#1C no longer a top priority?
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03-28-2012, 01:37 PM
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I'm well aware of the fact that a #1 center is only going to be acquired by drafting them or in a trade when they are like Hodgson, very early in their development.
But again just look at this thread.
Posters are still clamoring for a #1 center. Even though we have two kids (Ennis/Hodgson) showing some potential. So that tells me they want the proven commodity not the prospect with potential. That is someone we will not be able to acquire via trade.
I'm also clamoring for a #1 center, and I don't expect it to be someone proven. I don't think either Ennis or Hodgson is frankly likely to turn into the player i think we need, even though they have a chance, so I say keep trying to stock the system with potential high-end talent. Worst case scenario is you get too deep at C, and that's worked well for everybody I can think of who's done it.
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