I'd go for Adam Dunn in rounds 3-5 of a normal, 10 team 5x5 league. Love the power numbers and the runs scored...likely won't approach 20 steals again, and his BA could hurt.
I'll be looking for Felipe Lopez betw. rounds 6-10. Taking him earlier than the 8th round could be a gamble, as he's only been good one year, but it could be the start of many good years. He's a steal in round 10, imo.
I'd be more than happy to have JR between rounds 10-15. He bounced back nicely last year, plays in a hitter's park, and should be fully healed. Won't even advise you all of the injury risk.
I've always liked what Ryan Freel brings to the table in roto leagues. He'll steal a lot, score a lot, and give you a nice BA. Steals are a precious commodity these days. Plus, he has multi-positional eligibility, and will find his way into the lineup almost every night. A latter-round bargain.
Austin Kearns could be a late steal. If he isn't dealt, is fully healthy, and gets the regular PT it sure looks like he will get, this could be his breakout year.
Only starting pitcher that should even be considered at this point is Harang. If he is counted on to be anything more than your 5th/6th starter, your pitching is going to suffer. He could muster 12 wins, a 3.70 ERA, and a decent WHIP. Don't think he k's enough batters to be considered an asset in that category.
Todd Coffey will be a nice late-round gamble, as he has good stuff and is the probable favorite for saves in Cincy..however, it is my opinion that this is going to be a roto player's nightmare - a bullpen by committee.