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Any talk of guys that will not be returning? I know we need some to make the numbers work.
I don't think you will get a clear answer until after the bowl game.
"That was Death Valley. It's where opponent's dreams come to die." - Miles
Correct. At this point it's only speculation, especially on kids who will leave for another program/playing time.
"I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and then... do it for the rest of your life." - Max Fisher
Shea, who do you see leaving for another school? Randall and Magee? Any others?
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I am interested in this.
Several players come to mind.
Paul Turner, J. Fobbs, maybe Magee(he should stay, he will get more PT, I think, next year), Armand Williams, Justin Maclin, Evan Washington, DJ Welter, J. Randall (maybe), Nic Jacobs (maybe).
Would this open the door for a guy like Courtney Gardner to come in during the summer if he qualifies?
Regards to All,
I know it's all speculation at this point but I would think that Maclin would want to stay if Montgomery and Mingo both leave. He'll have a chance in the spring to battle for a starting spot and at worst be a rotation guy I would think. I'd assume that Hunter and Rasco are ahead of him at this point but who knows what might happen.
I could certainly see why the rest of that list would leave, except Jacobs, but maybe there's some off the field concern that we don't know about.
I don't like to speculate on such things but all you have to do is look over the roster and the obvious candidates stick out pretty easily. My issue is always the 1-2 guys that leave unexpectedly. I hate those. Ton of kids on the roster I don't want to see leave but quite a few that make sense that they would. Our roster is loaded imo
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