being the stats guy that I am, I still can't figure out how the APR calculation works exactly. On the NCAA website, it says that for each recruit that gets aid, you get one point for remaining on the team and one point for being eligible. Divide the number of points by total number of points possible, multiply by 1000, and that's your APR. Yet when I look at the University of Kentucky, which has multiple players leave every year for the NBA, their APR is 1000 every year for the last 4 years. What am I missing here?
Also, there is a threshold of 930, but it seems to me that if you have even 2 players leave for transfer purposes, you are under 930 (24 divided by (13 x 2)). What am I missing here?