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View Poll Results: Potential Options for Draft Prospect Coverage (Select all that you would support.)
No special coverage is needed. Just let people post what they want in the main forum. 14 35.00%
Sticky one thread at the top that will be devoted to discussions of prospects 8 20.00%
Create a separate subforum (no rules, open discussion, like the main forum but segmented) 15 37.50%
Create a separate subforum (instructions will inform people to use thread titles with player name, position, and expected round, e.g., "Mo Gandhi, QB, 1st or 2nd") 8 20.00%
Create a separate subforum with a pre-populated set of threads by position and round (e.g., "1st round defensive ends", "Mid-round WRs", etc.) 8 20.00%
Other (Don't just stand there. Specify!) 2 5.00%
None. We shouldn't talk about draft prospects. It's rude. 2 5.00%
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Potential Options for Draft Prospect Coverage: A Chiefsplanet Poll.

A few of us were batting around some ideas for organizing the inevitable many threads about specific college players who are eligible for the annual National Football League Player Selection Process (also known as "the draft").

I'm going to post a Public Opinion Input Device (also known as a "poll"), and please select one or more options that relate to your opinion (also known as "your dumbass opinion" if I don't agree with it).

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and assistance in making chiefsplanet a better place.
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