Last updated: June 29
- If we have a player at 30 and ADP has him at 50, we assign a list rank value of 40 (30+50)/2
- If we have a player at 50, and ADP has him at 40, we assign a list rank value of 50
- We then sort all the list rank numbers and renumber.
The logic is to never take a player before where you like him. If ADP is way off our liking, the goal is to take the player as late as possible to maximize value.
The red (negative) or green (positive) numbers in parentheses beside the Overall and ADP columns indicate the player's change in rank versus the last version of the Draft List.
In our opinion this is the preferred drafting list (over the Top 300 list) because it properly balances worth with average draft position data.
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