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shawn kemps kids


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I am all 19 of Shawn Kemp's kids. We all post.

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Comment 2 hours ago

 Seems precisely like what Dabo or Franklin would do. 

The NCAA will happily tell you that coaches cannot reach out to players unless they are in the portal and coaches would definitely never cheat the system, because the NCAA is the best organization in the world!

Comment 18 Apr 2019

You're hoping he is and you're believing all the hype about the Fields, but the fact is he had less game experience than Tate.

According to sportsreference.com, Fields played in 12 games vs. Tate's 6. Fields threw 39 times, rushed 24 and had one catch. Tate threw 28 times, rushed 22 times and had no catches. I think Fields had more game experience than Tate. 

Comment 18 Apr 2019

You don’t go from “I love Ohio State, I don’t shy from competition” to entering the transfer portal in 5 days.

Have you met our former back up QB, Tate Martell, who did the same thing?

Comment 12 Apr 2019

That, according to him, is the attribute/mental attitude of a NC contending team.

What does he know about NC contending teams? The only time Michigan, with him as a player or coach, could be considered "NC contending" was his freshman year in 1991 when they got blown out by both FSU and Washington. 

Comment 10 Apr 2019

So why shouldn't EVERY player on EVERY team go ahead and declare?

Some teams do. Cal has every UK player, even the walk-ons, go through the process. It's also a great way to network for those who don't have a shot at playing in the NBA but want to have some sort of career in the league. 

Comment 09 Apr 2019

Bush, Kinnel, & Winovich's replacements are higher rated recruits.

Again, that means nothing. Nor does it answer my question.

That's not what the data says.  Recruiting rankings are correlated highly with success.  It might not be 100%, but it surely means something.  

It means nothing, especially knowing Winovich and Bush vastly outplayed their recruiting rankings. 

Comment 09 Apr 2019

 So, that would mean three guys would be better and/or more productive next year according to that statement.

No it does not. Winovich and Bush being Michigan's best defensive players in 2018 do not mean Long and Kinnel's replacements will be better or more productive next year. How does one possibly come to that conclusion? That's illogical.

Also, based on the recruiting information I've provided the replacements for both Winovich and Bush are higher rated recruits.

That means nothing. 

Comment 08 Apr 2019

but I'm curious why you think the players behind them that are stepping into starting roles are not as good.

Probably because 2 of the 5 you listed (Bush and Winovich) were without a doubt the best players on Michigan's defense and Gary was without a doubt the most talented, albeit often unproductive. It's really not that hard to figure out why OP thinks the replacements won't be as good. Surely you knew that.

Comment 03 Apr 2019

LOL well played. This went over a lot of people's heads. 

For this who don't know Aportis copy/pasted a post from an Alabama board when they landed Tua. Edit: TYBG beat me to it. 

Comment 03 Apr 2019

 but as I stated last fall it's troubling to see that no CB's or DT's have Ohio State listed as targets or favorites this late in the year.

Well that is simply untrue. You have Henry as a target and favorite who will likely end up at DT, As for CB you have guys like Ringo, Davis, Phillips, Gray, McGlothern and Cavazos*, Martinez* as guys who are targets or favorites.  *Could end up at another position.