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Hope this works. Never tried uploading a pic from my iPad photos.
For the record, this is something that will be coming down the line on 247sports for all team websites. Be patients,
yeah, but I can see about 7 to 9 guys that are potentially on the bubble + 2-3 that could go pro early (JC, VH and KQ). 79 - 4 seniors - 2 go pro early (could be 3) = 73. 82-73 = 9. 9 potentially available spots before attrition + 7 to 9 attrition = 16 to 18 total available spots. The current depth at some positions + potential for landing some better talent in the 2014 cycle while also "spreading out" the depth chart at the same positions (WR, OL, DL, and Spur) makes it possible to have attrition at some or all of those positions while not hurting too much since those potential players are talented but just have yet developed the way that they should.
No names will be presented by me out of respect for the players who are still Gamecocks and working hard; they may just really develop this year, which would be great, like OT Robinson.
The chart provided in this thread is very informative and helpful.
This post was edited by swimcock 17 months ago
Very wise man. Wish everyone would follow this practice, especially for young players.
This post was edited by Lowcountry Cock 17 months ago
Good stuff. I've got something similar on my computer as well. Only change would be that Ronnie Martin is a true jr cb, not a frosh.
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