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03-05-2013, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Bluenote13 View Post
It's certainly fair to question the GM and scouts when they consistently prove they cannot draft a top line player. Always opting to take the Millers and Mcilrath's who at the time of draft and now don't project to be top minute top line talents, yet teams drafting after us take the BPA and that player has top line potential.

Not like we're talking 4 rounds later Detroit takes a blue chip Euro, I'm talking the next dozen picks after ours.
Best Player/Pick Available (BPA) is a highly subjective term/concept.

Is the BPA the player with the highest potential/ceiling or the player most likely to reach his projected potential/ceiling? It's not so black and white but rather open to interpretation.

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