> > > Man, you knew it was going to happen. I send JBird the links, then I
> > > think "Hey, this is probably easy to do" and I put together the
> > > spreadsheet.
> > > Basically, I've got the drafts from 1982-2002 and I've got a database
> > > of career statistics, so I've concatenated them (or am in the process
> > > of doing so). You can sort it by draft position or by a particular
> > > statistic, however you want.
> > > It's an Excel spreadsheet. What's the best way of sharing this with
> > > the newsgroup? I can either post the results, in text format, or I can
> > > put the spreadsheet on my website.
> > Either way works for me. One request: do you have height and weight of
> > players? A second wishful request: 40 times?
> I don't have either, I'm sorry to say. That would be really
> interesting, though, to see if there's a correlation between, say , 40
> time and being picked too high or too low or whatever.
Yep. And height with respect to linebackers taken too late.
Jefferson N. Glapski
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