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There have been several threads debating who might return to next year's team, or who UK may sign in the spring. I thought it might be fun to play around with a hypothetical scenario.
For the purpose of this discussion, I’ve made some basic assumptions below and included a list of “available” players that can be added to next year’s roster. If you can ONLY pick two, who would they be?
6 incoming recruits (Harrison, Harrison, Young, Lee, Willis, Johnson)
3 returning contributors (Wiltjer, Polson, Hood)
1 definite departure (Noel)
Available players to fill roster (can select any two):
Personally, I am torn between Wiggins / Poythress and Randle / WCS. While the thought of a Harrison/Harrison/Wiggins/Poythress/Lee starting five makes me absolutely giddy, I recognize Harrison/Harrison/Young/Randle/WCS arguably offers the more complete “team” and one slightly better suited to win a national title.
This post was edited by CMD77 14 months ago
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Wiggins and Randle with 0 doubt in my mind.
Wiggins and Randle...
I don't think it's that close, to be honest.
Why not fill out all 13 spots and put it:
I mean could you imagine:
That is sick!! Reaction of other teams?
This post was edited by mr289 14 months ago
Choosing is just way too hard. I would prefer we get all of those guys, split into 2 squads and play each other for the NC in '14!
Poythress and Wiggins.
If WCS works his way into the top 5 then he should leave.
I don't agree with your comments about the d-league but that point is certainly debatable. UK just offers so much - from exposure to media training - that the benefits encompass much more than skill development.
True but the D league can also take down a players confidence
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