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03-01-2013, 01:39 PM
Join Date: Jul 2005
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To be fair, he did the same thing in his freshman season at BC. It takes him a little while to figure out his way to engage. I am not sure if it is because he is overly cautious of making mistakes or because he gets inside his own head or what.
He will show spurts, and then he will sit back.
It's almost exactly what he did his freshman season.
That is what I saw most of his college career.
The only difference was how effective his "spurts" were as a upperclassman. And that he usually came up big when it mattered.
Even without changing his game he will probably have a fine career. Contribute offensively here and there, play a smart, quietly effective game.
But if he really wants to tap into his ridiculous potential he should listen to Torts and keep his stick and legs moving. Even if he never finishes a check, use his speed to menace the opposition.
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