To some degree it depends on the access we get from Martin. He was good this summer about allowing media to interview the players. I hope that continues in the coming months.
Teams are split. There are some who believe he'd be a great college D-lineman but an elite NFL O-lineman.
In hoops, they wouldn't be able to play until the Sweet 16 unless the rules have changed. Regional draws for baseball and softball are usually built around proximity, so it makes sense for those matchups to happen occasionally.
I've got time for a couple more quesitons
The safeties are very experienced: Four have started games. The corners, not so much. I'd rather have a talented young secondary than a veteran secondary that can't play. I'm not sure what to expect from the corners. The safeties have to tackle better. No question about it.
Brad Smith, Chase Daniel, Jeremy Maclin.
The Iowa State series was announced last November.
Not that I've heard of yet, but Sterk is innovative and proactive when it comes to promoting the product. I would expect some events outside of the regularly scheduled games.
Yes. Agbasimere might not start but he'll play. He was outstanding in an interview with a few of us today. Smart, funny, engaging. Hell of a story. I'd expect Jordan Harold to be a factor at D-end and Chris Turner, the freshman.
It's all about relationships, and for when you have one coach in place for a generation, the relationships can sour and be nearly impossible to overcome for another generation. There are surely still people of influence in the STL hoops circles that resent the program for things Norm Stewart did or said or didn't do when he was head coach decades ago. You can't fix those programs overnight or even over a decade. But I think Martin has an opportunity. And not just becuase he's African American. So was Mike Anderson and Frank Haith last I checked. He's also from the area. He knows the culture. He knows the terrain. He knows the people. If he can't soothe and build those relationships I'm not sure anyone can.
MU has tabled the sideline matter until after the south end zone complex is finished.
The coaches haven't had much to say about Brown. He's recovered but I don't expect him to start.
I'd be stunned if he's a one and done. Those who know him best believe he's going to face a big adjustment playing college ball at this age. He'll get minutes for MU but I don't expect him to be a freshman All-American.
Top five along with UK, Texas A&M, Florida, Arkansas and Alabama.
Thanks for the kind words.
Bama pulled its offer late and wanted him to walk-on for his freshman year. I don't think he plays as much as Albert O.
Can't stay healthy. I'd be surprised if he gets many snaps, at least early in the season.
Frazier will have nine, Beckner will have six.
He needs to go. Bran's on to him.
I misunderstood the earlier question. With being in differnet leagues, they can obviously play in any round.
NFL.com or ESPN.com. Just look for the roster pages.
OK, folks. Gotta run. Thanks for all the questions.