Here is our list of the Top 100 Keepers for 2006, based on a variety of factors. Longer-term outlook, plus immediate impact for the upcoming season is considered. If a player does have good retention value for at least one more season, he gets strong consideration here. Age, durability and the depth at each position are primary factors. Of course, depending on your league's format and your roster guidelines, some of your keeper decisions might deviate from this list. The rankings were updated on May 3, and include rookies, in case you are keeper drafting for the first time.
2dTom Carpenter and Greg Rosenstein