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Is Coleman worth a look in the supplemental draft?

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@Rotoworld_DraftBrugler: Rutgers WR Coleman an elite talent dlvr.it/3d7JbB

Some say first round talent. Is he worth a pick?

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Double post sorry

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I dont think he is eligible and by all accounts I have read he is playing next year and planning to enter the 2014 draft.  The six players that appear to be eligible are:

 

DE James Boyd, UNLV

DT Nate Holloway, UNLV

DE Toby Jackson, Central Florida

WR DeWayne Peace, Houston

WR O.J. Ross, Purdue

DB Damond Smith, South Alabama

 

If he were/is eligible then he might be worth a look. Sounds very interesting as he could be a gem.

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what are the usual picks you give up next year for a supplemental draft pick?

 

Didn't the Browns have to give up like a 3rd for Joe Haden?

 

None of those guys intrigue me.

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The supplemental draft uses the lottery style draft.  You bid a pick on a player and who ever bids highest wins.  What ever pick you bid you lose come next draft.  Say we bid a second rounder on a player and win, now we have no 2nd round pick in the upcoming draft.  

 

 

I say no to this.  For the first time in a long time we have our full compliment of draft picks and this seems to be a pretty good draft for WR coming up.  Lets just play this out.

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what are the usual picks you give up next year for a supplemental draft pick?

Didn't the Browns have to give up like a 3rd for Joe Haden?

None of those guys intrigue me.


Browns took a second in the supplimental on Josh Gordon. Worked well for them.

I agree though you shouldn't give up picks unless you think there is somebody that can make an immidiate impact.

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what are the usual picks you give up next year for a supplemental draft pick?

 

Didn't the Browns have to give up like a 3rd for Joe Haden?

 

None of those guys intrigue me.

 

 

Haden was a top ten pick in his draft. They did give a 2nd rounder last year in the supplemental draft for Josh Gordon, who actually played pretty well for them last year. 

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The supplemental draft uses the lottery style draft.  You bid a pick on a player and who ever bids highest wins.  What ever pick you bid you lose come next draft.  Say we bid a second rounder on a player and win, now we have no 2nd round pick in the upcoming draft.  

 

 

I say no to this.  For the first time in a long time we have our full compliment of draft picks and this seems to be a pretty good draft for WR coming up.  Lets just play this out.

 

 

 

yea I would only do this if I felt like WR was the ONLY piece we absolutely needed to guarantee a superbowl run

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Haden was a top ten pick in his draft. They did give a 2nd rounder last year in the supplemental draft for Josh Gordon, who actually played pretty well for them last year. 

 

yep got the two switched. How do they decide what you give up for a pick though?
 

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yep got the two switched. How do they decide what you give up for a pick though?
 

 

 

someone mentioned in a post above but it's a bidding system. The highest bidder is awarded the player, but loses that pick in the following draft. So if we bid a third rounder, but the 49ers bid a second rounder and no one else places a bid- the 9ers will be awarded the player but lose their 2014 second rounder. 

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yep got the two switched. How do they decide what you give up for a pick though?



Team places a pick (any round they choose) on said player. Then the highest pick wins. If two teams place the same bid the player goes to the one with the worst record.
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i don't wanna take a chance on that.

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