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BM/PM now that we are up to 17 commits and after reading the article regarding Trooper Taylor and the class they are putting together he said they will probably end up having around 20-23 commitments in this class. He also said after they fill needs they go after the best of the best, so I was wondering if you had any insight/opinions on who would be the top 6 or 7 remaining targets? TIA
That sounds like a little fuzzy math? I didn't think that there was that much room on the roster? Are there some changes expected that will make the math work?
Going to have that story up this afternoon. Stay tuned...
Bryan probably started that article before AUwoody88 thought the question. AUsome
Coaches who are the best at roster management have an advantage over their colleagues. Every program has an attrition rate which allows future predictions to be made with a high degree of confidence. Those who use this knowdedge are able to keep their roster numbers closer to 85 than their counterparts. Right now we will have 17 slots open after this current senior class leaves. Remember your current concern. Next August, look to see how many open slots we have for new enrollees. I'll bet you any amount of money you want that it will be closer to 25 than 17.
Actually, I'm gonna do it for Friday morning. Here's my top six in alpha order: M Adams, T Crowder, D Green, OJ Howard, J Kearse and T Matthews.
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