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  • ntxduckntxduck Posts: 2,341
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    Really deserving of its own thread
    Baseman
  • DJDuckDJDuck Posts: 4,563
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    edited July 6
    I’m glad you thought so. Really deserving, insightful and friendly post, as usual.
  • NorthwestFreshNorthwestFresh Posts: 2,595
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    ntxduck said:

    Really deserving of its own thread

    What’s the problem with the post?

    All I’ve read from you here is when you embarrassingly botched when Kayvon Thibodeaux is draft-eligible or ankle-biting at @DJDuck. Any Duck content is welcomed by me. Thanks DJ.
    SFGbobgreenbloodDJDuckdnctrublue
  • DJDuckDJDuck Posts: 4,563
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    Denada NW Fresh-Thanks 😁
  • DJDuckDJDuck Posts: 4,563
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    Keanu Williams set to make his commitment on Saturday July 11th at 5 pm. 😀🤞
  • ntxduckntxduck Posts: 2,341
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    ntxduck said:

    Really deserving of its own thread

    What’s the problem with the post?

    All I’ve read from you here is when you embarrassingly botched when Kayvon Thibodeaux is draft-eligible or ankle-biting at @DJDuck. Any Duck content is welcomed by me. Thanks DJ.
    I didn’t botch anything. We all have twitter. I don’t see the point in recycling every duck-related tweet in existence into its own thread
    dnc
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 17,454
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    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Really deserving of its own thread

    What’s the problem with the post?

    All I’ve read from you here is when you embarrassingly botched when Kayvon Thibodeaux is draft-eligible or ankle-biting at @DJDuck. Any Duck content is welcomed by me. Thanks DJ.
    I didn’t botch anything. We all have twitter. I don’t see the point in recycling every duck-related tweet in existence into its own thread
    I don't have twitter and I don't follow any other Duck website. Pretty much all of the information I get on Duck recruiting I get here. You guys have some kind of weird hard on for DJ. He isn't hurting anyone and frankly I appreciate his posts.
    DJDuckNorthwestFreshdOgmastertrublue
  • HuskyJWHuskyJW Posts: 9,761
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    Surprisingly well spoken
  • IPukeOregonGrellowIPukeOregonGrellow Posts: 1,689
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    This gulag still exists?
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,299
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    This is better than the throne at least
  • NorthwestFreshNorthwestFresh Posts: 2,595
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    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Really deserving of its own thread

    What’s the problem with the post?

    All I’ve read from you here is when you embarrassingly botched when Kayvon Thibodeaux is draft-eligible or ankle-biting at @DJDuck. Any Duck content is welcomed by me. Thanks DJ.
    I didn’t botch anything. We all have twitter. I don’t see the point in recycling every duck-related tweet in existence into its own thread
    So were you saying he may sit out the next two seasons until he’s draft-eligible in 2022?

    Seems like a dumb take if that’s what you meant.

    https://hardcorehusky.com/discussion/comment/1334636/#Comment_1334636
  • ntxduckntxduck Posts: 2,341
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    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid
    dnc
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,299
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    ntxduck said:

    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid

    This plan works better for basketball than football
    dncNorthwestFresh
  • NorthwestFreshNorthwestFresh Posts: 2,595
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    ntxduck said:

    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid

    This plan works better for basketball than football
    Two years without playing in a game and training with personal coaches isn’t going elevate anyone’s NFL draft stock. Football is a contact sport and bodies get conditioned to take contact. How do you improve as a DE without actual practice and games? How does a CB get better without playing in coverage schemes? Shooty ball is much easier because positions are largely interchangeable and the game itself isn’t nearly as complex scheme l-wise and position-wise as football. As an example, a DT has nothing in common with a WR. May as well be a different sport within the same sport in terms of skills and what’s asked of a player.
  • ntxduckntxduck Posts: 2,341
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    ntxduck said:

