honestly, im going RB heavy. at spot 5 in an 8 man, you can still get pretty good return on an RB with your second pick since its basically pick 2.01 compaired to a regular 12 man league. you can get 2 top end RBs (which you will need every positional advantage in the smaller leagues cause everyones team is good) and then using the insane depth of WR left over to build around my RB core. there are insane values at WR later on, but the positional advantage of RBs becomes even more real because of all the teams being good. its also one of the few times i look at the top end TEs, because you really need that extra edge to put you over the top. so i might go something like, barkley for his potential, and then hope gordon falls to me. if not im looking at trying to get another RB thats top end if there are any left like a hunt or fournette. if not, i might go WR there and bank on grabbing a few rookie RBs (which i know, barkley and something like penny andd guice is really relying on rookies too much) and use their unknown status of what they will be to build my RBs with. someone is going to miss, but if you grab enough of them you should hit pretty good. thats the real problem with 8 man leagues, there are so many route to go. i could talk about the possible players at each round for hours with an 8 man haha.