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11-19-2012, 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Kulemon View Post
I'm saying if Rielly steadily progresses over 4 years to get to the point Schultz is at in his development, Rielly would blow him out of the water. Obviously development isnt always linear though.
That last sentence you put is the whole point though, it isnt linear. Schultz is already doing what Rielly is projected to do and has tore up in the NCAA as well. You take the more proven guy every time in this type of situation.

Not to say Rielly cant be as good as Schultz or better, but the chances of that are probably much lower than Rielly being wrose then him

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