Hi all, I've got last pick, 48th, in our keeper league's prospect draft. We're picking players chosen in the 2003 NHL draft. I want to pick a forward, scoring system is 1 point for each goal, assist, pp goal, sh goal. I don't need the player I pick to play anytime soon, I can afford to sit and wait for him to develop. But I do want to pick a sure thing. And actual position doesn't really matter. I've narrowed the list of those available to these guys (in order of NHL pick#):<B> NHL#, Team, Player 34 DAL Vojtech Polak 40 MON Cory Urquhart 53 NYI Evgeny Tunik 60 VAN Marc-Andre Bernier 67 OTT Igor Mirnov 81 PHI Stefan Ruzicka 101 STL Konstantin Zakharov and a long shot 204 COL Linus Videll</B> Who should I take? Who has the best chances of actually making an impact in the NHL in the future? I was impressed by the training camp reports on Zakharov. However, going into the draft, he was not as highly rated as Polak, Mirnov and Tunik. And it seems that was also true just after the draft. Of these guys, from what I've read on this site & others, Polak may be the surest of the bunch, but Mirnov and Tunik went into the draft rated almost as high, by most accounts. The other guys listed are possible sleepers, with Ruzicka probably leading that group. So basically, who's the best pick: <B>Polak, Mirnov, Zakharov or Tunik?</B> (note: every forward picked after O'Sullivan at #56 is still available, except #93 NJ Ivan Khomutov. Are there any other chosen later that are an even better pick than the guys above?) I'm looking forward to your comments!