Don't waste your time with custom spreadsheets. DraftKick lets you track your draft or auction right in your browser, and it updates with a single click.
Take control of your draft. Be confident of every pick.
It takes a lot of clicking to keep your spreadsheet up-to-date with the draft room. And some draft tools aren't much better. You don't want to resort to pen and paper mid-draft, and you don't want to default to picking by ADP.
DraftKick helps you keep up with the fastest drafts. Right-click to draft a player, and the tiers, rosters, and standings update instantly. Filter by position or search by player name to instantly find whatever obscure player your leaguemates draft.
DraftKick looks at up-to-date ADP to project every player's availability for your future picks.
Know when you can wait—and when you need to strike—to get your guys.
With DraftKick, it's easy to assign players to future picks.
Put in everyone's keepers before the draft starts and it all runs smoothly.
Does your league hold a salary cap draft? DraftKick can handle your auction just as easily as a regular draft.
Quickly and easily set the winning team and bid. Go back and update them anytime.
DraftKick comes preloaded with standard configurations from popular fantasy sites (ESPN, Yahoo, CBS, and more).
Get started with a single click if you play in one of those leagues.
DraftKick knows that the wisdom of the crowds is a better bet than any single projection.
We build an aggregate of the latest projections to give you a solid foundation.
Disagree with a projection? Edit any player to move them in the rankings. Or replace everything by copy/pasting projections from your favorite source.
Fine-tune positions and categories until they are inline with your league tendencies.
Sometimes you just need to compare positions. With DraftKick, you can effortlessly switch from an overall view to a tiered, positional view.
DraftKick's tiers show the pockets of value that let you maximize each draft pick.
Keep tabs on which positions you (and your opponents) still need to fill
Visualize the draft and be the first to spot positional runs
Get a glimpse into the future with projected standings
I'm Mays. I've been playing fantasy since I was in high school (over two decades ago).
My speciality has always been player valuation—converting player stats into rankings and salary values. VBD for fantasy football? Rotisserie z-scores? We go way back. In 2009, I started Last Player Picked, a site that generated fantasy values customized for your league.
These days, I'm building DraftKick and Projectile, a fantasy baseball site with in-season projection visualizations.