The Re-Draft is a game where every player from the start of the 2012 season in College Football (Meaning every player that is currently on a roster at any level of NCAA football, AND the players that are eligible for this year’s NFL draft will be eligible to be drafted) is put into a "player pool." Teams are then put into a draft order that is completely random. Teams will go in a "snake style" draft picking players one at a time. This means that the team with the first pick in the first round (#1), will get the last pick in the second round (#16). The draft board will be constantly updated to reflect trades and the latest picks made.
Time limit for picks:
Round 1-10: 6 hours
Round 11-20: 4 hours
Your time starts immediately after the pick before your turn is made. If no pick is made in your allotted time, you will be skipped, and the following team will then be put on the clock. (You may make your selection upon returning).
Since this is a College Redraft, there will obviously be no salaries or salary cap involved.
You are allowed to make as many trades as you want, but they must be equal in numbers, meaning that trades must be: 1 for 1, 2 for 2, 3 for 3, etc.
Every trade must be sent from both sides to ElFuturoDeESPN or homestarunner93. They will either be approved by us or a Trade Committee.
Every team is required to create a team clubhouse that should be updated throughout the draft.
The Roster for the Re-Draft Will be:
The offensive lines will be drafted as a whole.
Ex: Bowling Green Offensive Line
Similar to drafting a defense/special teams in fantasy football.
3-5 Defensive Linemen
1 KR/PR (can be an offensive or defensive player as well)
*Even though you have many options on the offensive side of the ball please remember that this draft will only be 20 rounds and all positions must be filled.
*We will have an optional “free agency” period after the draft during which all teams can pick up 2 additional players. If you wish to add more than 2 players, you can drop a drafted player and pick up a new one.
*We will be lenient with schemes. We don’t want to limit you too much since college teams run a variety of schemes. We will not, however, allow 5 WR offenses because it is nearly impossible to match up on defense in this type of game.
*There are no excuses for missing your pick. You know the time limits. If your pick is close to coming up, send a list to the commissioners or another GM that you trust. This is much better than being skipped.
*Teams get 30 minutes to pick if a GM from the team is online when the pick comes up. If a GM has signed off within three picks of being up, they will also only have 30 minutes to pick before being skipped.
*The clock will run from 8 AM to 12 AM daily.