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  • 2020 Orange Mane Mock Final Results

    Ladies and Gentlemen, YOUR 2020 Orange Mane Mock Draft Champion......



    The NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    and eddie mac!


    TOTAL FRANCHISE VALUE RANKS:
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    SUPERLATIVES
    2020 MASTER OF THE CONSISTENT REACH AWARD goes to …. Old Dude and the New Orleans Saints!
    (-354 in Raw Value measuring reaches and steals. This was the lowest).
    Dishonorable mentions:
    Zerovoltz and the Kansas City Chiefs (-351)

    Broncos23 and the Seattle Seahawks (-315)

    2020 MASTER OF THE CONSISTENT STEAL AWARD goes to … Aztec Bronco and the Minnesota Vikings!
    (+264 in Raw Value measuring reaches and steals. This was the highest).
    Honorable mentions:
    eddiemac and the New England Patriots (+158)
    balero and the Las Vegas Raiders (+123)
    phibacka and the Cleveland Browns (+114)
    Arkie and the Atlanta Falcons (+100)

    2020 MASTER OF THE SUPREME DRAFT ACCURACY AWARD goes to … Arkie and the Atlanta Falcons!
    (+260 Accuracy Points, this was highest).
    Honorable mentions:
    Rod and the Jacksonville Jaguars (+220)
    Aztec Bronco and the Minnesota Vikings (+220)
    Indelible Scribe and the Baltimore Ravens (+207)
    Rohirrim and the Los Angeles Rams (+207)
    phibacka and the Cleveland Browns (+206)

    2020 MASTER OF SUPREME DRAFT INACCURACY AWARD goes to … ColoradoBuff and the Green Bay Packers!
    (-35 Accuracy Points, this was the lowest)
    Dishonorable mentions:
    Shananahan and the New York Giants (-34)
    Zerovoltz and the Kansas City Chiefs (-21)

    2020 MASTER OF FREE AGENCY AWARD goes to … eddiemac and the New England Patriots!
    (+437 points, this was the highest)
    Honorable mentions:
    Bowlenball and the Pittsburgh Steelers (+416)
    Conklin and the Detroit Lions (+287)
    Balero and the Las Vegas Raiders (+283)
    JCMElway/DBroncos4Life and the Denver Broncos (+253)
    RaiderDave and the Indianapolis Colts (+239)
    PRBronco and the Los Angeles Chargers (+230)

    2020 NOSTRADAMUS AWARD goes to … Aztec Bronco and the Minnesota Vikings!
    (+300 Player/Position Bonus points for accuracy predicting what his team will do in the draft. This was the highest).
    Honorable mentions:
    eddie mac and the New England Patriots (+280)
    balero and the Las Vegas Raiders (+280)
    rod and the Jacksonville Jaguars (+200)
    Conklin and the Detroit Lions (+200)
    Carmello15 and the Miami Dolphins (+200)
    Sbgfan and the Tennessee Titans (+200)
    Rohirrim and the Los Angeles Rams (+200)

    NOSTRADONTKNOWSQUAT AWARD goes to … ludo and the Arizona Cardinals!
    (+40 Player/Position Bonus points for inaccurately predicting what his team will do in the NFL Draft. This was the lowest).
    Dishonorable mention:
    PRBronco and the Los Angeles Chargers (+60)

    INTERESTING TIDBITS
    The biggest reach of the draft was OT Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn. He was drafted 64th overall in the second round of the Orange Mane mock by the Detroit Lions and not taken until the 210th selection in the sixth round. This was an overall value of -146 points. Dishonorable mentions: TE Hunter Bryant (-139), WR Donovan Peoples-Jones (-120), OL Yasir Durant (-115), TE Thaddeus Moss (-114), and OT Alex Taylor (-109).

    The biggest steal of the draft was S Brandon Jones, Texas. He was drafted 201st overall in the sixth round of the Orange Mane mock by the Minnesota Vikings and was drafted with the 70th overall pick in the third round. This was an overall value of 131 points. Honorable mentions: LB Jacob Phillips (+128), TE Dalton Keene (+118), RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn (+111), S Julian Blackmon (+88), TE/WR Josiah Deguara (+88) and LB Mykal Walker (+86).

