There’s a little bit of everything in this year’s fantasy rookie class: power guys like Vladimir Guerrero Jr., speed guys like Victor Robles and pitchers like Yusei Kikuchi.

Guerrero, the consensus No. 1 overall prospect in baseball, isn’t our top rookie this season because he injured his side and could start the season at Class AAA once he returns. Washington Nationals prospect Victor Robles, who is scheduled to start in center field on opening day, tops the chart according to

This year’s top 15 most impactful rookies:

1. Victor Robles, OF, Washington Nationals: Robles’ elbow injury last season merely delayed his ascension. In 59 MLB at-bats, Robles, 21, had a .288/.348/.525 slash line with three home runs and three stolen bases in 21 games last September. While that slugging percentage might be a bit high (.450 would be more like it), his average and on-base percentage should hold up. Throw in 20-25 stolen bases and Robles should excel.