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If your a first round pick I get it. But I don't get how this always happens to us.
I agree. Seems we lose a good jr each year. I hate to imagine how good we would be if some of these guys stay one more year.
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I don't mind losing the no-brainer guys. It's losing borderline guys like Ace, and even head-scratchers, while rivals hold on to guys with higher draft grades.
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This post was edited by BigDave 15 months ago
Happens at other schools too you just don't notice. I don't blame him for leaving, his draft grade will never be higher.
Its a nice problem to have. Never used to have anyone leave early because we stunk. Next man up!
It always happens to just about everyone. Never been just us. Kind of like w are the only team that ever loses recruits when every team in America does at some point, even National Championship teams.
LSU has had ELEVEN jr's declare?! Imagine the meltdown if that happened to us!
Just glancing at that, I'd imagine he'll go before the LSU punter.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Isn't this supposed to be a big year for receivers in the draft? Of all years this isn't one I'd leave early for. I wish the kid well, but think his stock could rise next year even if he didn't match this years totals.
I know. Just imagine how good we'd be if had players that weren't burdened by the NFL and their draft! If all of your good players always stay 4 years that means you don't have very many good players.
That's if he makes a game day roster.
If he doesn't end up in NE or GB, he's gonna be trying to crack the 2 deep at punt returner for the next 3 years.
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