Might be nit picky, but I am doing my best to be this redrafts homestar when it comes to that
Some D's have a "special" position, like SDSU, WVU, TAMU, etc. so when it translates over do we essentially get to decide what their position is?
Like Von Miller was a "joker" and played as a lineman and backer, so could I have him as either?
Also will there be conferences or simply all teams in one pool and top 986 make a playoff.
Finally since it is crazy college **** and stuff like that, when we make our depth charts can a player only be at one positition (obv only start at one) or can my #1 WR also be my #3 RB and so on and so forth?
You still have to follow the position requirements above. We don't want to be picky about how you mold your team, but it needs to be realistic. If you're going to list someone as a "joker" or whatever, make it known how you are classifying that player under traditional terms. By the way, the joker position TAMU runs is just like using a 3-4 LB in a 4-3 defense. Its more of a DE/OLB position than a LB/DB position, which is what I think you were suggesting. Your point remains though, as South Carolina has a "spur" position that is a hybrid S/LB.
I think "Depth Charts" in a traditional sense are not really relevant in a game where you have only 12 or so players on each side of the ball. I see no problem, though, in listing someone in multiple places as long as you continue to follow the rules about position limits.