In recent years, search engines have already played the key roles among Web applications, and link analysis algorithms are the major methods to measure the important values of Web pages. These algorithms employ the conventional flat Web graph built by Web pages and link relations of Web pages to obtain the relative importance of Web objects. Previous researches have observed that PageRank-like link analysis algorithms have a bias against newly created Web pages. A new ranking algorithm called Page Quality was then proposed to solve this issue. Page Quality predicates future ranking values by the difference rate between the current ranking value and the previous ranking value. In this paper, we propose a new algorithm called DRank to diminish the bias of PageRank-like link analysis algorithms, and attain the better performance than Page Quality. In this algorithm, we model Web graph as a three-layer graph which includes Host Graph, Directory Graph and Page Graph by using the hierarchical structure of URLs and the structure of link relation of Web pages. We calculate the importance of Hosts, Directories and Pages by weighted graph we built and then the clustering distribution of PageRank values of pages within directories is observed. We can then predicate the more accurate values of page importance to diminish the bias of newly created pages by the clustering characteristic of PageRank. Experiment results show that DRank algorithm works well on predicating future ranking values of pages and outperform Page Quality.