mathias wrote:Basically on draft day, don't be surprised if a player with say a SD of 10 is taken 10 picks earlier or later than your ranking, and anything more or less on either side could be a stretch or a fall.
thats sort of it. if a player's rankings had a normal distribution
and he had a SD of 10, 68% of the time his rank was within plus or minus 5
of the average.
it can get a little more complicated if its a skewed distribution.