Donald R DeCicco
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|5 years 36 weeks ago||heil||
|5 years 36 weeks ago||I don't have HBO||
I don't have HBO either...does anyone have any good information for streaming this episode online?
|5 years 36 weeks ago||2011 Defensive Depth Chart -||
2011 Defensive Depth Chart - Prediction:
CB: T. Woolfolk(Sr.), J. Floyd(Jr.), T. Talbott(So.)...R. Taylor(Fr./R.S.), G. Brown(Fr./R.S.)
...It sounds like we're going to start off with C. Johnson and T. Gordon at safety. Makes sense. Both are big, strong, tough, sure-tacklers, 'natural' football players, and smart football players (you never noticed either - playing spinner, or whatever - last season, and that's a great thing!). M. Robinson and J. Furman give us great depth and competition. J. Kovacs I guess you can never rule out...but it seems like this staff would like to go with more athleticism/talent at the position. It would surprise me to see B. Hawthorne out there at all, but you never know with talented-underachieving recruits. T. Carter - can't tell from his film what to expect next season.
...At corner, if healthy, T. Woolfolk is probably our best performer. C. Avery is probably our second. Beyond that though, it's up in the air. Should be great competition for the nickle and dime back positions. B. Countess and R. Taylor are the true frosh's to watch out for.
WLB: M. Jones(So.), A. Poole(Fr./R.S.), M. Evans(Sr.)...K. Jones(Fr./R.S.)
...It sounds like the first three guys to get a shot are going to be (in order of assuredness): K. Demens at MLB, C. Gordon at SLB, and M. Jones at WLB. Based on the tape I've seen, I'd say that true frosh A. Poole has a real shot at beating out M. Jones at WLB at some point. But aside from that, I don't really see any of the backups listed here beating the starters listed ahead of them (unless C. Gordon really struggles at SLB). However, if not starting in the secondary, and moved, a number of safties - M. Robinson, J. Furman, J. Kovacs, etc. - could also push for a starting job at WLB.
WE: C. Roh(Jr.), J. Paskorz(Fr.)...B. Beyer(Fr./R.S.)
...M. Martin, R. VanBergen and C. Roh are pretty sure things as starters. Sounds like the next guy in, at least right now, would be big W. Campbell at NT. Much still to be decided though. It's possible that J. Black could beat him out (at SE, moving RVB to 3T). It's possible that B. Beyer could arrive on campus as a full-fledged stud and beat him out (at WE, moving Roh to SE, RVB to 3T). And it's also possible that an under-the-radar type - Q. Washington, R. Ash, K. Wilkins, T. Talbott, J. Paskorz - could step up and beat him out.
|5 years 36 weeks ago||i dont think that hes going||
i dont think that hes going pro. i think that his brother is just an idiot trying to build up hype about him (and probably, to later get paid). there are probably many, many reasons that D-Mo wanted to go to school on the opposite side of the country. it sounds to me like he just wants to hear what nba scouts have to say about his game...what he needs to work on. that will be...1) learn to go left, for f*cks's sake. 2) learn to shoot beyond 15 ft, for F*ck's sake. 3) work on defense.
i personally dont see d-mo ever being an nba player. maybe not even a european player. nba point guards that can pass like him - or at least, almost as good as him - are a dime-a-dozen. the nba chews those guys up and spits them out before they can even make their first car payment. and they can usually shoot. d-mo can't shoot. he's never going to be athletic enough to run the pick and roll with nba guys, like he does here. he's never going to be athletic enough to even be an average nba defender.
if i was him, i would be focusing really hard on getting a good degree and enjoying my 4 yrs in the spot light.