Draft 2022 SC "DRAFT" - Teams & Draft Order

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Draft Stars 1 - Draft Order
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    And now ....the Full Draft Order for 2022

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    Your League Code 838855

    Every Draft position for all 15 rounds here ...

     
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    Draft Stars 2 - Draft Order
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    Your League Code 620204

    Every Draft position for all 15 rounds here ...
     
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    Draft Trading Rules
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    OK ...so you thought once the Draft happens ...that's it

    Oh no, "sweety's" .... it is but the start of the fun .....here's your chance Raveneyes to gain back some ground ....particularly on injured players

    HOW TRADES WORK

    After the draft itself, trades are unlimited but they involve plenty of interaction with the other coaches in your league.

    Like in the frenzy that is AFL Trade Period, players can be traded from one team to another, provided both coaches agree to a trade.

    That means if Coach 10 (as above) is desperate to get Max Gawn, he’ll likely have to put a big offer on the table to get Coach 1 to agree.

    If Coach 1 finds she’s lacking depth in defenders and forwards, she may ask for Heeney (FWD) and Whitfield (DEF) in exchange for Gawn (RUC).

    If both coaches agree this is fair, a trade is processed through the app and the players swap teams.

    KFC SuperCoach Draft is your chance to be a list manager.


    HOW WAIVERS AND FREE AGENTS WORK

    Outside of trading, there are other ways to add players to your team.

    First of all, there are free agents.

    Should one of your players do an ACL between your draft and Round 1, you can delist him and pick up a free agent - any player who isn’t currently on another team’s list.

    First in, best dressed. Pretty simple.

    Then there are waivers.

    These are slightly more complicated to explain, but the good news is you probably won’t need to worry about them until Round 2, so feel free to skip this section and check back later if you just want to know the basics for now.

    At the conclusion of each round, all players who aren’t on a team are automatically placed on the waiver wire.

    Let’s say that North Melbourne youngster Will Phillips goes undrafted, but scores 130 on debut in Round 1.

    It’s likely multiple coaches will want to bring him into their team prior to Round 2.

    The waiver wire is designed to prevent the early bird from always getting the worm (in this case Phillips), and to ensure that the best free agents are distributed evenly.

    Those who are keen on Phillips can submit a waiver request, saying they want to bring in Phillips in

    To start the season, the waiver order is the reverse order of the draft. To continue with the earlier example, Coach 10 would be #1 on the waiver order, Coach 9 would be #2, etc.

    The waiver system keeps track of which coaches have selected players via the waivers, and updates the waiver order accordingly.

    Let’s say Coach 1 and Coach 2 are the only coaches to submit waiver requests for Phillips by the allotted deadline (normally a couple of days after the round ends).

    Coach 2 will get Phillip and Coach 1 will miss out, but will move up the waiver order so that he gets to choose before Coach 1 next round.

    The rules might sound complicated, but like any game, it’s pretty straightforward once you get the hang of it.
     

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