Posted by Weena on 6/18/2010 1:19:00 PM (view original):
Just wanted to repost this so it doesn't get lost.

Iguana1's BBIQ Practice Minute Chart: These are the ranges
I've found based on the 4 seasons since the iq grading has
changed.
The number on the left assumes a "fast" learner. WE of 80 and
GPA over 3.2. The number on the right is for a slower learner.
WE around 40, GPA under 2.5.
Of course there are extreme cases on both ends. I had a player
with a WE of 11 that took about 20% longer than the second
number.

F > D 5075
D > D 5075
D > D+ 5075
D+ > C 5075 total F > C 200300

C > C 100150
C > C+ 100150
C+ > B 120200 total C > B 320500 total F > B 520800

B > B 290400
B > B+ 290400 total B > B+ 580800 total F > B+ 11001600

B+ > A 375500
A > A 575775
A > A+ 450625 total B+ > A+ 14001900 total F > A+ 25003500

porkpower's Recruit FT Chart:

A+ 88.0%  92.9% HS FT%
A 83.8%  86.8%
A 80.8%  83.9%

B+ 77.9%  82.1%
B 74.6%  77.7%
B 71.4%  74.7%

C+ 68.3%  72.0%
C 65.3%  68.7%
C 62.3%  66.0%

D+ 59.2%  63.3%
D 56.8%  59.8%
D 53.3%  56.6%
F 51.0%  53.3%
i have a question. what does a high potential mean for free throw shooting for how much higher it can end than it starts?