Two guys running to first base. One guy is near perfect and scores high in every single category while the other guy is terrible and scores poorly, however both men make it to first base at the exact same time. Who do you draft?
Is Mett going to be in new york for the draft?
quote:I agree. It makes some sort of assumption that the guy who scored high has reached his potential. It's also kinduv dumb to draft a baseball player solely on how fast he gets to first base.
That doesn't make any sense. If the one guy has already almost reached perfection in everything outside of running to 1st, why would you take a project who can ultimately only reach the same level as the other player. That's a feel good story for the average man that doesn't have work ethic.
quote:I swear some of you are insufferable on this topic.
Hell I could be accurate pitching it around to wide open receivers 95% of the time.
quote:Yea, I agree with this.I don't want to see him get stuck on some NFL team with the coach on the hot seat or with no supporting talent around him. Seems like the same group of teams are drafting first ever year because they're black holes for talent. God if mett can just avoid Cleveland or Jacksonville,yuk!
They just have to be put in good situations to succeed.