Shaun Mason I wanted to get some clarity before the draft on your take on drafting players way ahead of their projections. We had a discussion earlier today about it in the chat room talking about when is the right time to draft a player that you may have ranked on the top of your draft board but is slotted in the 4-7 rounds as far as projection. Some felt that if you were able to scout a guy and felt he was worth a 1st round pick , then you should take him where you got him on the draft board, and others felt that was something that was frowned upon. Being that tomorrow is the draft, if you can help us with what expectations are for this matter so we all know and are on the same page with this. I found this from a post you wrote in this thread that may pertain to this issue but was used as a determining factor if people were using a draft guide. http://forums.traditionsportsonline.com/threads/the-draft-and-draft-guides.94095/ "Things I will be looking for: You reaching early in the draft or reaching far above draft projection for players with Quick or Superstar development. You getting "lucky" with high development players at a frequency that far exceeds the average of the league. I just want to make something clear: There is no way to find Quick/Superstar development players through scouting except for scouting their development. The probability that you spent 5K of points on players development rating and hit with a frequency that you "know who the good players are" is about the same as willing the lottery."