One side benefit of this project is that in compiling this data I now have a database of draft information I have never had before, and can do all sorts of stuff with it very easily. For example, here is the strength of each draft, rated as the avg of potato scores for drafted-players: 1. 2016 draft 2. 2015 draft (the 2018 draft is looking comparable.) 3. 2010 draft 4. 2009 draft 5. 2011 draft 6. 2013 draft 7. 2017 draft (surprised this is so low) 8. 2014 draft (interestingly enough, based on first round only this draft is #1. But it fell off after that.) 9. 2012 draft This lines up with common perception that the 2012 draft was a poor one. How annoying is it that the 2016 draft is the one where we didn't have any picks. Argh.