- Apr 19, 2010
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I am not nor have I ever stated I'm a physician. I didn't even stay at a Holiday Inn last night.You’ve stated in the posts before that you’re a physician. Correct?
then how can you not understand how a player with a very serious untreated medical condition, like diabetes would fall down the depth chart at a school that stockpiles 4/5DL?
This guy has no on field experience either.What don't you like? We have 2 DTs with any experience, and Richter doesn't have much. I don't see how attempting to bring in a DT transfer can be viewed as a negative, even if he isn't as good of a player as you were hoping for.
Really, okay. I thought for sure you said you were a doc in the Air Force, so apparently you are not whether you remember a public declaration or not,I am not nor have I ever stated I'm a physician.
Good for u and your marital blissI didn't even stay at a Holiday Inn last night.
I missed that it was diagnosed then and the treatment began when it did - my error.However...his diabetes was diagnosed as a RS Freshman. And he's been treated since. An article I posted, written in Feb 2020, said he had been receiving treatment for some time and had restored the weight he had lost and was fully engaged in all weight training and team activities.
I disagree, per my above point above, and I guess you aren’t a physician after all.So the diabetes angle is in the distant past
I would hope and think that the medical staff is on too of it and that’s ready to go, as he’s receiving proper care/treatment.... and we better hope it's in the past, no? If it's still a problem, wouldn't that follow to MN?
You mean Clark and many other transfers that have left us and overall competitiveness is significantly less than Clemson and their throughbreeds.He wasn't able to get on the field.
Your other post stated 2020, so u were wrong too bro.It was diagnosed some time in 2019. The only coherent reasoning is it has been treated since.
I said the article was published in Feb 2020, by which time he had been diagnosed, under treatment, regained weight, and fully participating in team activities.Your other post stated 2020, so u were wrong too bro.
I've been told how highly rated and who offered a kid in HS no longer matter once they set foot on campus.None of us know how good Jefferies can be. There’s a million examples of guys that didn’t play much for years then broke through. We do know he was good enough in high school to be offered by the best programs in the country. We do know we have unproven commodities at DT. We know the staff has a lot more resources to evaluate whether or not Jefferies can help this team or not.
Fine, be pessimistic about it. It’s completely reasonable to add a DT. If he ends up being good enough to be in the rotation then it was a nice addition. If he’s not well he won’t eat the scholarship for long. We just had a great defense with zero super stars on it, Jefferies doesn’t have to be a super star to be worth the scholarship.I've been told how highly rated and who offered a kid in HS no longer matter once they set foot on campus.
Seems to be only for transfers OUT though.
Yeah, HS highlight films should barely be considered when looking at incoming freshman. Not all that hard to make any decent player look amazing in a highlight video. Film from 4 years ago just helps show why he was so sought after out of high school.I mean, HS film should not be a consideration when one is four years removed from it. What they did in HS means nothing now.
I assume he is better now. I don’t care what he did in high school, but he LOOKED impressive as far as size and mobility, and I think that matters.I mean, HS film should not be a consideration when one is four years removed from it. What they did in HS means nothing now.
Agree, this just shows where he was at prior to dealing with his medical condition and then falling on the depth chart.Yeah, HS highlight films should barely be considered when looking at incoming freshman. Not all that hard to make any decent player look amazing in a highlight video. Film from 4 years ago just helps show why he was so sought after out of high school.
He’s only going to be a second year player. Same with Shuster and Booker.Two Words
Two words. Boys Mafe.I agree, Eastern with college game experience will help us.
We are doing well in the transfer balance sheet.I would be cool with an annual tradition where we add a transfer from Clemson and Abilene Christian. Heck toss Notre Dame in there as well as we have now pulled a couple from them also just not every year.