There are probably three shortstops starting on major league clubs this year capable of hitting 20 or more home runs and driving in 80+ runs. You won't find power at this position but you will find speed. That translates into stolen bases and runs scored, two categories you need to focus on when drafting your shortstop.
You can win with J.J. Hardy in your lineup. He was the starting shortstop for The Bulls in 2011 but Carolyn Greene surrounded him with talent. Notice how the home run numbers for the last shortstops listed appear larger than those listed earlier. Now, take a step back from the screen and compare them with first basemen, or outfielders, or even third basemen. Who would you rather have in your utility spot or on your bench? If you target runs and stolen bases at this position (yes, even Jeter has enough value in those areas to start for one of our teams this year) your team will be more competitive than if you end up with one of the average home run hitters at the bottom of this list.