Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by ken10, Aug 2, 2010.
If I have 68 total players I can only offer to 2 right?
no how many seniors are graduating is the main one i go off. then plus players leaving its in the rules section im pretty sure
If you have 68 players right now, you can recruit however many seniors you have + 2 (70-68).
A player will not be allowed to attempt to sway a player from the pro draft if he:
is > 95 OVR
is a JR that has won the Heisman
is a JR and has won a major award (Thorpe, Maxwell, Biletnikoff, etc) and is > 90 OVR
Kickers and punters can be swayed from pro draft regardless of OVR and class.
The amount of scholarships that can be offered at any given time will be dictated by the following formula:
A = number of seniors on your team that will graduate
B = number of underclassmen that qualify for pro draft with aforementioned rules.
C = One additional scholarship to provide a cushion.
D = 70 - current amount of players currently on roster
A + B + C + D = total number of available scholarships.
Note: Committed players count against your scholarship limit.
So if you have 10 seniors and a 95 overall junior (basically he is gonna leave because you are not allowed to try and keep him) and you roster contains 68 players, your formula would be:
14 would be the amount of scholarships you could give
yes but maybe that junior stays
the game has it where if they are over 90 they are almost guarenteed to try and leave for the draft. Because of the rules you are not allowed to encourage him to stay.
Thanks for all the help guys. I know this is all listed, but it never hurts to get a little more cleared up. How do I recruit for specific positions however? If I have like 10 receivers, I shouldn't be offering any scholarships to more right'/
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