    The biggest UDFA gem was EDGE D.J. Wonnum, South Carolina. He was signed by New England Patriots in UDFA and drafted 117th overall in the fourth round by the Minnesota Vikings for a net gain of +139.
    Honorable mentions: S Jaylinn Hawkins, California (+122), OT Colton McKivitz, West Virginia (+103), S Daniel Thomas, Auburn (+99), S/LB Khaleke Hudson, Michigan (+94), RB Jason Huntley, New Mexico (+84), LB Kamal Martin, Minnesota (+81) and WR KJ Osborn, Miami (+80).

    The New England Patriots had the most picks overall with 18 selections and finished first in the game. The Seattle Seahawks had the second-most picks with 12 and finished 23rd.

    The Los Angeles Chargers had the fewest picks overall with five selections and finished 19th.

    Arkie and the Atlanta Falcons had the most accurate draft selections, going a perfect 6-for-6 for a 100 percent score. Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Rams each finished tied for second in draft accuracy with 83 percent after hitting 5 of 6 picks. Buffalo Bills and Carolina Panthers were tied for third with 80 percent (8-for-10).

    Green Bay was the least accurate drafter, going 1 for 7 for an 13-percent hit rate. Kansas City was 1 for 6 to finish with 14 percent in drafting accuracy.

    Balero and the Las Vegas Raiders had the most UDFA drafted with five (LB Kamal Martin, QB Jake Luton, LB Clay Johnston, RB Raymond Calais and EDGE James Smith-Williams). BowlenBall and the Pittsburgh Steelers (RB Jason Huntley, S Daniel Thomas, WR KJ Osborn, OG Kyle Hinton) and eddiemac and the New England Patriots (CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver, DT John Penisini, CB Thakarius “Bopete” Keyes, EDGE DJ Wonnum) each finished in a tie for second with four UDFAs drafted. JCMElway and DBroncos4Life and the Denver Broncos had three UDFAs drafted (DL Carlos Davis, OLB Chapelle Russell, S/LB Khaleke Hudson).

    The Pittsburgh Steelers signed 23 UDFAs, the most of any team.

    The following teams got 100-point bonuses for hitting draft picks with exact matches
    1.1 Cincinnati Bengals -- Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
    1.2 Washington Redskins -- Chase Young, DE, Ohio State
    1.5 Miami Dolphins – Tua Tagavailoa, QB, Alabama
    1.13 San Francisco 49ers – Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina (went 1.14)
    1.22 Minnesota Vikings – Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
    40th pick Carolina Panthers – Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State
    80th pick Las Vegas Raiders – John Simpson, OG, Clemson (went 109th overall)
    86th pick Buffalo Bills – Zack Moss, RB, Utah
    104th pick Los Angeles Rams – Terrell Burgess, S, Utah
    116th pick Jacksonville Jaguars – Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan (went 137th overall)
    121st pick Las Vegas Raiders – Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky (went 80th overall)
    213th pick New England Patriots – Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech (went 101st overall)
    235th pick Detroit Lions – Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin (went 166th overall)
    243rd pick Tennessee Titans – Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii (went 224th overall)


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    • #3
      RAW VALUE (The difference, positive or negative, between when the player was selected in the game versus where they were selected in the NFL draft. That information will apply to the Accuracy Box further down the page). The final RAW VALUE total is the number to the right of the team name.


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        DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR ARIZONA, ATLANTA, BALTIMORE, BUFFALO AND CAROLINA

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          DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, DALLAS AND DENVER

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            DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR DETROIT, GREEN BAY, HOUSTON, INDIANAPOLIS AND JACKSONVILLE

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              DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR KANSAS CITY, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS, LOS ANGELES RAMS, LAS VEGAS AND MIAMI

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                DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR MINNESOTA, NEW ENGLAND AND NEW ORLEANS

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                  DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALUCATIONS FOR THE NEW YORK GIANTS, NEW YORK JETS, PHILADELPHIA AND PITTSBURGH

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                    DRAFTED RAW VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR SEATTLE, SAN FRANCISCO, TAMPA BAY, TENNESSEE AND WASHINGTON

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                    • #11
                      DRAFTING ACCURACY
                      (A formulated point value based off how accurate in terms of overall numerical selection a particular selection in game is compared to where that player was selected overall in the NFL Draft. An acceptable arbitrary range for each round was created, the selection must fall within that range (specified within the box) compared to the NFL Draft to be considered accurate. The Formula used is (% points*2) + (Accurate Picks - Inaccurate Picks)*10. The actual accuracy % is used to calculate Owner Efficiency Score while being a component of Total Accuracy Points. Total Accuracy Points is a combination of actual accuracy % along with a modifier awarding more points for having more total accurate selections. In essence, 4/6 accurate selections is more valuable than 2/3 due to increased difficulty of more overall selections to accurately predict. ).

