Adam Zampa Syd Thunder $32,000
The young leggie is starting to make an impression on the state scene, and possibly the Big Bash scene as well. He'll be behind Luke Doran in the Thunder's spin pecking order, but I get the feeling he'll be given a chance.
Jason Behrendorff Perth $34,000
The young left arm quick is probably just in the Perth Best XI, but he's never played a domestic T20 before. A safe bench option nonetheless.
Luke Feldman Syd 6s $36,000
A big strong cop from Queensland, he's a good pick-up for the magenta Sydney side due to their lack of pace options. Considering his current form, I think he's a safe bet.
Shaun Tait Adelaide $55,400
The lethal quick has gone off the radar a bit, but in terms of Fantasy Big Bash, he's a good option. He's relatively cheap and ready to storm back into international consideration.
Ben Dunk Hobart $36,000
Don't rule out the possibility of him and Tim Paine playing, even Paine is more likely to keep wicket. Dunk's been opening in every form of the game this year, and that's exactly where you want him.
Jason Floros Syd Thunder $36,000
Floros has played in bits and pieces for Queensland, Australia Under 19s and often fields for the Test side durnig Gabba matches. Considering the Thunder's weak bowling options, he'll definitely get an opportunity.
Alfonso Thomas Perth $53,700
When Albie Morkel pulled out, Perth fans were disappointed. But they have no reason to be glum any more as Thomas is a T20 specialist - he's capable of taking the new rock and smashing late order runs.
Joe Burns Brisbane $36,000
Who's Joe Burns? You ask. Normally a middle-order batsman, Burns has been opening and batting at number three in Queensland's one-day domestic matches. I predict he'll do the same for the Heat.
Scott Henry Melb Stars $32,000
Henry is a talented, skilled and young opener from NSW who was signed by the Stars at the last minute. He's got the shots, but his biggest challenge will be getting into Melbourne's best XI.
Kurtis Patterson Sydney 6 $35,000
Last season, Patterson hit a century on first-class debut. 157 in fact. He hasn't played since, and it is a very strong batting line-up at the 6s.
Michael Lumb Sydney 6 $36,000
Some are calling Lumb the 'booby trap'. He was terrific in the Champions League, but this season he's got international duties on the 20th and 22nd of Dec, meaning he'll miss the middle of the season. But by God he's cheap.
Evan Gulbis Hobart $36,000
I wouldn't have even considered Gulbis before his heroics against WA - an unbeaten fifty and four wickets. That's right, he's batsman that bowls. Gold in fantasy circles.
Nathan Reardon Adelaide $36,000
Reardon hits the biggest sixes in Australia. That's fact. His form for Queensland has been solid, and he'll be given first crack for the Strikers.