The Tex Schramm
This one is simple: Take the best player available. Bring a complete player ranking and a pen, and just make your selections based on the best player available. The key, of course, is to make sure you balance the selections so that you don't go too heavy on any position.
The bottom line: With this strategy, your team is likely to be more balanced than it would with any of the above. This also is good for first-time players who are just starting to get their feet wet. Or people who plan to drink heavily during the draft.
lol. so true.
our 12 year old draft tradition is about 5 trays of jello shots and tons of beer.
my strategy is to slot positions with rounds before the draft depending on strength of the position for that year. in the case of my league, defense is very valuable. my draft will usually look something like this-
at this point of the draft (round 6-7) i usually go bpa regardless of position, unless a stud of a te or kicker is remaining.