I support the change Seble. To those complaining about the 12 SF's, how is that any different than it is now when someone recruits 3/4 of a team of guards or plays most of his starting lineup out of position (sg at pg, pg at sg, pf at sf or c etc)? It takes less than 10 seconds to go look at your opponents depth chart for their last game.
Personal preference is on locking it when conference play starts or basing it on some percentage of time played at a position (so if player is a backup at sg and pg, but plays 60% of his time at sg vs 40% at pg, then he's automatically listed as a sg).
There are 2 benefits here imo. First off, it would help guys in planning their future recruiting/depth chart. Someone mentioned already forgetting he had a PF he planned to play at SF and would have unnecessarily recruited a SF (yes this is still the coaches fault for carelessness). I had the same situation this season and wasted some money on a recruit I didn't really need before I realized it. More importantly though, it fixes end of season awards. I had a sg playing pg many seasons ago. He was far better than any of the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd team AA pg's, but since he was listed as a sg, he got ranked there as 2nd team instead of first and my sg who was actually playing sg, got bumped down to honorable mention when he may have been 3rd team.