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Old 05-08-2014   #1
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Default Draft Spreadsheet

Most years (couldn't do it last year), I put together a large spreadsheet to help me keep track of all the players during the draft. I pull the info from 6 public sites and basically rank the players by the average from those 6 sites. In the past, some other people have enjoyed having this, also.

If you want to get the spreadsheet (it is in Excel), there are three options:
  • A Really Basic Spreadsheet (just data)
  • A Spreadsheet Where You Can Set Weights. To change weights, go to the Weights tab at the bottom. It will let you change the relative weighting of the 6 draft websites (larger values mean more weight, smaller ones less weight).
  • A Spreadsheet With a Sort Button. You can set weights here, also. There is an extra column for actual pick. I use this one during the draft: enter the actual pick next to each person's name, and then just press the SORT button. It will sort by actual pick number, and the remaining ones will be sorted by Overall Average Rank. Note: the button is a macro, so this is a macro-enabled workbook. Some software will block macros (including possibly downloading the file).
  • And, for those who want to see the original setup, you can get the full spreadsheet here (without some of the features/formatting). I expect most people would want one of the others, though.

Enjoy!
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