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  • NEsnake12NEsnake12 Posts: 1,572
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    Tequilla said:

    That goes right along with the idea of how important development is to Pete ... the failure to him in recruiting is when the guys they recruit don't pan out or leave the program early.

    If you think about it, 20 per class over a 5 year period is 100 recruits ... assuming that you have 3 early entrants per year that gets you to 85 fairly consistently.

    I expect that there will be a few classes that get more in the 20-22 range at some point for one reason or another ... but 25 will be an indication that something likely went very wrong.
    Nitpicking but that's not how you math. Players can't declare for the draft until after 3 years obviously, so the youngest 3 classes would all be 20 deep. Leaves 25 left to split over 2 years... which funny enough is how UW has looked the last couple of years (but that was mainly due to coaching change attrition, not early entrants).
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  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 13,091
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    NEsnake12 said:

    Tequilla said:

    That goes right along with the idea of how important development is to Pete ... the failure to him in recruiting is when the guys they recruit don't pan out or leave the program early.

    If you think about it, 20 per class over a 5 year period is 100 recruits ... assuming that you have 3 early entrants per year that gets you to 85 fairly consistently.

    I expect that there will be a few classes that get more in the 20-22 range at some point for one reason or another ... but 25 will be an indication that something likely went very wrong.
    Nitpicking but that's not how you math. Players can't declare for the draft until after 3 years obviously, so the youngest 3 classes would all be 20 deep. Leaves 25 left to split over 2 years... which funny enough is how UW has looked the last couple of years (but that was mainly due to coaching change attrition, not early entrants).
    Besides the fact that you're initial starting point is slightly skewed, you are also missing that included in the net 3 leaving the program on average per year also can include attrition from either medical retirements or just flat out leaving the program.
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  • NEsnake12NEsnake12 Posts: 1,572
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    Tequilla said:

    NEsnake12 said:

    Tequilla said:

    That goes right along with the idea of how important development is to Pete ... the failure to him in recruiting is when the guys they recruit don't pan out or leave the program early.

    If you think about it, 20 per class over a 5 year period is 100 recruits ... assuming that you have 3 early entrants per year that gets you to 85 fairly consistently.

    I expect that there will be a few classes that get more in the 20-22 range at some point for one reason or another ... but 25 will be an indication that something likely went very wrong.
    Nitpicking but that's not how you math. Players can't declare for the draft until after 3 years obviously, so the youngest 3 classes would all be 20 deep. Leaves 25 left to split over 2 years... which funny enough is how UW has looked the last couple of years (but that was mainly due to coaching change attrition, not early entrants).
    Besides the fact that you're initial starting point is slightly skewed, you are also missing that included in the net 3 leaving the program on average per year also can include attrition from either medical retirements or just flat out leaving the program.
    Then just say "attrition" in your post and not specifically "early entrants."
  • So, is this our? best class since 2001?

    Off the top of my head, yes. And last years class was #2. We are starting to stack classes which is crucial. It's wonderful.
    I not understand recruits on the top of head. I see the mother fucking Oregon Ducks pulled in the young mens with the Willie Tugger but no so very good compared to the Peterman Christoph. The numbers on the sites that follow the young mens are smaller for Ducks young mens than for Huskies young mens. I congratulatum your best program for the bigger numbers. The Willie Tugger is no Bobbie Bill Thornton. I thinks the Willie Tugger is bads for the Duck football. I hopes his giant black penis is infected by the scourge of my village and dies of the full blown fire.

    That is all.
    bump <3
    AZDuckIce_Holmvik
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