Pre-Order the 2012 Rookie Scouting Portfolio


Ahmad Bradshaw was an RSP fave and 2012 has a lot of players capable of out-playing their draft position. Pre-order the 2012 RSP for the low-down. Photo by Ted Kerwin.

If you haven’t heard, the 2012 RSP is now available for pre-order. Now in its seventh year, I publish the Rookie Scouting Portfolio every April 1. I  have evaluated 161 players at the offensive skill positions thus far. The publication essentially has three parts:

1. Rankings, analysis, and player comparisons: This is generally 120-130 pages of material, much like a draft magazine, but focused solely on QBs, RBs, WRs, and TEs.

2. Appendix of my game-study notebooks: All my raw notes from my database and I also supply a complete grading checklist for each player and game I study. This also includes my scoring process. And last but not least, I also provide play by play notes on each player that is often pages of analysis for each prospect. This blog analysis of players you’ve seen this month draws from these notes.

3. Defined criteria for my scoring methods: How I define a technique and the value I give it.

You can also order back issues of the RSP (2006-2011) from this same link. This year, I’m donating 10 percent of all 2012 sales to Darkness to Light. Its mission:

Our programs raise awareness of the prevalence and consequences of child sexual abuse by educating adults about the steps they can take to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to the reality of child sexual abuse.

You can learn more about this excellent organization and its noble aim through the link above. In the spirit of transparency, I will provide an annual update and documentation of the monies donated to Darkness to Light on this blog.

Once again, you can pre-order the 2012 RSP or immediately purchase and download past RSPs through this link.

 

 

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2 comments

  1. +1, Like, RT and all that. Big thumbs up. I’ve got the 6th, 8th and 9th picks in one dynasty league, so I’m expecting some big value hits at those spots.

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