                      Arbitrary Accuracy Range:

                      First Round - 10
                      Second Round - 15
                      Third Round - 20
                      Fourth Round - 20
                      Fifth Round - 25
                      Sixth Round - 30
                      7th Round - Drafted

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                        INHERENT SELECTION VALUE (This measures the inherent value of a given selection by using an arbitrarily assigned numerical value (See Box Below). It's a matter of course that early draft selections are more valuable than later round selections. This value and concept is very important for trading within this game to make early selections desirable and hoarding late round picks not so much. In terms of scoring, I have changed it so that there are two numeric values that are really measured. The first remains the inherent value of the selections used by a team within the draft. The second is now the Inherent Value based on where a player was selected in the NFL Draft. The Raw Value already punishes and rewards reaches and steals. This value just assigns a worth to each player based on the actual selection the NFL chose them at as well as the actual selections used, those totals are then divided and multiplied to come up with one final total. A little complicated, but necessary to entice people to want trade up and desire the higher picks due to guaranteed inherent value. This also rewards people for securing highly picked players such as multiple Top 10 selections that raw value does not adequately reward. This does. I will go into more detail for this math formula after the data below.

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                          The Inherent Selection Value (ISV) takes into account the draft choices every team has throughout the draft and assigns value based on how high they are. Earlier selections have more inherent value. This rewards you for keeping higher picks instead of trading down, though that can still be a viable strategy where you can make up the points in other ways. This also rewards you for trading up and gaining a higher selection, assuming you didn’t trade away too much value. This accumulation of points based solely on selections used and calculated using the selection value chart created for his game results in number “X”. For example, if you have selection #60, that is worth 45 points according to the chart.
                          Number “Y” is calculated by using the same chart and adding up the values of where the players drafted fell in the real NFL draft. So, if you picked a guy at #60, but he went in the Top 10, you would get the 100 points that a top 10 selection is valued at instead of the 45 points the 60th overall selection is valued at. Adding up all the selections made in this manner gives number “Y”.
                          Number “Z” is the sum of “X” and “Y” divided by 2. This total represents the combined value of the selections a team had in the draft as well as where the inherent value fell for the players selected in the draft. This is where a team that drafts several Top 10 selections can really see some points. This was needed as raw value covering reaches and steals and accuracy scores do not reward the accumulation of top talent, this does. So, using the #5 overall selection and getting a player that goes in the Top 10 is acknowledged and rewarded. This gets applied throughout the draft, higher selections are rewarded. Trading down is not always smart. Trading up can be. And the reverse for both is still true. But this value allows both to be legitimate strategies.
                          Number “M” is the result of “Y” divided by “X”. This is a multiplier that boosts your Inherent value score (or decreases it) based on the inherent value you had in terms of pure selections compared to the results of your usage of those selections. If you increased overall value, you get a boost. If you decreased it through poor selections, you lose some points. This really only helps a team with limited selections to compete with a team that had a lot of selections entering the draft. If you only have 4-5 selections but double your inherent value through great drafting, that’s going to let you compete against a team that had 10 selections but only increased their value a little. The team with 10 selection is going to have a headstart with pure inherent value based on number of selections, but the multiplier can help the team with fewer selections even the playing field. This multiplier is applied back to number “Z” for the final overall “ISV” score.
                          For final results, this ISV score is then added to the RAW value score to come up with a total VALUE score used in the final overall calculations.

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                            INHERENT VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR ARIZONA, ATLANTA, BUFFALO, BALTIMORE, CAROLINA AND CHICAGO

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                              INHERENT VALUE CALCULATIONS FOR CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, DALLAS AND DENVER

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