Originally Posted by thunderkyss
That's what grading the draft is about. The state of your team, the assets you have, how you managed your resources, & based on what we know at the time, did you improve your team?
Some organizations do a good job improving their team between February & September, some organizations don't. There's got to be a way to quantify that.
you're right, draft grades, like most other grades in life, should be based on some quantifiable, measurable, numeric metric. As you hinted at, when they actually figure out how to quantify
the level of improvement then they'd be useful.
Right now Draft grades remind me too much of the results of beauty contests; much too subjective and entirely dependent upon what "the judges" were expecting
unfortunately, all we've got that really counts are wins and losses and those may or may not be significantly influenced by your draft.