Spoiler: Here's a link to the final draft standings of the 2020-21 season.

Jay has made a table on all of the top prospects that are available - and those that have been drafted.

And here are 3 links for top 100-150 players:

three-man-weave

hoopchain

dukedevilz

Who's ready for another draft? Let's see who can project the best possible teams.

I'm hoping to get at least 10 posters. Last year, we had 12, which was great. Just let me know. Hoping to start drafting next week. So, we draft 10 rounds of players. You'll have roughly 6-8 weeks to lock in on an 8-man rotation. The scoring will be a combination of win shares + postseason accolades. Please let me know if you think any part of the scoring system needs to be reexamined.

Here is the point system for postseason awards:

10 points- National Player of the Year (AP for All-American Teams)

9 points- 1st Team All-American

8 points- 2nd Team All-American

7 points- 3rd Team All-American; NABC Defensive POY

6 points- Honorable Mention All-American; Final Four MOP

5 points- Conference Player of the Year; All Tournament Team

4 points- 1st Team All-Conference; Conference Defensive POY; NCAA Regional MOP

3 points- 2nd Team All-Conference; All Regional Team

2 points- 3rd Team All-Conference; All-Conference Defense; Conference Tournament MOP

1 point- Honorable Mention All-Conference; All Tournament Team

Players that aren't in a Power-6 Conference will have a lower point total for conference awards:

3 points- Conference POY

2 points- 1st Team All-Conference

1 point- 2nd Team All-Conference

However, I believe if a conference has 4 teams in the KenPom top 50, they should be granted the full amount of points. If they have 4 teams in the top 100, I'll only deduct 1 point (i.e. 4 points for CPOY, 3 points for 1st Team All-Conference). I believe the Atlantic 10 could be very, very good this season. I don't believe they should start with a -2 for every player. Also, be aware the Pac-12 and SEC don't delineate all-conference awards in a typical 5 players for each team format. Pac-12 has 10 on the first team; SEC has 8. With the scoring system, we will make a clear distinction of who is awarded with 1st Team Points and 2nd Team Points.

@boilerzz @GE Nole @hailtoyourvictor @imajericho @jace4655555 @WeAreDePaul

Jay has made a table on all of the top prospects that are available - and those that have been drafted.

And here are 3 links for top 100-150 players:

three-man-weave

hoopchain

dukedevilz

Who's ready for another draft? Let's see who can project the best possible teams.

I'm hoping to get at least 10 posters. Last year, we had 12, which was great. Just let me know. Hoping to start drafting next week. So, we draft 10 rounds of players. You'll have roughly 6-8 weeks to lock in on an 8-man rotation. The scoring will be a combination of win shares + postseason accolades. Please let me know if you think any part of the scoring system needs to be reexamined.

Here is the point system for postseason awards:

10 points- National Player of the Year (AP for All-American Teams)

9 points- 1st Team All-American

8 points- 2nd Team All-American

7 points- 3rd Team All-American; NABC Defensive POY

6 points- Honorable Mention All-American; Final Four MOP

5 points- Conference Player of the Year; All Tournament Team

4 points- 1st Team All-Conference; Conference Defensive POY; NCAA Regional MOP

3 points- 2nd Team All-Conference; All Regional Team

2 points- 3rd Team All-Conference; All-Conference Defense; Conference Tournament MOP

1 point- Honorable Mention All-Conference; All Tournament Team

Players that aren't in a Power-6 Conference will have a lower point total for conference awards:

3 points- Conference POY

2 points- 1st Team All-Conference

1 point- 2nd Team All-Conference

However, I believe if a conference has 4 teams in the KenPom top 50, they should be granted the full amount of points. If they have 4 teams in the top 100, I'll only deduct 1 point (i.e. 4 points for CPOY, 3 points for 1st Team All-Conference). I believe the Atlantic 10 could be very, very good this season. I don't believe they should start with a -2 for every player. Also, be aware the Pac-12 and SEC don't delineate all-conference awards in a typical 5 players for each team format. Pac-12 has 10 on the first team; SEC has 8. With the scoring system, we will make a clear distinction of who is awarded with 1st Team Points and 2nd Team Points.

@boilerzz @GE Nole @hailtoyourvictor @imajericho @jace4655555 @WeAreDePaul

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