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Team 33 Scouting Sheet
This is the scouting sheet used by Team 33. For the district events, we would scout every team, every match for 6 mtaches. At the Championship we chose to skip the first match and then scout the next 5.
This is the scouting sheet used by Team 33. For the district events, we would scout every team, every match for 6 mtaches. Each team was assigned a sheet and we had 6 students scouting the matches and 1 master scout (actually 2 that traded in and out) that arranged the sheets for the next match, and sorted the returned sheets. At the Championship we chose to skip the first match and then scout the next 5. We would then compile the data into a score on “positive actions”. Passes (over bump) and Goals counted equal, and hanging was worth 2 pts. This overall score often ranked very well with our alliances selection list. the important thing with this metric, is that it still takes into account scoring/passing for the other team. On our sheets this is the smae as scoring for your side. We found this to be more accurate than OPR for many of the great teams offensive potential.
Having the seperate sheets was great for arguing rank in alliance selection. You could pull up someone with a high score and see a cross section of 5 matches and get a feel for striker/winger and how consistent they were. The sheet also contains additional categories of information including autonomous and subjective evaluations of speed and driver skill. The Autonomous section is great for arguing positions within an alliance. Many teams claimed making every ball in auto-mode. Having a sheet that clearly shows them only being able to clear 1 of 3 was very valuable. The subjective sections are somewhat un-reliable. Since sheets are handed out randomly to scouts, one scouts med speed may be another scouts slow. If all 5-6 scouts agree it was slow, then it was slow.
Scouting Data Sheets_Champ_9703.ppt (102 KB)