draftable

draftable

(ˈdrɑːftəbəl)
adj
capable of, or suitable for, drafting
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The race to sign undrafted free agents is both frenzied and fluid, so we'll update this story once the UDFA class is officially announced, but of the signings, in addition to Hall, PFW graded Raymond, Mustipher, Bars and Harris as draftable prospects in the 2019 Draft Guide.
Fracture of long bones is a common surgical condition in working bullocks leading to huge economic losses as most animals being in non draftable condition are sent for slaughter.
To summarize, we expect draft pick to be influenced by college performance (captured by PROD--a vector of player specific position adjusted performance statistics including points, rebounds, steals, blocked shots, assists, turnovers, and measures of shooting efficiency), RELHT or relative height, AGE, college conference given by dummies for each, experience in post-season play (DFIN4), and relative quality of pool of draftable athletes in a given year (captured by a time dummy for each year, D10, etc.).
Kennedy is 73 years old, and was of a draftable age in the Vietnam era, but was not selected.
* There were three distinct price levels for draftable players.
Draftable for the Vietnam War, he petitioned and received conscientious objector status and did alternate service at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston.
This is from a Cardinals team with only one necessary draftable commodity.
Either such players/teams are aware that the expected value of a two-point shot is lower or because teams with a draftable player are more successful at two-point shots (Table 3) they increase the relative number of three-point shots to "spread the defense" alleviating the defensive pressure on the quality player(s).
Moses, following God's commandment, conducts a census of the Israelites and finds 603,550 men of draftable age.
Right-hander Greg Maddux (second round) and left-hander Jamie Moyer (sixth) don't fit the prototype for draftable high-school pitchers, but they've combined for 585 major-league wins.
Thirty-eight years old at the time of Pearl Harbor, he was not draftable. But he joined the Navy and spent the Second World War coaching baseball, just as some of his younger colleagues spent their war years playing for service teams.
And, that part is not what might be draftable by the uninitiated, like the background section (where the state of the art and its limitations are explained), the specification (where the invention is explained), or the drawings (which depict the invention).