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[Duarte] AAC commissioner Mike Aresco on future of the league: "I'm bullish on our prospects." He adds: "We are at a crossroads ... we have to get out of Group of Five. We don't belong there."

Source: https://twitter.com/Joseph_Duarte/status/1371168896544301058

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[Johnston] Kyle Dubas, asked if he's willing to trade a top prospect before this deadline: "Yes." twitter.com/reporterchris…
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[Dan Patrick Show] "Mac Jones is a better prospect than Tua. Mac Jones is going to go in the top ten from just what I've seen right now." [email protected] twitter.com/dpshow/status…
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[Vietti] Francisco Lindor, Carlos Carrasco, Nolan Arenado, Blake Snell, Yu Darvish, and Josh Bell were all traded this offseason. One MLB Top-100 prospect (No. 19 Luis Patino to TB) was needed to acquire these players. twitter.com/dannyvietti/s…
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The number of protesters on Nevsky Prospect in St. Petersburg.
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If you were a recruiter for your favorite school, what would your pitch be to your top prospect?

Recruiting is always fascinating to me, I think because it gives every school or program an opportunity to emphasize what sets them apart. If I were at the kitchen table for the Aggies, I’d really focus on the incredibly strong following the football team has (you’ll never play in front of anything but a sold out crowd), the litany of traditions and the trajectory of the program. Also if I were up against Oklahoma or Texas, I’d make sure to focus on playing in the SEC every weekend.

I’m especially interested in what mid-tier schools in their conference would have to say

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[Schrager] "I've said it before and I said it then after we worked him out. He (Patrick Mahomes) is probably the greatest quarterback draft prospect I'd ever seen coming out of college." -- Saints coach Sean Payton on @gmfb twitter.com/PSchrags/stat…
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I really don't know if there has a been a prospect I've flipped back and forth on as much as I have Zach Wilson

You could ask me right now what my opinion is on Zach Wilson and ask again this evening, and probably think it was two completely different takes. Theres a lot of good and a lot of bad that, apparently depending on my mood, I latch on to and am either a big fan or huge critic. And a lot of the negative isn't really quantifiable, but like Michael Scott said, I'm not super stitious, but I am a little stitious, and some of those concerns I have a hard time pushing out of my mind.

The Good

  • His arm. It's electric. I really buy a lot into natural arm talent and think the ability to just make throws when things are breaking down or not in a perfect situation is unbelievably valuable. I think it's why Mahomes and Stafford are so special. The cliche of things you can't teach, well the multiple arm angles/arm talent might be one of the poster boy traits that fall under that.

  • The reports from coaches and teammates, especially in regards to work ethic. Apparently Wilson loves football and understands every aspect to succeeding, from putting in work with a qb guru on his own to spending coach-like hours in the film room. All men aren't created equal (🚨🚨🚨), but in the NFL, they're all elite athletes and athleticism alone won't carry you. Having that work ethic and appreciation for entire process (athletically, mechanically, film, etc), makes it way more likely he develops and succeeds.

  • The tape in general, feels like he was the best player on the field, but we'll also get into that in the negatives too. But overall, after a cursory watch, it doesn't take much effort to think, damn, this kid is good. He looks like an NFL QB and his success and wow plays, I don't really look at and think "that won't work in the NFL". The arm is easily translatable, the way he extends plays and keeps eyes down field is translatable. Watching the tape without overthinking it makes me like him

  • The attitude. Another one we'll touch on a second time, but at times I love the attitude. Hes got a swagger about him and is very much a gunslinger. Which, as a Lions fan, I love. Its the arm and the gunslinger mentality paired with the toughness that makes me love Stafford, and this guy is a gunslinger when it's all said and done. I loved Favre despite playing for packers (ftp), Stafford is my favorite player ever, and Mahomes is the most exciting player to watch in football. Something about a gunslinger is just more fun and a blast to support.

The Bad

  • That exact same attitude
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[Transfermarkt] #USMNT prospect Matthew Hoppe has a gentlemen's agreement with Schalke that would allow him to leave the club. transfermarkt.us/hoppe-to…
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Model of Park Slope/Prospect Heights I'm building in SimCity 4 reddit.com/gallery/m6oi31
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Who is your favorite prospect in the system right now?

Personally huge fan of Montreal’s Luke Tuch. I love looking at prospects and β€œscouting” them (yea I know it sounds cringy) but I do enjoy doing it. Curious to hear if you guys like any sleepers that aren’t talked about! Thanks!

