Ho-Hum class for me, especially given the advantages we had as a conference.
Highlighted (lowlighted?) by 4 wasted efforts.
Lost Robert Absher to Anton and Tulane (fortunately didn’t spend much $$ and bailed out quick.)
Lost Karl Dombrowski to Oklahoma. (also, didn’t spend much.)
Lost Thomas Bailey to Texas. (who am I kidding, he wouldn’t even talk to me, I’m still a C+.)
Lost David Kell to Vanderbilt. (this is the one I’m most disappointed about. He was going to start and play about 45 minutes per game. Spent a lot of $$, beat out MT only to lose to Vandy.)
On to the ones who did come to campus.
Gregory Dallas – PG – ATH 27, SPD 68, REB 1, DEF 36, SB 1, LP 24, PER 65, BH 64, PAS 65, WE 70, ST 80, DUR 97, TOTAL 598.
Michael Trepanier – PG – ATH 58, SPD 77, REB 10, DEF 51, SB 1, LP 1, PER 80, BH 69, PAS 84, WE 28, ST 71, DUR 52, TOTAL 582.
Brandon Brown – SF – ATH 53, SPD 54, REB 36, DEF 52, SB 46, LP 43, PER 53, BH 44, PAS 62, WE 45, ST 69, DUR 65, TOTAL 622
William Crow – PF – ATH 60, SPD 30, REB 53, DEF 62, SB 57, LP 50, PER 53, BH 39, PAS 38, WE 49, ST 69, DUR 47, TOTAL 607
Both Dallas and Trepanier are going to play a lot and play early. I only have one other guard. Trepanier has more upside and better PG/SG skills than Dallas. Dallas is going to end up being a role player, but I was desperate for someone to play. At least he’ll never get hurt with that awesome DUR rating.
Brown doesn’t have much high high upside, but no lows either. He’s going to redshirt. So he should end up being a very balanced, interchangeable player. I like redshirting JUCOs.
William Crow isn’t going to play much, but he'll be better than the chump (Torres) that I signed last year. He’ll sit this year and then play the following three. Crow has big upside in REB and LP. His only lows are SB and PER.
Hoping I can make it thru this year and maintain the C+ without slipping backwards. Could be rough.