My friend and I run a 12 team head-to-head keeper league that finished its inagural season last year. Two-thirds of the league has played for 7-8 years, the other third will be entering their 2nd year.
This year we're thinking about possibly letting people trade draft picks. Anyone out there do this?
We're thinking that the trades must be for an equal amount of picks, so no one goes over or under the roster limits.
We will also allow trading before the draft only, because it seems that if we traded during the draft it would really slow things down.
We're not sure if we should allow the trading of a keeper AND picks. Things could get a little dicey if, for example, we started weighing the value of a 1st and 3rd round pick for a 2nd round and Jose Reyes.
We are not sure if we should go through with this because our league is still pretty young and there are a few GMs who are light on experience.
Let me know if you guys do this and what you think of it.
Thanks for your feedback!
When thinking about making a move, it is all about the VORP (Value Over Replacement Player)