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How Many Wins

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive' started by BigCate, Nov 4, 2011.

  1. BigCate

    BigCate Member

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    How many wins do you guys think we would have if we had gotten the in state kids the last 5 years and in the future

    2007
    Drew Davis- Oregon
    Clint Brewster- Minnesota
    Ryan Hill- NU
    Devin Aguilar- Washington
    Steve Watson- Michigan
    Jared Campbell- Miami

    2008
    Nolan Brewster- UT

    2009
    Matt Tucker- ASU
    Ryan Hewitt- Stanford
    Alex Logan- Cal
    Jeremiah Sirles- NU

    2010
    Kip Smith- UCLA
    Chris Martin- Cal
    Nduka Onyeali- ASU
    Austin Hinder- Cal
    Danny Spond- ND
    Mister Jones- aTm
    Dillon Bonnell- Stanford
    Mike Moudy- NU
    Kain Coulter- N'Western
    Joe Hemschoot- Stanford
    Kenny Bell- NU

    2011
    Leilon Willingham- UCF
    Brock Berglund- Kansas
    Adonis Ahmeen Moore- Syracuse
    Brendon Austin- Stanford
    Rayshon Williams- UCF

    2012
    Paul Thurston- NU
    Shane Callahan- AU
    Cyler Miles- Washington
    Alex Kozan- ???????
    Joey O'Connor- Penn St.
    Evan Baylis- Oregon
     
  2. DBT

    DBT Club Member Club Member

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    3 maybe. But we definitely must close the borders.
     
  3. Swish

    Swish Half a bubble off Club Member

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    I hate even seeing that list
     
  4. MtnBuff

    MtnBuff Not allowed in Barzil 2 Club Member

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    Not seeing a lot of kids on that list who are really tearing it up at their current schools, also a number who would be duplicates at the same positions. Not a lot of big impact but would have helped us in terms of depth and there are a couple you have left off like the kid from East playing safery at ASU (forgot his name and he is currently hurt but is good enough to hit the 2-deep for a top 25 program at a position we are beyond weak.)

    Of course some of those kids aren't really Colorado kids in the traditional sense, they just were passing through like the Brewsters and Willingham and Martin. Hawkins also would have found a way to mess them up if they did come so?

    We have to look first to California and Texas but we need the top CO kids for depth and stability. I think a lot of that will come with some wins. I wonder how many of those kids on the list decided against CU because of the constant negativity coming out of Boulder that they heard every day compared to an out of state kid who didn't see and hear all that stuff.
     
  5. aik

    aik Club Member Club Member

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    Echoing Mtn, as I seem to do often. Agree with all of it. However, were we able to get and keep coaches here, the win total would have been much greater over the years. Would've gotten more of these guys too.
     
  6. MiamiBuffs

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    Meh. We had ****** coaching. Under which talent would have gone under utilized.
     

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