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    Default Best/Worst Draft Picks-A post season review

    Gold did this in the middle of the year. Thought it'd be cool to do another.

    Rd 1

    Best: Jordan Burroughs-Gobigred

    Worst: Kirk Smith-Thaxton Honorable mention goes to Darrion Caldwell and ACCboy

    Rd 2-6 national champs chosen!

    Best: I'm calling a tie between all the undefeated National champs:

    Jon Reader-Rd149. Jordan Oliver-Kennesaw State. Kellen Russell-Thaxton.

    Worst-Chris Perry-Herkey

    RD 3

    Best: Anthony Robles-Thaxton

    Worst: Logan Stieber-Rd149-2

    Rd 4

    Best: Clayton Foster-Vaisforlovers

    Worst: Germaine Lindsey-KR1963

    Rd 5


    Best: Boris Novachkov-Herkey #1.

    Worst: Filip Novachkov-Rd149-2

    Rd 6

    Best: Tyler Caldwell-Kennesaw State

    Worst: JARION BEETS!!!-RD149-2

    RD 7

    Best: Steve Bosak-Gobigred

    Worst: Cashe Quiroga-Tigerfan Honorable mention Nate Moore-Herkey

    Rd 8

    Best: Ed Ruth-Vaisforlovers

    Worst: Jake Deitchler-Buckvader. Honorable Mention Brandon Rader-UGLY

    Rd 9

    Best: Grant Gambrall-Kennesaw State

    Worst: Jake Kerr-Herkey #1

    Rd 10

    Best: Josh Asper-Buckvader

    Worst: Dylan Carew-Tigerfan

    Rd 11

    Best: Devin Carter-Gold

    Worst: Alex Meade: Herkey#1

    Rd 12

    Best: Ben Kjar-Ugly

    Worst: Lee Munster-Buckvader

    Rd 13

    Best: Andrew Nadhir-Kennesaw State

    Worst: Sam Sherlock-KR1963

    Rd 14

    Best: Ganbayar Sanjaa-Gold Hon. Mention Montell Marion-Herkey

    Worst: Alec Ortiz-Buckvader

    Rd 15:

    Best: Ricky Alcala-Thaxton

    Worst: Ben Ashmore-Ugly

    Most Best:

    Kennesaw State:4
    Thaxton:3
    Gobigred:2
    Vaisforlovers:2
    Gold:2
    RD149: 1
    Herkey: 1
    Buckvader:1

    Most Worst:

    Buckvader:3
    RD149-2: 3
    Herkey: 3
    KR: 2
    Tiger: 2
    Thaxton:1
    Ugly:1
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    Default Re: Best/Worst Draft Picks-A post season review

    Now do ADD/DROPs. Andrew Long has to be one of the best....

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    Not as good as Robert Hamlin-Gold.
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    Default Re: Best/Worst Draft Picks-A post season review

    Yea that's the only undrafted Finalist. Guess you would have to break down to Best 1st Add/drop, best 2nd add/drop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    Yea that's the only undrafted Finalist. Guess you would have to break down to Best 1st Add/drop, best 2nd add/drop...
    Since you are creating the parameters so you can be included, why don't you just do it? lol.
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    Default Re: Best/Worst Draft Picks-A post season review

    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Since you are creating the parameters so you can be included, why don't you just do it? lol.
    You started it so it has become your job...!

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    Although he had a disappointing National tourney, Alan Waters was 38-7 for the year. Not too bad for a 15th round pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerfan View Post
    Although he had a disappointing National tourney, Alan Waters was 38-7 for the year. Not too bad for a 15th round pick.
    Without question he was the best 15th round pick up til NCAAs when Alcala pulled a great tourney somewhat out of nowhere and got 5th.
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    Default Re: Best/Worst Draft Picks-A post season review

    Glad you did this. I've barely had internet access for the last several days, so I've been out of touch. Recapping my own draft a little:

    1st Round: Kilgore was a good pick. Obviously Burroughs was the best pick now, but at the time it was unclear how he would rebound from a torn ACL, and it would have been a huge risk at #3 (see Darrion Caldwell). I went out on a limb for Kilgore, taking him over "Big 3" guys like Lewnes and McDonough, and he proved me right!

    2nd Round: I really can't complain about taking Taylor at the end of the second round. Maybe I could have waited 5 more picks until my 3rd round pick to take him, but I don't regret it. Yes, there are other guys who won titles that I could have taken, but Taylor spent the entire season making me look brilliant... and then came the finals. There's no one I would change my pick to.

    3rd Round: Honeycutt was undefeated going into the NCAA finals. Another very solid pick. Obviously he didn't finish the NCAA tourney the way I would have liked him to, but still an All-American and a very consistent season.

    4th Round: Covington was another high-risk pick I made that ended up being a good one. I think he was ranked like #12 at 174 at the time, so I could have waited longer. At the time, though, I was incredibly high on him and assumed everyone else was, too. It worked out alright.

    5th Round: Cameron Wade didn't meet my expectations, but he exceeded pretty much everyone else's expectations. He didn't have a bad season. The 5th round was full of flops. Boris, Amuchastegui and Bennett are the only AA's in the bunch.

    6th Round: Miller... did absolutely nothing for me all year. I'm glad I had him though. I've been a big fan for a while, and he deserved to end his career on a fantasy roster.

    7th Round: Mario Mason. Not a bad pick here, nothing spectacular either. About par for the round.

    8th Round: Chris Drouin. Bad pick. I thought he would put together a strong senior season, and I was wrong.

    9th Round: Rollie Peterkin. Good pick. Made the round of 12, had a good season. Faded late, but I can't complain here.

    10th Round: Jarrod Patterson. All-American, very good season, good pick.

    11th Round: Devin Carter. Good pick. Real tough draw at NCAA's. With a better draw, could have been a low AA.

    12th Round: This was the point in the draft when I felt like no one was a good pick anymore, and it was all dark horses. Zeerip didn't even make my opening day roster. Bad pick, but at this point in the draft, bad picks are perhaps more common than good picks.

    They are kicking me out of the coffee shop, so I can't finish this. Sanjaa = great pick. Von Ohlen = good pick. Leblanc = bleh, didn't pan out but he was a sleeper.


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