03-01-12 03:22 PM - Post#123210 In response to Bear34
Yeah, not too worried about the tone or our posts turning off prospective recruits. More worried about wins, and why we don't have enough of those.
How about we make this thread a little more optimistic. Next season, we are looking at a starting lineup of 6'2 McGonagill (who will be the league's best point next year), 6'3 Albrecht (a top shooter, if streaky), 6'6 Sullivan (who has actually played and shot very well in the Ivy season), 6'8 Halpern (we know how good and versitile he is), and the 6'9 Maia (who everybody says is a real good big man for the Ivy). That's a very good starting lineup in any season. It's big, it can shoot, it has inside presence. It's probably not real strong defensively or on the boards, but there's no reason this starting lineup can't compete at a high level.
We will have lots of experience and depth in the frontcourt in McCarthy, Walker and Ponticelli, and little depth in the backcourt, with only the unproven Sharkey and Longi - maybe Lundevall, maybe Biber - as viable candidates for PT.
All in, I like this lineup. It might not be Hunt-Nu-Forte-Powers-Kilb urn, or Huffman-McAndrew-Sullivan -Mullery-Skrelja. But you never know.