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Finish this statement??

Postby youngbuck » September 10th, 2018, 5:13 pm

Although ______________ did not get a lot of preseason publicity, he has had a significant impact player so far this season



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Postby lgb87cape » September 10th, 2018, 7:49 pm

youngbuck wrote:Although ______________ did not get a lot of preseason publicity, he has had a significant impact player so far this season

Nick Marinak (PC)

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Postby CoffinCorner » September 13th, 2018, 6:14 pm

Collin Instone, offensive/defensive lineman for Richland #73.
Did not get the press that Dininy got early on, but is absolute stud both sides of the ball, got constant pressure on Cecere in week 3.  I felt like he stood out more than his teammate, granted there may have been some double teams on Dininy.  Regardless , he stood out and looks very good for Richland in the trenches.

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Postby EaglealumsGhost » September 13th, 2018, 8:34 pm

Being a homer but have to go with Damon Gripp. Known as b-ball coaches kid and many surprised he even played. Thru 3 games has 5 picks at dB (4vs central)!and 4 Rec tds at wr ... just a soph

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Postby CoffinCorner » September 13th, 2018, 11:43 pm

EaglealumsGhost wrote:Being a homer but have to go with Damon Gripp. Known as b-ball coaches kid and many surprised he even played. Thru 3 games has 5 picks at dB (4vs central)!and 4 Rec tds at wr ... just a soph

The next Nick Patton or Parker Mitchell?

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Postby sasquatch260 » September 14th, 2018, 7:16 am

CoffinCorner wrote:Collin Instone, offensive/defensive lineman for Richland #73.
Did not get the press that Dininy got early on, but is absolute stud both sides of the ball, got constant pressure on Cecere in week 3.  I felt like he stood out more than his teammate, granted there may have been some double teams on Dininy.  Regardless , he stood out and looks very good for Richland in the trenches.

Nice to see a lineman get some respect.

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Postby SportsFan96 » September 14th, 2018, 7:32 am

youngbuck wrote:Although ______________ did not get a lot of preseason publicity, he has had a significant impact player so far this season

How about the CR Sophomore QB Logan Pfister? A young kid coming in to replace Logan Hauck, who was a 3 year starter and All State player last year for CR. Big shoes to fill for the young man, but he seems to be handling things nicely. Hopefully it continues all season long.

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Postby EaglealumsGhost » September 14th, 2018, 8:18 am

CoffinCorner wrote:
EaglealumsGhost wrote:Being a homer but have to go with Damon Gripp. Known as b-ball coaches kid and many surprised he even played. Thru 3 games has 5 picks at dB (4vs central)!and 4 Rec tds at wr ... just a soph

The next Nick Patton or Parker Mitchell?

Nope.... the next Damon Gripp....
Not trying to sound smart, his skill set is unique. Complete hawk on defense, very good at “baiting” QBs already. 

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Re: Finish this statement??

Postby DFFSBA » September 14th, 2018, 8:26 am

SportsFan96 wrote:
youngbuck wrote:Although ______________ did not get a lot of preseason publicity, he has had a significant impact player so far this season

How about the CR Sophomore QB Logan Pfister? A young kid coming in to replace Logan Hauck, who was a 3 year starter and All State player last year for CR. Big shoes to fill for the young man, but he seems to be handling things nicely. Hopefully it continues all season long.

I 2nd that one.  He's the real deal, and very impressive start to the season.

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Re: Finish this statement??

Postby Goldeneagles12 » September 14th, 2018, 9:12 am

EaglealumsGhost wrote:
CoffinCorner wrote:
EaglealumsGhost wrote:Being a homer but have to go with Damon Gripp. Known as b-ball coaches kid and many surprised he even played. Thru 3 games has 5 picks at dB (4vs central)!and 4 Rec tds at wr ... just a soph

The next Nick Patton or Parker Mitchell?

Nope.... the next Damon Gripp....
Not trying to sound smart, his skill set is unique. Complete hawk on defense, very good at “baiting” QBs already. 

I agree with everything you say. This kid is special. 


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