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[Shilton] Would Kyle Dubas consider trading a top prospect to improve #Leafs this season? "Yes." mobile.twitter.com/kriste…
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[Daily Mail] Manchester City are favourites to land Β£100m-rated Jack Grealish this summer. "Grealish himself is understood to be excited at the prospect of linking up with such a multi-talented squad." dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo…
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[Zach Lowe] on the Lowe Post β€œI’m not giving up Jaden McDaniels. I know teams have asked Minnesota about him, and I’ll leave it at that. I would hold on to him, I think he’s an interesting prospect.”

Link to the episode where they talk about this

And I honestly agree with him on that. The kid is tenacious on defence despite his slender frame and certainly a capable shooter (37% on the season) so the perfect 3&D wing moving forward.

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Who is the most underrated/slept on prospect in the 2021 draft.

Out of all the analysis that is generated in the run up to the draft, which player do you believe is being undervalued the most and why?

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Kyle Pitts - TE, Florida - Prospect Profile with film clips

The 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Profile series features prominent 2021 NFL Draft prospects with film analysis and scouting insights. I have experience working in college football and have been studying the NFL Draft for over 15 years. My analysis is based on film study and analytics.

A common misconception about the NFL Draft is that the college and pro games are very similar. They are not. Besides the obvious difference in speed and skill level, a college field has different hash mark distances and different rules. There are specific schemes and plays that NFL teams copy from college and vice versa. But the differences between the two are understated in NFL Draft coverage. There's a reason many highly-productive college players are not considered legitimate professionals.

To that end, scouting prospects is not about evaluating college performance, it’s about projecting traits that translate to the next level. This is not limited to just physical traits. There are certain football traits that are evident in college film and will translate to the pro game. For example, a wide receiver being able to get in and out of breaks efficiently will not change from college to pro. On the flip side, an edge rusher who got most of his sacks due to hustle or missed offensive line assignments may not have shown translatable traits on film.Β We will continue our draft coverage this year with arguably the best TE prospect of all-time in Florida's Kyle Pitts.

Kyle Pitts: Profile

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When you look up "Matchup Nightmare" in the dictionary, you see a picture of Kyle Pitts. Pitts has extremely rare athleticism for his size at 6-6, 246, with long arms, huge hands, and a suddenness to his game that compares to Travis Kelce. He was a beast at Florida, totaling 1,492 yards and 18 TD in just 24 career games. At just 20 years old, I believe Pitts is the best TE prospect ever.

Labeling Pitts as TE is misleading. He played all over the formation at Florida, and will likely do the same in the pros. He can play outside, slot, inline, or at H-back.Β  His skill set is as versatile as any prospect in this draft class. Many NFL TEs are limited to a few routes. Pitts can flex out and run slants like Mike Evans, then put his hand in the dirt and bl

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IMO Alex Smith would be the perfect bridge QB for a draft prospect. Mahomes still praises Smith to this day as a great mentor.
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Anyone just wanna cry at the prospect of working 40+ hrs/week for 40+ years into the future?

I majored in business and have a nice job. It's interesting, the pay is good for being entry level, my coworkers are great and I love being financially independent.

That being said, I already feel super drained after a full day of work. I have little time to do my hobbies and for my side business during work days. So I stay up super late so I can get some time to myself and get sleep deprived over the week. Saturday is spent sleeping in, spending time with my fiance and finally getting some free time. Sunday is spent doing household chores and dreading the upcoming week.

When I think about how this is going to be the rest of my life I just wanna fucking cry tbh. I realize that I'm in a privileged position especially considering the pandemic, but it makes me feel so hopeless and sad sometimes. It's been two years at this job, I wonder if I can get used to it some day? At this point I think I just hate working in general because it's not my job that's the issue, it's the amount of time it takes up in my life. I'd be completely happy to work 20-30 hrs a week but having only two work-free days a week is killing me. Especially when those days are for catching up for everything I couldn't do during the work week.

Idk how to deal with this, or how most of the working population does it. If you have any advice i'd really appreciate that.

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How do you feel about the prospect of never owning a home?

I'm in a bad career path, and that's entirely my choice and fault. A lot of my friends own their places and I feel bad about missing the boat. I spoke to a bank and they highest I'd be approved for is something 5 hours away.

It feels really bad knowing you've missed the boat on condo/home ownership and even if somehow even if you got into the market here it would be in somewhere that feels way too small.

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That time you were really, really, really wrong about a prospect... told all your friends and pretended like it never happened.

I remember both sentences coming out of my mouth "Fultz looks more like D Wade as anyone I've seen"... and "Why would you draft Curry when you already got Monta?"

