predraft

predraft

(priːˈdrɑːft)
n
a preliminary draft prior to a main or official draft
adj
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) occurring, carried out, or produced prior to the writing of a draft
2. occurring, carried out, or produced prior to a drafting into a team or project
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Tyler Dorsey had a predraft workout set up with Atlanta until the Hawks canceled.
In Table 3, I present results from regression Equation (1) using the players' predraft position rank rather than their expected round drafted.
Still other tools included circulating a predraft environmental impact statement to each agency for comments prior to publication, and holding monthly status calls with the agencies.
Student athletes may also receive expenses for travel to a predraft basketball camp held by a professional organization.
NBA rules say teams cannot conduct private workouts with players until after the annual predraft camp.
Robinson had a private, predraft workout with the Patriots and QBs coach Bill O'Brien in March.
Two percent of college senior football players in the NFL (National Football League) predraft examinations were found to have chronic PCL-deficient knees.
Finally, the NHL is worthy of detailed empirical investigation because we are also able to employ data from the predraft era, which will allow a test of the effects of the draft on competitive balance.
Brown travels during the college basketball season, scouting women players to invite to the league's predraft workout.
However, by 1970 the correlation returned to its predraft range of about +.
No major surprises are expected in the draft, which follows a predraft RFP issued last September.