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Not a fan of guys bouncing early only to be picked in the 2nd round but its DT's life and legacy so it's his call obviously. Has Thad ever had an early entry player fall to the 2nd round? However, I saw a stat recently that showed all 32 2nd round draft picks from last year and astonishingly something like 26 or 27 of them got burn as rookies so I suppose there is hope for him. I think DT is banking on really wowing these execs/scouts at the personal workouts which is a risky endeavor. Yeah, I'm salty because him leaving A) knocks our Final 4 aspirations down a couple pegs and B) if you do lose a guy early you'd like to hang your hat as a program that you produce 1st rounders which seems like a long shot at this point for him. Again though, rooting like hell for him to prove the doubters wrong and not end up in Turkey.
This post was edited by MannekenPis on 5/1/2013 at 9:28 PM
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