How to Create Draft Classes in Madden 19
While Madden has had customized players and rosters in previous editions, for the first time in Madden 19 you’ll be able to more easily create, customize, and add draft classes right into your Franchise in Madden 19. No, you can’t go HAM in messing with MUT, of course (that’s EA’s baby right there), but in your own personal career mode, EA Sports and Tiburon is making it easier to get creative.
You get the option to add a created draft class during once you enter the draft phase of Madden 19 in your first offseason. If you want, you can sim straight there. Once there, you’ll be asked if you want to import a draft class from Madden Share or if you want to use a randomly generated roster.
The simplest way to get a custom created draft class with into your Franchise mode, is honestly to wait until a trusted sport gaming community like, say, Operation Sports, puts our their custom rosters and sliders for your use or use one that’s already there if you want and that you trust the user ratings on it. Again, you’ll be asked if you want to use a custom draft class from Madden Share when you reach the draft phase of the offseason.
If you want to create your own, the easiest and quickest way for the average person would be edit the randomly generated players that Madden 19 provides you. So instead of using Madden Share while in the draft phase, go ahead and allow the game to give you randomly generated players. From there, you can see who all of the top prospects are in each position, and by clicking in the right stick on PS4 and Xbox One, you can edit these players to meet your specifications and emulate your favorite college players.
You can do just a few to make sure the biggest names are there, or go crazy and do the whole projected draft class. Alternatively, you can use the create a player and custom rosters in Customize portion of the main menu.
That does it for how to create draft classes in Madden 19. If something is still a bit unclear about how to create draft classes, let us know in the comments and we can get back to you. Be sure to check out Twinfinite’s Guide Wiki for more FAQs answered.