Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
But what is your definition of perfection? A draft consisting of all Hall of Famers (which has never happened), a mix of Hall of Famers and pro-bowlers (which isn't exactly perfection, but which is also never happened to my knowledge) or what?
What exactly would constitute an A+ draft based on your system? That's just not clear to me.
A+ is not even part of the equation, I dont see it was valid. I dropped the total for a full A down to 90% to make it "easier" to get. I see no difference in grading a probowler and a HOF player. If we start making up lots of different numbers for these guys it becomes overly complex and harder to get a grade..plus we dont know who will be in the HOF.
What would get an A is getting enough points in the equation I created and edited on page 8. Now what is an A, is subjective to everybody and I'm not going to say what I think is an A, what the class is graded by constitutes if it gets one or not.
To your question to give an example, if you look on page 8 you will see how I get a grade of B to B+ for the draft. Had the Mays pick been graded as a solid B, it would bring the value to 27 which is B+/A- territory. You will see the chart on the page. Its really just working the numbers.