What if your dynasty league drafts prospects separately from active players? And what if the scoring format is Head-to-Head points? Is there no mercy in the world?

Relax, friend, we have you covered. Just as we did for traditional 5x5 Rotisserie scoring, we got a group together to distribute prospects with only points leagues in mind. The hope is that it gives you a better sense of how such a draft might play out than a top 100 list would, being more responsive to format scarcities and preferences.

This is the format that most favors pitching, after all, and sure enough, Shane Baz was the fourth player off the board. George Kirby and Jack Leiter both climbed into Round 2, as did Roansy Contreras. Meanwhile, less heralded hurlers like Matthew Allan, Drey Jameson, Brandon Williamson and Davis Daniel all got some love late in the draft.

We didn't see people sell out as hard for speed either. Benny Montgomery was Mr. Irrelevant in this draft after only making it halfway through the 5x5 version. Meanwhile, prospects who stand out most for their plate discipline, like the Dodgers' Michael Busch and the Yankees' Austin Wells, have added appeal in this format.

Here's who all took part in this draft:

1) Chris Blessing, Baseball HQ (@C_Blessing)
2) Jesse Roche, Baseball Prospectus (@jaroche6)  
3) Matt Thompson, Prospects Live (@mdthompFWFB)
4) Geoff Pontes, Baseball America (@GeoffPontesBA)  
5) Scott White, CBS Sports (@CBSScottWhite)  
6) Rhys White, Prospects Live (@RhysBWhite)  
7) Jake Wiener, Prospects1500 (@GatorSosa)     
8) R.J. White, CBS Sports (@rjwhite1)  
9) Chris Towers, CBS Sports (@CTowersCBS)  
10) Corey Pieper, The Heater Podcast (@copieps)
11) Nick Mimikos, Stack Attack podcast (@NMimi)  
12) Frank Stampfl, CBS Sports (@Roto_Frank