All posts tagged NBA Draft

Draft Day!

June 22, 2017 By Steve Shea (@SteveShea33) College Prospect Ratings (CPR) are a formula meant to approximate a college player’s pro potential. It’s based on college box score production, and so, it is limited in its ability to assess certain elements of a player’s game (and certainly, his character). Still, it’s been successful in its […]

CPR 2017

By Steve Shea (@SteveShea33) April 4, 2017 CPR is a metric that rates NCAA players’ NBA potential. For a complete introduction, see our previous post. The following table contains the CPR scores (as of April 2, 2017) for the 78 college prospects that made the top 100 prospects at DraftExpress.com. At first glance, the metric appears […]

College Prospect Ratings (CPR) 2016

By Steve Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) April 6, 2016 College Prospect Ratings (CPR) is a formula that uses NCAA players’ on-the-court performance to quantify their NBA potential. Below, I will present the CPR ratings for 105 of the top prospects in the 2016 draft. Before I get to this year’s ratings, I go through some of […]

Updated 2016 CPR

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) College Prospect Ratings (CPR) are an objective measure of an NCAA prospect’s NBA potential. They are generated from a player’s projected position, his years experience in college and the box score production captured in his game logs. Below, I will present the updated ratings (as of March 29th), which for […]