The depth of this draft has had me thinking; could a team with 22 picks spread across the rounds build a decent to good team of starters from this draft alone? Obviously it's only a thought exercise but it encouraged me to create this little competition/exercise to keep us going through this pre - FA lull. So, if you want to take part, here are the rules. 1. The aim is to create a team of 22 starters on offense and defense from this draft. No special teams. 2. You will be allowed three picks per round ( 3x7=21). Whilst you can have as many UDFA ranked players as you like to get to 22, you must have at least one UDFA (3x7)+1. 3. We will be using CBS Sport's rankings for this exercise (LINK). As these rankings are changed regularly, please specify the date of the rankings when you submit your team (the date is at the top of the rankings). 4. You can choose whichever formation you like. You can go 3-4, 4-3, 4-2-5 etc on defense, go with a FB on offense, five wide or TE heavy. The choice is yours but please ensure it's both legal and realistic. 5. Please specify the CBS ranking/or round for each prospect. 6. No unreasonable projecting. We're looking for a team to win as early as possible. So no trying to tell us that this UDFA QB you've chosen that no-one has heard of will be the next Tom Brady. 7. Haven't decided whether it's worth trying to determine a winner or just doing it for fun. Any thoughts? I did wonder whether we should award the entry with most 'likes' as the winner. I'll be entering my team shortly. If you have any questions, please ask and feel free to comment (politely) on peoples choices. And have fun! Edit: One more rule. We're only focused on the rankins of the prospects, not their projected rounds. So your available 2nd round prospects are those ranked 33-64 and any prospect ranked later than 224 is considered a UDFA.