I'm not sure if you want to keep it a secret for competition's sake, but if that's the case, I don't think you'd be doing yourself a disservice by letting us know who will be out for sure. It's highly unlikely that you'll end up in one of our conferences, so we wouldn't even be your competition. If there's another reason, then that's cool. A couple tips I took away from last year: 1) try to draft all arounders - it's difficult to fill your lineups when you have 10+ girls doing only a couple of events. 2) like it has been said, don't draft heavily from just one or two schools - bye weeks and resting or injuries tend to shake up your line up choices more than you'd like. 3) research top girls from schools that don't get much recognition - there are girls out there who score 9.8+ on many events but are never talked about, and you most likely will end up with girls from these schools on your team, so go ahead and draft the top ones. 4) after choosing all arounders, consider what events your specialists do - you don't want all specialists for one or two events, try to match a beam/floor girl with a vault/bars girl or any other variations.