my problem...school builds new locker room and storage room. of course nonpne asks me what I need in a storage room. looking for ways to hang jerseys. can't build wall cabinets, maintenence has to have access to wall.
I second the idea of putting them in rubbermaid or similar-type storage containers. If hanging isn't an option, that may be your best bet. Get smaller ones that will only fit about 10 jerseys and you can stack them. Easier for 1 guy to move them if they are in smaller containers and if you have 2-3 helpers, you can move all of them very quickly.
I didn't use different numbers for sub-varsity, so that there was no number shuffling on friday nights. Had a full 120 jersey set of everything with 60 skill and 60 line numbers.
1-9 (I usually had 2 #1s because it is such a popular number) 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 (doubled up all of these. Made the 2nd jersey 2 sizes bigger so a kid could grow into it) 60-69 (Doubled up all of these. Made the 2nd jersey 2 sizes bigger so a kid could grow into it) 70-79 80-89 90-99
You could have 6 stacks of skill numbers next to 6 stacks of lineman numbers and they would be easy to access and move if needed. You could store them where a single cabinet would be and if maintenance needs access to the wall, the tubs easily slide out of the way.
KEEP THOSE MAINTENANCE AND CUSTODIAL GUYS HAPPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are your best friend's in the long-run. They can get more stuff done for you than admin most places.
"I firmly believe that any man's finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is the moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle-victorious." - V. Lombardi
"If it doesn't matter who wins or loses, then why do they keep score?" - V. Lombardi
A more expensive version compared to the rubber maid suggestions, but it is quite nice. We have one to hang our helmets and one for Jerseys, game pants and spare cleats. They come with the option to put them on tracks so you can slide them like stacks in the library, but we just have our two on wheels.