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02-23-2012, 03:33 PM
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I'm not a stats guy, but here's my actual contribution:

Would something based around adding up the range of picks between the two drafting points be somehow valuable in terms of comparing the value of picks from the 1st round vs. the 10th round? Not the number of spots moved, but the numerical value of the spots in between the two picks, if that makes any sense. So the value would obviously much smaller in the first round than in the 10th round. Then somehow relate that value to the number of picks moved.

And then divide stuff and use percentages or something. Idunno, I don't math.

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