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10-30-2004, 08:20 AM
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Higgins grew up?

Im on the Bulldogs' website and I'm looking at our prospects' size and height...

Higgins was listed 5.11 last year and is now 6.00 192.. Milroy was 6.0 and is now 6.1 198 lbs..

Is it possible they grew up one inch at the age of 21 years old?

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10-30-2004, 08:35 AM
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Its defanately possible as most of their hieghts are listed according to the day they were drafted. Wow, a 6'0 higgins!!

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Of course he gre up. He is now emotionally 12 years old, thirteen, here we come!!


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Im on the Bulldogs' website and I'm looking at our prospects' size and height...

Higgins was listed 5.11 last year and is now 6.00 192.. Milroy was 6.0 and is now 6.1 198 lbs..

Is it possible they grew up one inch at the age of 21 years old?
I highly highly doubt he did. How many people you know grow up after 20? Hockey height listings are almost never right.

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10-30-2004, 12:40 PM
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Well according to hockey db, Perez now shrunk to 5'9 167 lbs. In sohrt, I wouldn't pay much heed to these reports.

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I highly highly doubt he did. How many people you know grow up after 20?
At 5'10" it's my last hope...

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A man can grow up until the age of 22,although most stop growing around the age of 19. It's very possible to get an extra inch or even 2 after the age of 20.

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Someone put out the Higgy brother signal, and we will get Kev to settle this for us.

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Well according to hockey db, Perez now shrunk to 5'9 167 lbs. In sohrt, I wouldn't pay much heed to these reports.
There was an interesting quote in the Florida paper by defenseman Kristian Kudroc some time ago when he was asked about his huge 6'7 255 lbs "monster" frame. He said that it was false info and that he was actually 6'5 235(?) lbs but they listed him much larger because, as he claims, opposition players usually tend to look at that kind of information and its all supposed to be intimidation... so like Leachmeister2000 said, you all shouldn't look into it too much.


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