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DraftTek Draft Simulator

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Wimbo, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. Wimbo

    Wimbo Active Member

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    Has anyone tried this yet? Pretty cool, once you get the hang of it. You can set the draft order any way you like (thus change it for trades), and you can set up the likely draft preferences by position. You can also specify lockout players and 'definitely grab' players by team (for example, set it up so the Cowboys will under no circumstance take Janoris Jenkins, and specify that Indy will definitely take Luck).

    I set up a scenario where we traded #14 to Cleveland for their 1, 3, and 5. I left their assumptions in place for all the other teams, but changed around the position weighting for the Cowboys. Here is the results of the simulator:

    1) (22) Mark Barron, SS Alabama
    2) (45) Jared Crick, DE Nebraska
    3) (67) Coryell Judie, CB Texas A&M
    3) (81) Brandon Washington, C Miami
    4) (113) Jake Bequette, OLB Arkansas
    4) (135) B.J. Coleman, QB Chattanooga
    5) (139) Chase Minnefield, CB Virginia
    5) (152) Marquis Maze, WR Alabama
    6) (186) Deangelo Peterson, TE LSU
    7) (222) Chris Owusu, WR Stanford

    Kinda fun to play around with. Here is the link: http://drafttek.com/new simulator/
     

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