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  • 2010 NFL Mock draft Creator Spreadsheet..

    Here is my 2010 Mock Draft Creator Spreadsheet. Some of you may remember the sheet from previous years. (I’ve created these sheets each of the last 4 or 5 years). As a refresher here are some of the features of the spreadsheet.


    Features:

    Over 1500 players (Name, Position, Height, Weight, College) ranked by averaging various player rankings on the net.

    Ability to view by specific player position.

    Team statistical rankings from this past year (Passing, running, against the pass, against the run)

    List of players who will be attending the NFL combine and combine results. (The players are listed but their numbers will obviously not be filled in until after the combine.)

    Draft Point Value Chart (For estimating value of specific draft positions for trades.)

    Easy to use, just put the number where you think a player will be picked next to his name on the Player Data page and it fills in his position on your mock draft page. The final draft position list won’t be until coin flips are held to determine some ties in draft order (usually takes place at the combine) and after compensatory picks are awarded (late March if I recall)

    Ability to filter the mock draft page to only include the picks for the team you cheer for.

    Good luck in the draft!

    Here is the link to download the spreadsheet:

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/2axubt

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  • Beerfish
    2010 NFL Mock draft Creator Spreadsheet (Final Version)
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    by Beerfish
    Here is the final version of my 2010 NFL Mock Draft Creator spreadsheet. It now includes all the compensatory picks and results from the scouting combine. As a refresher I’ve listed the features of the spreadsheet below.


    Features:

    Over 1500 players (Name, Position, Height, Weight, College) ranked by averaging various player rankings on the net.

    Ability to view by specific player position.

    Team statistical rankings from this past year (Passing, running, against the pass, against the run)

    List of players who will be attending the NFL combine and combine results.

    Draft Point Value Chart (For estimating value of specific draft positions for trades.)

    Easy to use, just put the number where you think a player will be picked next to his name on the Player Data page and it fills in his position on your mock draft page.

    Ability to filter the mock draft page to only include the picks for the team you cheer for.

    Good luck in the draft!

    Here is the web link to download the spreadsheet:

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/7js58v

    (Scroll down the page to the link titled “2010 NFL Mock Draft Creator_Final Version.)
    -03-23-2010, 08:41 AM
  • Beerfish
    2009 NFL mock draft creator spreadsheet...
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    by Beerfish
    Beerfish's 2009 NFL Mock Draft Creator Spreadsheet is once again available this year. I've created one of these each of about the past three years near draft time. Some posters on this site will remember it from previous years.

    Features:

    - List of over 350 draft eligible players ranked by an average of surveys from various draft lists and mocks on the web.

    - Searchable by position.

    - Team offensive and defensive statistical rankings from the previous year. (Helps you know in which area a team might be weak.)

    - Results of the NFL combine.

    - Full draft position listing. (Any trades from here on in of course and the sheet will have to be updated. Also compensatory picks have not been announced yet. When
    they do announce the compensatory picks the spreadsheet will be updated.)

    - Easy to use, just type a number beside the player name and it fills out the mock draft sheet for you. You can filter the mock draft sheet to show only your team and thus do a mock for just your team if you desire.

    I'm just an NFL fan (of the NY Jets....don't hold that against me.) who creates this thing each year so there is no charge or anything. Quite a few people from various fan forums have found this useful so each year I make a post offering it up to anyone who may want it. In the past I have emailed the spreadsheet to people but that became a bit too labor intensive due to the number of people requesting it so this year I’ve put it up on a free file sharing site where it is available for download. Here is the link:

    4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download 2009NFLMockDraftCreator.xls

    Hopefully the moderators won't disapprove of me posting this, if so they can feel free to pm me if this post is not appropriate.

    Good drafting!
    -03-02-2009, 02:45 PM
  • Beerfish
    2012 NFL Mock draft creator spreadsheet
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    by Beerfish
    Here is the 2012 version of my NFL mock draft creator spreadsheet. Some of you may remember it from previous years. It essentially has the same features as previous spreadsheets. Some of the features of the sheet are as follows.

    Over 325 draft eligible players listed, ranked via an average of online rankings.
    Team statistical rankings page.
    NFL Combine results.
    Easy to use to research/follow the draft and to make your own mock drafts for all teams or just the team you follow.

    You can navigate by using the main page buttons which are macro driven or if you wish to not use macros you can navigate manually via the worksheet tabs at the bottom of the page.

    The spreadsheet link to google docs is below. Once you click the link to the document go to “File”….”Download” to download the sheet. Happy drafting!

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B-P...ZGs0YjZOSTVlUQ
    -03-27-2012, 10:22 AM
  • 1st & Goal
    Draft database
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    by 1st & Goal
    A very good listing of mock drats can be fount at hailreadskins.com. Many have projects several round. Others just the first round. Allows you to see what others are thinging, without having to jump all over the place.
    -04-09-2008, 03:58 PM
  • txramsfan
    Are you a mock draft tool?
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    by txramsfan
    http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com...771&Category=1


    So there you are, a pathetic gridiron junkie so desperate for a football fix that you’re poring over mock drafts in preparation for the real deal next weekend.

    Well, here’s some advice: Don’t waste your f’in time.

    Pick up a new hobby. Read a book. Play with your kids. Make some Canadian bacon. Roll up a massive ball of belly-button lint.

    Any and all these pursuits are more fulfilling, valuable and useful than the mock draft.

    As we chronicled last year, mock drafts are woefully inaccurate. This year’s mock drafts will be no exception. The mock drafts you are reading WILL BE WRONG!!! You have our guarantee.

    So, if you know what you’re reading is destined to be wrong, why bother reading it? It’s one of those mysteries, like why they still teach Marxism in college, that we just don’t understand. If something doesn’t work, it’s doesn’t pay to spend any time on it.

    We will have plenty on the draft over the next two weeks, highlighted by what you can expect based upon historical standards, a look at all-time best and worst drafts and picks, and a post-draft round-up.

    But you will never, ever, ever in the history of Cold, Hard Football Facts.com find a mock draft – and for good reason.

    You will not find a mock draft here because the Cold, Hard Football Facts deal only in reality and useful information. We do not deal in speculation. And, ultimately, that’s all a mock draft is: rampant speculation.

    Even worse – it’s rampant speculation that’s destined to be wildly inaccurate.

    Don’t believe us? Here’s how six noted experts – three writers and three draft specialists – fared last year predicting just the first round of the 2005 draft. The best guessed accurately on just 13 of 32 players. That’s the best. And when it came to picking the position that teams would look to fill with their first draft pick, none of the experts we looked at were right even half the time. Not one. They didn’t even need the player’s name. Just the position the team would look to fill. That’s all we asked for. But even with these low standards, the “pundits” failed more often than they succeeded. While .437 makes for a tremendous
    batting average, it makes for a lousy gauge of the draft.

    2005 mock draft success
    "Pundit" Correct Players Correct Positions
    Scouts Inc. 13 of 32 (40.6%) 15 of 32 (46.9%)
    Pete Prisco 10 of 32 (31.2%) 14 of 32 (43.7%)
    Jay Glazer 9 of 32 (31.2%) 14 of 32 (43.7%)
    Mel Kiper 8 of 32 (25%) 14 of 32 (43.7%)
    OurLads.com 8 of 32 (25%) 14 of 32 (43.7%)
    Ron Borges 4 of 32 (12.5%) 13 of 32 (40.6%)


    (Is anyone surprised that Ron Borges of the Boston Globe finished dead last? Further proof that the Broadsheet...
    -04-19-2006, 09:44 AM
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