As you fill your NBA Fantasy Roster, these are the players who you should take throughout the draft.If you haven't drafted your fantasy team yet then luckily for you there is still time to monitor the preseason action and adjust your rankings accordingly. Here are 10 players to target on draft day, in the order they should be coming off your draft board. - Derrick Rose - After 525 days since tearing his ACL Rose played in the Chicago Bulls' first pre-season game on October 5. This time off has given Rose ample time to recover. He is looking fit and strong with minimal signs of knee soreness. A first round pick before his injury, if Rose is still available in the second round of your draft snap him up so you can enjoy the 20+ points, 7 assists, 4 rebounds and solid shooting percentages. Anthony Davis - In his rookie season Davis averaged 13 points, 8 rebounds, 1.8 blocks and 1.2 steals per game. His play was over shadowed by an incredible Damian Lillard though. Davis has reportedly put on 10-15 pounds and should spend more time at center with Robin Lopez now at the Portland Trailblazers. Davis has an incredibly high fantasy ceiling, one that will make him the best fantasy big man in the league sooner rather than later. Eric Bledsoe - The Phoenix Suns pulled off a clever trade that landed the talented 6'1 guard for Jared Dudley. He will play next to Goran Dragic and with new Suns coach Jeff Hornacek's up tempo offence. Bledsoe can contribute in every statistical category and will be amongst the league leaders in steals. Given 30 minutes per game he will provide a fantasy steal for owners. Jeff Green - After the All-star break last season Green averaged 17 points, 5 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.1 blocks and 1.2 three's with 49 FG% and 88 FT%. These incredible numbers would have helped many owners who picked him up at the right time to go on to win their fantasy leagues. Green is the main man for the Boston Celtics so make sure you grab him around the fifth round of your draft. Jonas Valanciunas - Valanciunas had a solid rookie season with the Toronto Raptors. JV really showed his potential post All-Star weekend averaging 11 points on 58 FG% and 82 FT%, 7 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 27 minutes. He dominated the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas averaging 18 points with 10 rebounds and was subsequently named MVP. With Ed Davis (Memphis Grizzlies) and Andrea Bargnani (New York Knicks) completely out of the way, Toronto (and fantasy owners) will be looking for Jonas to have a huge season. Derrick Favors/Enes Kanter - Utah let Al Jefferson (Charlotte Bobcats) and Paul Millsap (Atlanta Hawks) walk during free agency showing faith and confidence in their two young talented big men. As a starter last season Favors averaged 10 points, 10 rebounds and 2.3 blocks in 27 minutes. Kanter made the most of a 7 games stretch in March averaging 15 points and 8 rebounds. Both players will be given as many minutes as they can handle and should provide plenty of value in the middle rounds of drafts. JaVale McGee - Before last season McGee signed a 4 year $44 million contract with the Denver Nuggets. He struggled for playing time under coach George Karl averaging just 18 minutes off the bench behind Kosta Koufos. With Karl and Koufos no longer with the Nuggets, McGee will start at center with only Timofey Mozgov and J.J. Hickson to challenge him. If you need boards and blocks in the latter rounds, draft McGee and hope he has a career season. Jimmy Butler - Butler had a breakout playoff series last season averaging 13 points, 5 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.3 three's in a whopping 40 minutes per game. While he won't be able to play 40 minutes per night during the season, with only Kirk Hinrich and Mike Dunleavy backing him up at SG, Butler looks to easily have 30+ minutes a night at that position. Look for him to contribute across all categories, but especially threes and steals, and provide massive value in rounds 8-10. Markieff Morris - As part of their rebuilding the Suns traded Luis Scola which will open up opportunities for the Morris twins, Markieff and Marcus. Markieff looks to be the more developed and fantasy relevant at this stage of their career's. During April Markieff averaged 11.8 points, 7 rebounds, 1.5 blocks, 1.4 steals and 1.6 threes. This included a game against Houston in which he had 20 points, 7 rebounds, 6 blocks and 5 steals! Any player who can averaged a block, steal and triple per game will benefit any fantasy roster. Keep Morris in mind come draft day, just make sure you pick the right one. - Have a question about NBA Fantasy? Post your questions and comments below or in our NBA Fantasy Thread within our NBA Forums.