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Seems like the kinda of QB that would be a perfect fit for this offense. For someone who isn't familiar with this current coaching staff, what type of offense are they hoping to run this year and beyond? When Casula was the OC at Ferris state their QB threw for a lot and ran for a lot. A true duel ...
Right, who do you think they are better than? I have no idea if they are better or worse than anyone currently starting. Neither does anyone on this board. Once camp opens and the competition starts, if any of the incoming guys are better.. they will start. I think outside center the oline is wide ...
I think another guy at the 4/5 is priority #1. One more capable big body will solidify the rotation and add much needed depth for foul and injury situations. Plus they will push eachother and Coach can bench someone if they aren't giving 100%
I have to think Poteat is option #1.. we need 1 more at the 4/5. maybe not need but would really like to have enough depth and talent. Honestly beyond that I think we would be set for year 1.
Was reading an article on Jorge (the lower rated brother) his coach says hes a 3. Shot over 40% from 3, can pass, and take guys off the bounce. Scored 33 in a game with 7 3's at the prep national championship tourney where he made on3's all tourney first team. They seem to be very intriguing prospec...
If they end up being good players ill take 6'11/7' at the 3 and 4 lol. From the little tape i saw they definitely move like a 3/4 and could be serious matchup problems in the A10 down the road.
- Thu Apr 28, 2022 7:18 am
- Forum: Men's Hoop Forum
- Topic: Expectations for 2022-23 Season
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Top half of the A10 and a NIT bid would be a success to me. Its a build. And i agree we have to wait to see the final roster. I think the twins here could develop into serious matchup problems.