If you've never been able to participate in a live fantasy football draft (in-person that is), then I highly suggest you try to set one up, and FANDRAFT is a great way to go to manage the draft.
FANDRAFT ORIGIN STORY
***This is pulled straight from the Fandraft about page.****
The inspiration for FanDraft arose during the Summer of 2000, while the founder was at his league’s draft. A league mate had made a makeshift sticker board which he was jestfully mocking. After being challenged to “make something better”, he spent a year learning to program and developed the first version of FanDraft.
FanDraft was launched in 2001, with the intention of providing a more modern approach to the traditional “sticker” draft boards often used at in-person draft parties. The digital nature of FanDraft allowed for a more engaging and realistic experience than the static cardboard/sticker draft boards could provide, and the in-person draft was changed forever.
The goal of FanDraft is to help make a fantasy football draft feel more like an actual NFL Draft. It can be projected via a digital projector or output onto a large television for the entire league to enjoy. FanDraft helps a fantasy football draft stay organized and running smoothly, while also creating a more engaging experience.