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This post was edited by HowardRoarkAU 23 months ago
And really....guys like Jermaine Whitehead, Jaylon Denson, Ryan White, Therezie, Frost, Wright, and many others are all just as likely to make an impact.
Which points out one thing that we easily overlook when getting optimistic in the preseason.....we have an awful lot of UNPROVEN players on this team.
I mean, the list of potential "UNPROVEN impact players" is twenty times as long as the "EXPECTED impact players".
The good thing is that there are so many EXPECTED to have an impact at some point. But I think the "unproven" part is why you see us unranked in the AP Poll and picked 4th in the West.
The other good thing is that come 2013 and 2014, a lot of those guys should shift from "unproven" impact players list, over to the "expected" impact players list. That's when things get exciting and the recruiting starts to payoff.
This post was edited by jadennis 23 months ago
1. Kiehl Frazier
2. Greg Robinson
3. Gabe Wright
4. Jermaine Whitehead
5. Tre Mason
Huddles are for rookies.
Guess you guys all forgot about Lutz lurking near the goal line.
And Blake or Omack slippin' out past the safeties.
You are all forgiven.
WDE, I'm ready for 2012 & I think the team is as well
Worry only about things which you can change, the rest will either work themselves out or kill you......either way, no more worries.
OOps, totally missed the part about unproven.
give me twenty lashes or whatever.
Still think Lutz and Blake and Omack are gonna be special this year.
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