    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid

    This plan works better for basketball than football
    Two years without playing in a game and training with personal coaches isn’t going elevate anyone’s NFL draft stock. Football is a contact sport and bodies get conditioned to take contact. How do you improve as a DE without actual practice and games? How does a CB get better without playing in coverage schemes? Shooty ball is much easier because positions are largely interchangeable and the game itself isn’t nearly as complex scheme l-wise and position-wise as football. As an example, a DT has nothing in common with a WR. May as well be a different sport within the same sport in terms of skills and what’s asked of a player.
    KT is already a top 10 pick. 2 years of elite physical training to work on his size (his only current knock) and his stock isn’t dropping at all.
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,299
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    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid

    This plan works better for basketball than football
    Two years without playing in a game and training with personal coaches isn’t going elevate anyone’s NFL draft stock. Football is a contact sport and bodies get conditioned to take contact. How do you improve as a DE without actual practice and games? How does a CB get better without playing in coverage schemes? Shooty ball is much easier because positions are largely interchangeable and the game itself isn’t nearly as complex scheme l-wise and position-wise as football. As an example, a DT has nothing in common with a WR. May as well be a different sport within the same sport in terms of skills and what’s asked of a player.
    KT is already a top 10 pick. 2 years of elite physical training to work on his size (his only current knock) and his stock isn’t dropping at all.
    You can't duplicate the elite physical training of a football season. His draft stock would drop, which is why nobody has done that yet.
    dnc
  • dncdnc Posts: 46,543
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    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid

    This plan works better for basketball than football
    Two years without playing in a game and training with personal coaches isn’t going elevate anyone’s NFL draft stock. Football is a contact sport and bodies get conditioned to take contact. How do you improve as a DE without actual practice and games? How does a CB get better without playing in coverage schemes? Shooty ball is much easier because positions are largely interchangeable and the game itself isn’t nearly as complex scheme l-wise and position-wise as football. As an example, a DT has nothing in common with a WR. May as well be a different sport within the same sport in terms of skills and what’s asked of a player.
    KT is already a top 10 pick. 2 years of elite physical training to work on his size (his only current knock) and his stock isn’t dropping at all.
    You can't duplicate the elite physical training of a football season. His draft stock would drop, which is why nobody has done that yet.
    I see both sides of this quook Civil War (fuck off!!!), butt I lean more to this side.

    I think he'd be a first rounder in that event butt probably not a top 10 pick.

    Honestly it would probably come down to his combine.
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,299
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    dnc said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    I don’t think there will be a season this year. If that happens, a lot of top kids draft eligible in 2022 will sign with agents to get paid now and just train at high end facilities instead of putting wear and tear on their bodies.You already saw a few basketball guys do it pre Covid

    This plan works better for basketball than football
    Two years without playing in a game and training with personal coaches isn’t going elevate anyone’s NFL draft stock. Football is a contact sport and bodies get conditioned to take contact. How do you improve as a DE without actual practice and games? How does a CB get better without playing in coverage schemes? Shooty ball is much easier because positions are largely interchangeable and the game itself isn’t nearly as complex scheme l-wise and position-wise as football. As an example, a DT has nothing in common with a WR. May as well be a different sport within the same sport in terms of skills and what’s asked of a player.
    KT is already a top 10 pick. 2 years of elite physical training to work on his size (his only current knock) and his stock isn’t dropping at all.
    You can't duplicate the elite physical training of a football season. His draft stock would drop, which is why nobody has done that yet.
    I see both sides of this quook Civil War (fuck off!!!), butt I lean more to this side.

    I think he'd be a first rounder in that event butt probably not a top 10 pick.

    Honestly it would probably come down to his combine.
    And putting all of your eggs into the combine is a big risk, and lets say he falls from say a top 10 pick to a late first rounder. That could cost him around $10m in guaranteed money.

    He's much better off playing the season, and getting an insurance policy, which is often paid for by the school.
    dnc
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