Update 6:25PM 8/22: Google document added!
Thanks to vaterp9 for the idea of loading the spreadsheet into a google document. Wonderful advice, as i have been thinking of a way to make the spreadsheets more accessible to you all... images really don't do it justice. So, by all means... go look! The document is public so everybody can look at it. Link here
Entries for the 2013 Testudo Times Basketball Recruiting Competition are in. We've got 40 contestants this year, a huge boon from last year's inaugural competition, which only had 18 contestants. I am very pleased with this turnout, and as i've mentioned before, i hope these competitions continue to grow, both in quality and quantity.
There are three pictures below. The first two are spreadsheets showing all of the contestants' entries. The font got too small if i made it all fit on one page, hence i broke it up into the two pictures. The third picture shows the percentages of each school chosen. The percentages for the first 5 recruits may look a little different than the percentages for the last 5 recruits. Explanation for that forthcoming.
If you are in the competition, then you likely know about the two different fanposts that were created, each one containing 5 recruits. We had 40 entries for the first 5 recruits, but four of those 40 contestants did not make an entry for the last 5 recruits. Those four entries are not disqualified or anything, they just obviously do not have a very good chance at winning the competition, since their max score is 5 whereas everybody else's is 10. As a result of this, when i calculated the percentages for the two groups of recruits, i did them a little differently. For the first set of five recruits, i calculated their percentages out of 40, whereas the second set of recruits' percentages were calculated out of 36. Example: 26 out of 40 contestants chose the twins, hence 26/40 = 65%. Now, 14/36 contestants chose Anya to Indiana, so 14/36 = 39%. Also, combined percentages don't always add up to 100% because of rounding.
If you wish to save the pictures on your computer, click them, and then right click, "save picture as"
First part of the spreadsheet:
Second part of the spreadsheet:
Percentages of each school chosen:
Let me know if you have any questions. Good luck to all.