Select Team Names in reverse draft order and write them on the draft sheets. Any disagreement will be settled by the division director who has the last word on where coaches' kids get slotted in the draft. Discuss any requests for specific assistant coaches. Assistants can only be requested on draft day and must be agreed upon by a majority of the coaches present. The division director will have the last word on whether an assistant coach will be allowed or not prior to drafting.
Discuss any requests for specific players i. Non-coach players can only be requested on draft day and must be agreed upon by a majority of the coaches present. The division director will have the last word on whether a requested non-coach player will be allowed or not prior to drafting. If allowed, then refer to 8 for placing the player. Identify any siblings in the same division. They must go together on the same team and will be rated by all coaches present and placed in the appropriate draft round based on ability.
Any disagreement will be settled by the division director who has the last word on where siblings get slotted in the draft. Unknown player names will be placed in a hat and will be randomly drawn after all other players are selected.
The Drafting Process Starts: Coach picks based off the draft order from the players on the draft sheet.
Each selection is written on draft sheets. The last coach to pick in the first round will be the first coach to pick in the second round and this will continue until all the players are assigned to a team. Trades can be made after the draft process up until the end of the meeting that is called by the director. Coaches are to contact the players immediately or as soon as possible, to let them know what team they are on.
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For years, my players were screening air. To ensure we were not missing the screen, I instructed my players to screen a body. Can you explain to me the theory behind screening an area? Coach K - Some coaches don't want their players picking up a foul while screening. As for me, I wanted them to screen someone JMO Its all a matter of philosophy Stationary - you want to be stationary before the offensive player comes off of your pick.
If you are moving as you set the pick, that is an illegal screen and an offensive foul will be called on you. Make sure to pick an area and let the offensive player run off of your pick. Another reason to "screen an area" is to give the cutter room to use the screen and then read it.