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I was looking at St. Johns recruiting class, and I noticed that 4 of their top-6 recruits play SF. They also have Dwayne Polee who is a sf so basically next year they will have at least 5 players who naturally play the sf positon. How do you split PT between 5 high profile players at the same position? Also, if you're a recruit why would you want to go to a school where there are 3-4 players who are equally as talented as you and play the same position? I guess I just don't understand the thought porcess with some of these kids.


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I said the same thing. What

I said the same thing. What makes it worse is that they're all athletic SF's who struggle with shooting and handling the ball. They still have time to de-commit, though.

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Exactly. Very similar players from a physical stand point and a recruiting stand point. Going to be very hard next year for playing time.

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