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Pitch Madness Draft … how does it work?

Friday, 27 February 2015  |  Posted by Brenda Drake

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Everyone has been asking about what happens and how does the Pitch Madness Draft work. The draft is how we determine what entries each host gets on her team. It’s just like the NFL draft. We draw to see who goes first, second, third, and fourth during the picks. Each team makes a pick on their turn. Then the picks rotate: First pick moves to second pick, second pick moves to third pick, third pick moves to fourth pick, and fourth pick moves to first pick. It continues rotating until all sixty spots are filled with one of Pitch Madness entries. If you’re curious about the NFL Draft check it out here.

The Pitch Madness Draft will be on Sunday, March 1, at 3PM EST. Join us on the hashtag #PitchMadness to get a play by play of the happenings behind the draft doors. I’ve been known to drop surprises, so you don’t want to miss this event. And those who’ve followed me for a while know what that means…

The mastermind behind the draft is the remarkable Dee Romito…

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Assisting with the Pitch Madness Draft is Nikki Roberti

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Reporting live from the Pitch Madness Draft is Natasha Raulerson …

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The entries will be posted on these blogs for the agent game on March 2 …

Brenda Drake’s blog

Rebecca Coffindaffer’s blog

Summer Heacock’s blog

Sharon Johnston’s blog

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