The USA Today has chosen Hanley Ramirez as their number one player in all of the fantasy draft world.
Legitimate hitters (.332, 29 home runs in 2007) who can steal 50 bases are so rare that it makes sense to jump on Ramirez early. He's our No. 1-ranked player and should be a five-category player, especially if he ends up hitting third for the Marlins.
If I were in a non-keeper league, I'm not sure I would follow their advice. Especially since it remains to be seen how Hanley has recovered from shoulder surgery. I think I would take A-Rod if I had the first pick in the draft.
In a keeper league, it is entirely a different story, at which point taking Hanley first, makes a lot of sense.
Disclaimer: taking fantasy baseball advice from me is a guaranteed way to finish last in your league.