Originally posted by gentry200meters:
Originally posted by buck:
There is another metric, the Wide Receiver Production Grade (WRPG), that calculates the accumulated career receiving yards and accumulated career touchdowns as percentages of the team's total receiving yards and total touchdowns during the prospect's playing career.
The WRPG is not easy to compile, so I am going to wait until after the upcoming season has finished before I do the work.
When I have it finished, sometime after the national championship game, I will post it.
I'm almost finished having it compiled for the 2012 season. I have it listed in the last column as PR (Production Ratio) though.
Good information. Thanks.
But, I think that you should redo your heights.
For example, you have Jeff Janis listed at 6.13. That would mean that he is 7 feet 1 inch.
A player who is 6 feet 10 inches would be listed as 6.10.
If Janis is 6 feet 1 inches and a fraction his height should be 6.01 plus the fraction. I imagine that 3 in your listing represents 3/8 or 0.375
If that is the case, Janis's height should be 6.01375.
Right now I have Janis listed at 6.02. After the combine I will adjust all my heights to include the fractions.
Another point to consider is the number for Mass.
The formula used to determine mass is weight divided by height.
The potential problem is in the world outside of football
the standard for mass is Body Mass Index (BMI)
BMI = weight in pounds x 703/ (height in inches x height in inches)
Or weight in pounds x 703/height in inches squared.
I have both numbers listed on my tables.
But, in the long run, I am willing to go with weight/height because it does not seem to impact any other calculations.
[ Edited by buck on Jun 15, 2013 at 1:04 PM ]