Maybe they do, maybe they don't. BB doesn't reveal a lot about what their processes are if you know anything about him. They also keep coaches around for long stints (like 10 years minimum) and that is the model I was speaking to in rebuttal to your argument that it is stupid to involve a position coach in a draft decision when he'll be gone in 4 years and won't be around by the time they develop. You seem to have this big issue with Dooley and that started you down a path. But this method of evaluation of draft prospects has nothing to do with the qualifications of Dooley. That is what "For example" means. You did read the article???