Good news, I was able to carve out enough time to build a research tool for 2017. This year’s version is similar to last’s but includes a couple of new sections. Also, separate tabs are included for each position. This allowed for me to build in some nice comparison points and visuals. I also put a fair amount of effort into making the tool easier to update/adapt next year. This greatly added to the time it took to build but I think it was worth it. I’m hoping to be able to roll out the tool in the next three weeks. As always, the tool will be housed in Microsoft Excel. Unlike, the 2017 Draft tool, I will be charging for the research tool as purchasing a package that would allow for free distribution to users is well out of my budget.
Here are some screenshots (not the best resolution but you get the idea):