The 10th edition of the UPA rules has this to say about picks:
1. No offensive player may move in such a manner to cause a defensive player guarding a receiver to be obstructed by another player. Obstruction may be the result of contact with, or the need to avoid, the offending player. To do so while the obstructed defensive player is within three meters of the receiver is a pick."
Are these statements true?:
(1) Offense cannot call a pick.
(2) A defensive player can call a pick when he is "obstructed by another player" when this player is also on defense.
(3) A defensive player can call a pick on a motionless offensive player
(4) A defensive player cannot call a pick if his check is greater than 3 meters away.
These seem pretty clear from what the rules say, but I'd like to be sure. Any comments....just quote the (#). Thanks for reading.