Recruiting 2020 Offers

Wolfpack Ram

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You would need to look at their transfers every year. He goes with a revolving door approach. It is not unusual for him to be 2 or 3 over his limit this time of year.
He may be a pioneer in the coaching ranks the way the transfer rules appear to be shaking out.
 

AlienAiden

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He is getting paid to win...
Not a fan. Since VCU joined the A10 Ferry had the best Duquesne team. I know Dambrot is trying to turn it into a winning program but glad he is not the coach of my squad. You seem to like his AAU aura though.
 

Ramdog

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Not a fan. Since VCU joined the A10 Ferry had the best Duquesne team. I know Dambrot is trying to turn it into a winning program but glad he is not the coach of my squad. You seem to like his AAU aura though.
If I was a long suffering fan of that program I would be all for it...
 
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TampaKAP

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He better get to showing guys the door because he is 3 over his limit.
Its had for me to imagine he will bring in all 7 freshmen, although 6 of them have signed LOI's. He gave a former walk on a scholly but I wouldn't be surprised to see that go away
 

duncanlamb

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Not a fan of the program but you do what you have to...making too much money to not.
Duquense was 10-22 the year before he started. In his first 3 years, they've gone 16-16(7-11), 19-13(10-8), and 21-9(11-7).

They have the entire starting lineup and 7 of the first 9 players coming back. In addition Dambrot have one of their best recruiting class.
 

AlienAiden

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Yeah but he isn’t building a ramily...
You are taking my statement and creating your own narrative making fun of something I do not even say. I am fine if Rhoades wants to upgrade. The issue I have with Dambrot is that he is oversigning by large numbers and using his players like pawns. I find it interesting that you do not care about that kind of thing while arguing vehemently for amateurism in college athletics.