predraft

adjective
pre·​draft | \ ˌprē-ˈdraft , -ˈdräft\
variants: or pre-draft

Definition of predraft

: done or occurring before drafting someone (as in professional sports or in the military) The Mets instituted a series of predraft tests to measure prospects' aptitude and ability to make snap decisions.— Peter Gammons a predraft army physical

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1917, in the meaning defined above

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