I've responded to e-mails from three people to fill the editor positions for the 2010 MLB Draft Notebook. That's all I can really handle to coordinate for now, but I might bring on a couple more people near the end if needed. I don't think that will be the case, but I'll be prepared.
The other spots I need can be filled by as many people as want to participate. Like with the editor positions, the only thing you really get is your name in the Draft Notebook, as well as appreciation from myself. The spots are statistic compilers.
What I mean by statistics compilers is people that will go out and find the statistics for the players I send to them, both for 4 year and junior college players. I'd give the criteria and the format, and all you would have to do is fill in the blanks with the numbers. It's impossible to find all the statistics for every single player, but I want to fill in as much as is humanly possible. Beg, borrow, and (don't) steal to find them.
If you're interested, send an e-mail to the address in my profile, and I'll get back with details on how it will happen. If you applied for the editor positions and didn't receive a reply, and are still interested in compiler position, send me another e-mail.
Thanks again to all those who will help make this product the top draft product available to the public.