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    PH'15: Offseason, 2019

    We have completed the Coaching Carousel.

    User changes:
    JB took the HC job at San Jose State.

    SEC:
    UCF's DC left to be the HC at Clemson. He was replaced by Al Golden, who was still coaching at Miami.
    UCF's OC left to be the HC at South Carolina. He was replaced by Butch Jones.
    Tennessee, Clemson, and South Carolina all hired new HCs.

    B1G:
    Ohio State's OC left to be the HC at Michigan State. He was replaced by Dabo Swinney.
    Ohio State's DC left to be the HC at Oklahoma State. He was replaced by Don Pellum.
    JB was replaced as Syracuse's OC by Ivin Jasper.
    Michigan State, Penn State and Northwestern hired new HCs.

    Big XII:
    Oklahoma's OC left to be the HC at UConn. He was replaced by Brian Kelly (that's the second time Brian Kelly has been an OC at Oklahoma in this dynasty)
    Kansas's OC left to be the HC at Florida State. He was replaced by Brian Polian.
    Oklahoma State hired a new HC.
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    We have advanced to Players Leaving.

    Arkansas State - 3 early entrees
    Houston - 0
    Kansas - 0
    LSU - 1 transfers
    Ohio State - 2 early entrees
    Oklahoma - 3 early entrees, 1 transfer
    San Jose St - 1 transfer
    UCF - 5 early entrees
    West Virginia - 0
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    Draft Results:
    Arkansas State - 4x1st (HB, WR, CB, OLB), 3x2nd (CB, DE, SS), 3rd (OLB), 5th (DE), 6th (TE), 3x7th (G, WR, T)
    Houston - 1st (CB), 2nd (WR), 4th (WR), 5th (MLB)
    Kansas - 2x3rd (TE,SS), 4th (QB), 6th (OLB), 7th (MLB)
    LSU - 3x1st (QB, WR, DE), 2x2nd (TE, DE), 3x3rd (C, G, DT)
    Ohio State - 2x1st (FS, CB), 2nd (OLB), 3rd (HB Matt Holycross), 4th (K), 5th (G), 6th (WR)
    Oklahoma - 6x1st (OLB, DE, SS, MLB, WR, T), 2x2nd (FS, DT), 4th (HB), 5th (G)
    San Jose State - 0
    UCF - 2x1st (DT, G), 3rd (CB), 6th (WR)
    West Virginia - 1st (QB), 2nd (SS), 5th (WR), 6th (TE), 7th (HB)

    My 4th round QB draftee threw all of four career passes.
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    Thanks for posting Jeff.

    Gould had over 100 receptions, 2,500+ yards and 30 touchdowns but only went 5th round. Guess not many teams needed a WR with 4.3 speed lol

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    I don't remember Gould's height, but it seems to me that measurables are too heavy a factor. Probably designed to stop people from stat-whoring to top draft picks. But I had something similar. My MLB that was drafted late had FAR superior stats to the OLB that was drafted before him. Originally the MLB wasn't projected at all.
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    He was 6-1 if I recall, maybe 6-0.

    I thought it had more to do with their OVR. My QB Nelson didn't have that great of season in terms of TD-INT ratio. Threw something like 25 interceptions, but was a 99 OVR. QB's are valued higher so likely was case.

    Gould was 90 OVR I'm pretty sure, 90's in route running and catching. Didn't realize he was drafted after Arkansas State, LSU, Houston and Oklahoma WR's

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    I think both of us are right. OVR is a big factor (but not the sole factor). Measurables appear to be another factor. Even the best performing 5'11 QB isn't going to be a Round 1 selection. Stats are another factor.

    Obviously OVR and measurables have to be weighted heavily if my backup QB (4 career passes!) gets drafted in the 4th. Though he was only 6'2, but I believe he did end up getting high 90s OVR.
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    Rank Team Total
    1 LSU 1 11 9 2 0 23
    3 Arkansas State 3 9 5 1 0 18
    4 Oklahoma 4 7 5 1 0 17
    6 Kansas 4 5 7 0 0 16
    7 Houston 1 9 5 1 0 16
    9 Syracuse 0 9 5 0 4 18
    21 West Virginia 0 8 3 1 0 12
    26 UCF 2 4 5 1 0 12
    28 Ohio State 4 3 0 0 0 7
    61 San Jose State 0 0 14 6 2 22
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