Ooff... Think we've all done it. Hell MJ drafted Kwame Brown. No shame. Worth a laugh.

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Who are your Top 3 Safest Prospects in the Draft?

The old Aaron Curry question. Who in this draft class do you consider to be the safest prospect? By that I mean which player do you consider the least likely to bust? It doesn’t mean they have to be All-Pros they just have to avoid that catastrophic bust label and be a consistent contributor for years to come. I’m asking who are your Top 3 because in my opinion there’s two obvious ones. Here are mine:

  1. QB Trevor Lawrence. Duh. Highest rated prospect since Luck. Has been consistently great since High School. You get the label β€œcan make all the throws” a lot, but this guy truly lives up to it. Played in some of the highest pressure stages. Great mobility. I just cannot for any reason see him being terrible in the NFL.

  2. OT Penei Sewell. My other obvious one. He took over the job of blind side protector at the age of 17 at a Top 15 program in the country. He allowed 5 pressures and 1 sack across two seasons. He also has the athleticism to be an absolute mauler in the trenches and reach second level blocks pretty easily. I cannot see him falling flat on his face either.

  3. TE Kyle Pitts. This is my non-obvious one. I worry a bit about Kyle Pitts’s physical style leaving him open to injury. But in all honesty I can’t see someone with his size, route running ability and catch radius busting. He may not be a WR1 that many people are claiming his ceiling to be, but he’s certainly at the very least bound to be a big contributor from the TE position. I think his floor is Jimmy Graham and Jimmy Graham during his tenure in New Orleans was a Top 10 receiving target.

So those are my Top 3 safest players. What about you?

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What lottery teams do you want to see the top prospects on most?

I'll start with this example - Evan Mobley on the Pelicans. The Pelicans obviously have a super promising young core. Zion is a superstar in the making, Ingram is already a star with some superstar potential, and Lonzo has blossomed into a hell of a two-way guard providing shooting, defense, playmaking, and just absurd passing.

A front court of Ingram/Zion/Mobley with Zo in the backcourt would be absurd. Mobley is the rim protecting 3PT shooting big man that I dream of seeing next to Zion allowing the Pelicans to run 5-out offense. Mobley's athleticism would shine with Lonzo's passing and ability to ignite fast breaks.

I'd also love to see Mobley in the hands of Fred Vinson who seems to have a claim at being the best shooting coach in the league. His work with Zo, Ingram, and Zion so far has been absurd. I think he'd fully unlock Mobley's shooting and make him a monster.

The Pelicans are already #2 in the league on offense. Mobley can be the centerpiece of a great defense and improve them from the depths of 28th. The length Zo, Ingram, and Mobley provide could smother teams, and if Zion can get back to being the disruptive defender he was at Duke they'd have the makings of an elite defense to compliment that elite offense.

They'd have four-out-of-five positions in the starting five filled for the next decade.

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Which Players/Prospects predictions were you right about and which ones were you laughably wrong about?

I think it's safe to say most anyone who's followed hockey for any significant length of time has either bought into the hype of a player who disappointed massively, or bought in early on a player before that hype built and had a "I told ya so!" Moment.

What are some of you guys best and worst predictions And why? Bonus points if it's not the obvious Yakupov being bad, Datsyuk or Zetterberg being absolute steals. I'll start

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Right about Palmieri thriving outside of Anaheim. I didn't think he'd ever amount to much in Anaheim due to the difference in his style of play but thought he'd do very well in a different system.

Right about Alex Debrincat being a steal in the second rd. Debrincat was one of my favorite prospects in the 2016 draft, I so badly wanted the Ducks to take him with one of their two first rders thinking he was one of the more dynamic players in the draft.

Wrong about Jonathan Drouin being the best player in the 2013 draft. Watching Drouin play in juniors I was convinced he was going to be the next big thing. He made things look effortless and I thought TB absolutely won the draft getting him at 3. He's still a pretty good player but I'm not sure he's even a top 10 player out of that draft.

Wrong about Valerie Nichushkin being an elite goal scorer. Ok this one isn't my fault really, I hadn't watched any of him prior to the draft but the analysts were hyping him up as Ovechkin'esque and I was very excited about him and thought he'd be a 30 goal guy in his sleep.

Wrong about Emerson Etem being a big time player in the NHL. This one was me getting too excited about a very small sample size but I was enamored with Etem after his 2013-14 playoffs performance. He was high energy, high event and so fun to watch. I thought that 5 points in 7 games in the playoffs was his coming out party. Then the next season rolled around and it became very apparent dude couldn't shoot. Like, at all.

