Originally Posted by D-ReK
It would probably work best if we go about this as we have in the past. This
is the forum mock from before the 2006 draft. One thread is devoted to nothing but the selections. In the post where the selection is made, an explanation of the pick will be present (why this guy was picked, how he fits the system, the role he'll play the following season, etc). After a pick is made, the title of the thread is updated by a mod/admin to reflect who's "on the clock".
Meanwhile a secondary "discussion thread" is made where observers can leave their comments regarding the draft (love the pick, hate the pick, etc). If we follow these procedures, this forum mock will serve it's purpose -- enlightening the board of the needs and draft habits of teams that we don't hear about on a daily basis and elevating the general knowledge of the players available for this draft.
Excellent! I realize some are opposed to any discussion prior to certain events such as combine but part of the fun for me is to compare guys based on info from so called experts and also from the guys on this MB. It is all, even the actual games, entertainment for me. I still have what if? moments such as what if I had invented the internet rather than a former VP?