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Does Extra Year of NCAA Eligibility Make 2022 Draft Picks More Valuable?


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Been thinking about this for some time.. 

With players being able to get an year in College, does that make NEXT years draft contain more quality players? 

Obviously there are clear cut guys in the 1st and 2nd rounds but from 3rd round on, would those players typically be of higher value than what we would see this year? Thinking specifically of linemen, they get an extra year to get bigger and stronger. There would be less projections from teams perspectives. 

If so, then would it make sense making deals this year to secure more picks next year?

What do you college guru's think?

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It is complicated to determine the value of a player. As was said above, sometimes the round doesn't matter at all. The main thing is the skill of the player. Often, young people have less success than those who are older because they only have less experience.

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14 minutes ago, fairy12345 said:

It is complicated to determine the value of a player. As was said above, sometimes the round doesn't matter at all. The main thing is the skill of the player. Often, young people have less success than those who are older because they only have less experience.

YES!! Often people are mistaken in this. It seems to them that the younger, the stronger. But this is not true. It is the experience and the ability to assess the important situation and not the strength. And it takes years to do this.
Some people make mistakes when they place bets because of this, especially in basketball. Therefore, it is important to know what you are doing. Some people watch NBA Computer Picks to avoid this, but you still need to be very careful.
We will see what happens next.

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