A Lot of Seniors


#1

Looking over the roster, this team is built to compete this year. The question is, with 22 seniors, will we continue to bring in senior transfers, or take a step back to rebuild with a large freshman recruiting class.


#2

22 is a year. There iare probably 20 Juniors, 20 Sophomors, etc.


(Cristian) #3

I think we can only offer 20 scholies this class so im guessing we will continue getting Sr Transfers and coach the classes up.


#4

Yeah, I think CMA needs a couple more years before we aren’t too dependent on transfers.


(Randy ) #5

The issue is that it can become systemic. Each senior transfer takes away 1 of the 25 ships for the year. If you rely too heavily every year, you will have to continue it.

I’m not saying it’s the wrong approach. Just saying it’s a tough thing to balance if we don’t want to do it long term.


#6

I don’t think we’ll have as many as 6 graduate transfers, plus Chambers. And it’s not like we’re just getting transfers, all of them are talented from big schools from positions we needed veteran depth. I think CMA may go the juco route more in 2019 as they have have 3 of them already. And yes, UH will have around a class of 20 in '19.


#7

I have no problem with this. CMA’s first class will be Juniors or red shirt Sophomores. Next season is bright if King decides to come back, watch out!


(Jimmy Morris) #8

If King doesn’t come back, it’s because someone beat him out for the starting position. Not because he has a shot at getting drafted by the NFL.


(Patrick) #9

#10

You’re thinking too logical. We see players leave early every year (not just Coogs) with the idea that they will get drafted. King could very well have the same thought process.