Saw Thompson is getting a deal around 80 million total, not sure on how many years. I'd guess perhaps 5 yr 80 mil?
Love Chris Farley. Miss that man.
Cavs should go after and bring back Danny Green.
Once Heard takes over the QB spot for them they'll be good. Perhaps will over take Swoops this season. Wanted him on the Bucks.
In terms of actual rankings before players step on the field, I think on paper, that '17 class will be nasty. Have a chance to land a good 5-6 players that are 5*s. Have two in the fold already, soon will add #3 whenever Grimes decides, which could give us 3 players in the top 10 overall nationally with Wade and Myers; who himself is pushing for the #1 overall player in the class. Lead for 5* safety Pryor, and perhaps 5* WR DPJ from up North will pick us... some surprise players yet to be talked about since it's so early... should be a pretty nasty class.
A couple of things I've been reading about the Cavs..
They're looking to package Haywood and their 1st round draft pick in a trade.
Also, read how Gilbert is willing to spend $$$ even if he has to pay a huge luxury tax penalty, read somewhere that he wouldn't mind approaching the $110 million cap level, and paying something like 90 million or whatever in luxury taxes, sort of in the range that the Nets did this season.
But, I guess we'll wait and see what happens.
Even has a fitting name for your targeted area.
If using a razor I suggest going the brain route, not the goat.
Man up and yank them out one by one down to the root. Problem solved.
K Love is good, not sure why everyone knocks his D playing ability, not like he's non-existent out there on the defensive end. He would've been a major factor in the finals, with him and Kyrie healthy, they Cavs could throw out that nasty line up of:
and still would've been able to match up with GS if they went big or small. In the finals and in games in general, K Love is another proven scorer and rebounder and helps space the floor better so teams can't pack the paint, unlike Thompson and Mozy.
I think if he does indeed come back next season, he'll put up better numbers. Especially if Kyrie is limited for awhile.
He did say when he committed that his recruitment was over and he's all Badgers.
Man, this '17 class is going to be stacked, could push for all-time great, especially
if when we repeat as National Champs, everyone will want to come aboard, or at least give tOSU a serious look.
Yeah but he's still pretty good. As a back up and starting one game behind Petty, he threw for 800 yards 8 TDs to only 1 INT and had almost 200 yards rushing and 3 TDs. With their system, those WRs and him being talented they should be pretty good again.
Hmm, don't see us taking a 4th RB.
We're sitting at #3 now. LSU jumped us with their latest commit.
That moves them up to #9 in class rankings. But they do have the lowest player average out of the top 10 at 87.5
True, but Mike Miller for his shooting should've played more. He wouldn't have struggled from 3 like all the other guys, and I'm surprised the Matrix never played. You know he would've gone all out and is another body who could've been thrown in there for a good 10 minutes. He may be old, but he can still provide size at the wing position or even slide down and guard Green when going small, and good D and rebounding.
Options were limited though, but I think the Cavs would've been in a much better situation had those two played more.
We did just get passed up by LSU for the 2nd overall spot.
I'm confused though, both LSU and tOSU have 16 recruits... LSU's avg player rating is 91.78 and tOSU's is 91.84, yet LSU ranks ahead of us in total points 255.87 to 254.06
JR is good when he's not the teams 2nd best offensive threat/ go to player. He can get into the lane but settles for to many fade away/contested jumpers and 3s. He's perfect for when the Cavs are At full strength and all eyes are focused on the big 3 where he can just run away the 3 pt line getting open looks.