- Feb 19, 2013
He also projects him as the starting center for us. Which I also think is likely.
How many different players have these experts said will start? Rothstein alone has named like 8 different players lol.
His eybl stats were WAY better than some much higher ranked 2021s. Because he's on the smaller side for his position anjd he's more of a traditional post player. But 6'9 is plenty big enough for college and hopefully keeps him around for a couple years
AS could end up being the UConn version of Draymond Green in our Small Ball Lineups..Sanogo also has more skill than many are giving him credit for. He’s showed special flashes of dynamic talent and if reports are to be believed he’s improving fast. Versatile small ball center power/agility/skill, who can clearly rebound the hell out of the ball, is a first round commodity. 2 great years sounds beautiful.
Bouknight impact? Plus another freshman touted for a similar rise in Andre Jackson?
Time will tell. We know they’re getting pushed in practice. Tyrese Josh and Isaiah want to play(everyone else too).
I doubt he starts. We'll ease him in like James.
Would be willing to bet you a Blaze pizza that the opening night lineup will be different than the closing night lineup.. Too much new talent on roster to think otherwise..Seems like 2, 4, 5 are set with Bouknight, Polley, Whaley. Seems like it's gonna come down to Cole/Gaffney at the 1 and Jackson/Martin at the 3. The thing with moving Whaley or Sanogo to the 4 is it really clogs the paint which limits a lot of what we all expect Jackson and Bouknight to do when they're in
Not exactly going out on a limb there. There's gonna be multiple starting lineups throughout the year, but can't predict who's gonna be injured or out because of Covid to guess a lineup for the middle of the season or the last gameWould be willing to bet you a Blaze pizza that the opening night lineup will be different than the closing night lineup.. Too much new talent on roster to think otherwise..