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jrevonte
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re: Jeremy Hill's Indefinite Suspension


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What is the latest?

Hill = AA type player


i think the wait is to see whether the judge will revoke his probation...







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Cincinnati Bowtie
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re: Jeremy Hill's Indefinite Suspension


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Some people think that on this level the smaller backs with small hands have a higher propensity to fumble the football when they are struck by these bigger Defensive players

Yeah, I think this is the growing sentiment. I would imagine the smaller handed kids would be looked at more on the defensive side if the ball. Amazing how detailed everything is now!

Not sure how big Sione is going to get, his parents have the typical big Samoan build. He's put on 30lbs and 2.5 inches this past year, while increasing his strength and speed (365 bench, 600 squat).
Oh, and my opinion is Judge Bonnie Jackson will not revoke Jeremy's Probation. She may add a year, but she's not going to put him in jail. Just my opinion though, from knowing a little about her.



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Sheetbend
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re: Jeremy Hill's Indefinite Suspension


Probably depends on what the DA recommends.





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Cincinnati Bowtie
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DA is a big time LSU guy. Tough spot for him, but he'll do what's right, I trust.





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GetmorewithLes
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re: Jeremy Hill's Indefinite Suspension


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Oh, and my opinion is Judge Bonnie Jackson will not revoke Jeremy's Probation. She may add a year, but she's not going to put him in jail. Just my opinion though, from knowing a little about her.


I agree. I think she will stiffen the probation or length, follow up on treatment recommendations (if any), and basically give him one more strike... or chance however you look at it. It is not in the interest of the taxpayers to incarcerate a man who is still salvageable and has options in his life if he chooses to straighten up and follow them.

If he screws up again it will get pretty nasty for him.






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