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GM Jr Draft Book

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Duane, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. Duane

    Duane Well-Known Member

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    I got my GM Jr. draft book today in the mail. I'm just thumbing through it and here are my first impressions:

    It's 300+ pages of player evaluations. Pretty good because I always love getting info on the second day guys and undrafted rookie free agents.

    There's a draft pick valuation listing; i.e. 1.1 is 3000pts and 7.32 is 3. It's been posted before but it's nice to have in hard copy.

    The 2005 draft value board is cool. I recently did something like this for the mock draft and really like the format.

    All players are ranked in four main categories - Athletic Ability, Competitiveness, Mental Alertness and Strength/Explosion. Each position then has a sub group where players are ranked based on different criteria. So you can get further distinction between players of the same position.

    So overall it's promising. I'm looking forward to reading it more in depth this week.

    www.gmjr.com
     

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