So Now Who is Your Starting 5?

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  1. CycloneBBFan

    CycloneBBFan Well-Known Member

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    We are going 10 deep non-conference and the starting five will shake out from that. Until then................................
     
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  2. RustShack

    RustShack Well-Known Member

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    Jackson
    Wiggington
    Babb
    Young

    Those four are more than likely starting.

    The last spot, talent wise Lard is the best option. Followed by Hans then Beverly. But experience wise, it's the reverse order. I'd personally predict it to be Hans, IF he's completely ready to go... otherwise Beverly but Lard could be the starter by March.
     
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  3. DaHiltonHaus1

    DaHiltonHaus1 Active Member

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    The right lineup.

    Jackson
    Wigginton
    Babb
    Brase
    Young
     
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  4. clonedude

    clonedude Well-Known Member

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    Correct, assuming Brase is healthy. If he's not, then I expect Lard.
     
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  5. CycloneBBFan

    CycloneBBFan Well-Known Member

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    I expect Prohm to add another PF transfer to the mix to shake up your starting 5 projections.
     
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  6. bozclone

    bozclone Well-Known Member

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    Prohm was slow to increase Young's minutes last year. I hope he throws the freshman into the fire early. It may be ugly at times, but it should speed their development.

    I am also interested to see how Babb and Jackson handle bigger roles. We need Babb to be a much more productive offensive player. Jackson was a great three point threat last year. Can he improve his ball handling and can he use his quickness to be a beast as an on ball defender.

    Wigginton
    Jackson
    Babb
    Brase
    Young
     
  7. Frak

    Frak Well-Known Member

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    I think it will be
    Wigginton
    Jackson
    Babb
    Beverly
    Young

    Unless Prohm finds a grad transfer wing that sends Babb to the bench. I think that Beverly's ability to score and get to the line will put him in the starting lineup. Brase's rehab will prevent him from being 100% until conference season.
     

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