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Earl grant from Clemson was on it as was Randy Peele. Who was the third assistant? Any other names?
Between Peele and grant, which was the better recruiter and which was known as better coach?
Paul Molinari. Peele and Molinari are looking for a job too, cough cough. They were his #1 and #2, Earl Grant was also on staff at WU and WSU before going to Clemmons.
Molinari and Peele were actually named top 25 asst coaches in the nation for Mid Majors on more than 1 occasion. Peele IMO is a really good recruiter and motivator. He's a great man, just not a great head coach. Molinari is about as tough as they come also a so so recruiter.
Actually I will go as far as to say Randy Peele is a Great recruiter. He got major talent to Winthrop, just didn't develop them from a head coach spot. He's a GREAT asst coach
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by winthropcock on 3/19/2012 at 7:18 PM
Paul Molinari came up under Rollie Massimino, so he comes from a pretty good coaching tree himself.
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