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Thread: Eric McClellan has really transformed his body after transferring to Gonzaga

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    Default Eric McClellan has really transformed his body after transferring to Gonzaga

    When he was at Tulsa he was 6'3 184 his freshman year and his Soph year at Vanderbilt he was 6'4 187.

    If you watched him on Saturday you'll immediately notice his body is bigger, stronger, and faster than he has ever been. He is now 6'4 196 and I don't think he has more than .05% body fat. McClellan is going to be a force this year and is my pick to be the most improved player on the Gonzaga roster. In my opinion he is going to be the most improved player in 2015-16.

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    Looked very impressive Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cggonzaga View Post
    Looked very impressive Saturday.
    Agreed.

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    Mature players with scoring ability and play hard defense will always be an asset. I think this kid will be a leader this year. He's the fastest kid we have and he's mature. I expect lots of good things. He sure looks the part in person and on film.

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    Interesting you brought this up.

    A former player just mentioned to me McClellan measures as the strongest player on the team?

    Wow! Would never have guessed that...wiry & ripped, but strongest on the team.

    Strength is measured relatively but still interesting...thought to mention.

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    I did not recognize him on that first score. Dude got much bigger. Just goes to show you what a little less than ten pounds can do for your physique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Crazy View Post
    I did not recognize him on that first score. Dude got much bigger. Just goes to show you what a little less than ten pounds can do for your physique.
    I only WISH 10 pounds would change my physique....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDABE80 View Post
    Mature players with scoring ability and play hard defense will always be an asset. I think this kid will be a leader this year. He's the fastest kid we have and he's mature. I expect lots of good things. He sure looks the part in person and on film.
    agree with this...really excited to see him full speed, comfortable and engaged for his senior year.......play within the system and his skill sets will be a tremendous asset to the team......exciting times
    Basketball...The Toy Department of Life

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDABE80 View Post
    Mature players with scoring ability and play hard defense will always be an asset. I think this kid will be a leader this year. He's the fastest kid we have and he's mature. I expect lots of good things. He sure looks the part in person and on film.
    I agree too. He comes across as very positive, mature and engaged in the media.

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