What are some of your bigger OOF or Wow predictions. These are some of my more kinda random ones.

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I just spammed my β€œA” list prospects in a total error . Uhh

I just committed to biggest dumbass error on earth showing my coworker how to throw out a mass email. For some reason I had my β€œpreview” turned off and instead of previewing the messages so I could stop before it send out the messages it actually send an ultra generic spam email where is just says NAME, instead of inserting their name and COMPANY NAME instead of their actual name. In the preview typically is where those are mapped. The program shot them out without the mapping preview with NO WAY to recall the messages.

Send them out and man am I feeling so stupid. More of a vent than anything - gotta laugh for not crying right?

Good luck out there guys

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NFL Prospect and Part Time NBA Player Anthony Edwards On His MLB Chances streamable.com/1h0mcp
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Is there such a thing as a pitching prospect? Analyzing the top arms from the past 10 years

Is there really such a thing as a pitching prospect? I’ve seen a lot of questions in the Daily Thread about what breakout pitching prospects to target, or asking for advice on proposed trades where a high-end arm is the centerpiece. We talk a lot about how getting an ace is so important especially with the inflated home run numbers we saw the past two years, but is it really the best return on our money? Breakout pitchers come from all over. Jacob DeGrom was the 19th best prospect in just the Mets system when he debuted. When Shane Bieber got called up ESPN didn’t even have them in their player pool! Is getting pitchers before they debut the most prudent strategy? Let’s look back at MLB Pipeline’s top prospects going back to 2011, when Jonathan Mayo started ranking top prospects for them and see what results we got from the top guys each year.

  • 2011

Matt Moore 3

Julio Tehran 4

Shelby Miller 5

Martin Perez 8

Jameson Taillon 9

Honorable Mentions: Manny Banuelos 13, Casey Kelly 14

Best Outcomes: Jake Odorizzi 16, Carlos Martinez 25, Chris Archer 38

And we’re off! Matt Moore would’ve cost you a pretty penny to invest in as the third-best prospect behind Bryce Harper and Mike Trout back in the day. He then spent two years as a regular top-100 pick in Fantasy Pros ADP (Pick 99 in 2012, Pick 98 in 2013) and then got 10 innings out of him in 2014 and his career best ERA since then in 4.08. It’s not like you held him in your dynasty league when he was in Japan last year. Julio Teheran was a solid option for a few years, spending four years as a top 100 pick in ADP topping out at 69 in 2015. However, he was never quite a fantasy ace due to a career K/9 of 7.8, but had a solid run of strong ratios from 2013-2016. If you sold then, you’re pretty happy. Shelby Miller was a man crush of mine, I overvalued plenty of Cardinals prospects 10 years ago as a believer in their player development program. Hopefully you maximized value during his solid three year run of 2013-2015. Martin Perez has had a solid career if you like mid-4 ERAs and a career K/9 of 5.9. Jameson Taillon is an interesting case, a top prospect that has dealt with a myriad of injuries and came back from cancer. His story still has some chapters left, but 10 years after he graced top prospect lists you only have one good year to show for your investment with a 3.20 ERA in 2018. Imagine what you could’ve done with that roster spot in the last decade.

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Bleacher Report's Top 100 Prospect Big Board 1.0 bleacherreport.com/articl…
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⚠️ Prospects of what shills may do in the near future

Shills will try to:

At the gamma squeezes:

  • Install into your smooth brain unnecessary needs to buy whatever you can buy except GME. E.g. other stocks, crypto, physical objects;
  • Convince you that it was the squeeze;

At the main squeeze:

  • Make you sell "to break even";
  • Convince you that the squeeze is over (especially when the trading is halted);
  • Convince you that a lot of investors decided to sell at a specific price;
  • Convince you that a lot of investors will be too afraid of the price falling that they'll sell a lot of shares and the price will fall for real (especially when the trading is halted);
  • Make you sell a few shares "in case the price will fall";

After the squeeze:

  • Make you sell because "the squeeze is over";

In all the cases we'll get: some fake DDs; lots of sarcastic memes, posts and comments; mixed feelings posts and comments about GME and other stocks or crypto.

Some good news will be presented as bad news. E.g. the resignation of the CFO.

Eat healthy, eat crayons.

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Zach Lowe on the Lowe Post β€œI’m not giving up Jaden McDaniels. I know teams have asked Minnesota about him, and I’ll leave it at that. I would hold on to him, I think he’s an interesting prospect.”

Link to episode, wolves talk is at the very end in the last 5 or so minutes. An intriguing episode altogether, discussing big market advantages over small markets. Highly recommend the listen.

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