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mockjocks 12th Warrior


Member since 28 December 2012 | Blog

Joined in '12 after watching Amir Williams performances. Became active in early '15 with the only regret that I didn't do it sooner


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1/1/2015, period. Was there live for: 59-0, in a luxury box. Pepper sprayed on field of The Game '02. In the stadium for 01, 02, 05, 06 wins against TUN. (unfortunate to be in attendance for '99, '03 TUN losses). Fortunate to have attended numerous other major sporting events in person.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: 90s - Gary Berry (ask me why, lol); 2000s - Teddy Ballgame; 2010s - #Brax #EzE
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jamar Butler. My dude was underrated
  • NFL TEAM: Extreme levels of fantasy football since 2001
  • NBA TEAM: Indiana Pacers for as long as I can remember
  • MLB TEAM: Playoff baseball > any other pro sport playoff

Recent Activity

Comment 25 Feb 2017

Nick stepped in and was so stable for them. He was one of the 3-5 players who gave the Jets stability for a lot of years when they contended those few years. He should get scooped up pretty quick.

Comment 21 Feb 2017

I follow you, Squirrel - I agree with a lot of what you're saying, believe it or not. I think the potential is there for comparisons down the road, just not now. I need to see more. I've seen Kaleb play quite a bit the past 2 seasons, and he has continued to develop. I just don't see the comparisons to Sully just yet. Sully literally could step on the court with anyone in the country his senior year. I watched Sully a lot in HS, and he was just light years ahead of where Kaleb is now, IMO. 

Comment 20 Feb 2017

Sullinger was one of the best players in the country, coming out of HS - I agree, BMinster. I remember Sully being ranked ahead of Kyrie Irving, and other future Major NBA players like Enes Canter and Tristan Thompson.

Wesson is a good get, and a must-have being local - but to compare him to Sullinger is a disservice to both Kaleb and Sully. He's going to have to develop. Sully stepped on the court and was a difference maker from the opening tip. He was a dominant college basketball player, and we miss having guys like that on our roster dearly.