according to the uspl site, if you have both, the ranking that is higher takes precedence.
from the uspl site.
Teams are ultimately responsible for policing their own roster. If they are found to have an illegal roster, they will be disqualified from the event.
Divisions, Rosters and Classifications
There will be the following divisions in the 2009 US Paintball League:
Division 3 5-man
D1 may have unlimited D1 players, unlimited SP players and up to 2 Pro players
D2 may have all D2 players, up to two D1 players, no SP or Pro players
D3 may have only D3 players (for both 7-man and 5-man)
National Classification Conversion Chart
(If you have both NPPL and PSP classifications, your USPL classification will be whichever is higher)
2008 Pro NPPL = USPL SP (unless listed on a 2009 NXL or USPL Pro Roster)
2008 SP NPPL = USPL SP
2008 D1 NPPL = USPL D1
2008 D2 NPPL = USPL D2
2008 D3 NPPL = USPL D2
Pro NXL = USPL Pro
SP PSP = USPL SP
D1 PSP = USPL D1
D2 PSP = USPL D2
D3 PSP = USPL D3
A professional player is someone who is listed on a 2009 USPL Pro roster or 2009 NXL roster. Anyone who played pro in 2008 but is not on a 2009 pro roster (USPL or NXL) is classified as SP. Any player who takes one year off will be reclassified down 1 division. Note: No player can ever be reclassified down to D3. After five events playing Division 3, players will be reclassified as Division 2.
To have your case reviewed, you can request a reclassification for a $50 fee (no matter the outcome of the league’s decision) by emailing email@example.com
hopefully this makes it clearer?????