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  • n. The quality of being signable.

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Examples

  • H.S. Also highly regarded as a wide receiver, for which he's committed to the University of South Carolina, so signability is the question.

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  • Such conversations about "signability" - that's the scouting buzzword - were already commonplace and have become even more so.

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  • Ironically this so-called signability pick ended up being the best pick before Utley was chosen 15th overall.

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  • The Cards stand ready to spend money for high-end talent, reducing the "signability" factor in their scouting formula.

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  • If the introduction of "mandatory slotting" is a foregone conclusion, as most pundits believe, the debate around reforming the draft will shift to whether or not the changes will result in greater competitive balance (the end of "signability", guaranteeing the weakest on field performers acquire the best amateur prospects).

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  • Trumpeting that the Detroit Lions, picking first, will focus on "signability" when making their choice next weekend, King easily rattles off 1,000 words about how the Lions will sort out whom they draft.

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  • Before we go on, I'll again attempt to be fair: Maybe another team coming off a historic failure wouldn't focus on "signability," and instead would try to get the single best player.

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  • And the selection of Mauer over Prior and Teixeira which was criticised at the time as being a "signability" pick is looking better and better for the Twins.

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  • "When our turn comes to pick in every round, we're going to take the guy that we think is the best player on the board and not worry so much about the signability portion of it," he said.

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  • But I'll put it this way: On draft day, I think we're going into it with the idea that when our turn comes to pick in every round, we're going to take the guy that we think is the best player on the board and not worry so much about the signability portion of it.

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