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    Default Best Zags by the Numbers - 3

    Ammo without a doubt has this locked up.



    Let’s figure out second place.
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    Who are the Honorable Mentions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Once and Future Zag View Post
    Who are the Honorable Mentions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Once and Future Zag View Post
    Who are the Honorable Mentions?
    Kyle Dranginis
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    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    As of now I would go with JW3 over Petrusev. Petro gets the disadvantage of missing the tournament this year, but JW3 really did have a very good senior year.
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    Brandon Clarke

    His offensive efficiency numbers are historically good. It's not his fault that the team was so loaded with offensive skill, that they didn't/couldn't play the offense through him on the exclusive scale that Morrison enjoyed. Brandon also was the best weak side help defender in GU history. He consistently flashed onto the TV screen from the baseline and blocked shots at the rim. Uncanny anticipation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickMick View Post
    Brandon Clarke

    His offensive efficiency numbers are historically good. It's not his fault that the team was so loaded with offensive skill, that they didn't/couldn't play the offense through him on the exclusive scale that Morrison enjoyed. Brandon also was the best weak side help defender in GU history. He consistently flashed onto the TV screen from the baseline and blocked shots at the rim. Uncanny anticipation.
    He probably has a good chance when we get to #15, but right now we're just at the best #3.

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    was brandon clarke a number 3?
    if so, I vote for him.

    This thread would be a little more fun for me, personally, if I could see candidates nominated, listed. I tend to not remember the numbers of players, even in the current year

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagsGoZags View Post
    was brandon clarke a number 3?
    if so, I vote for him.

    This thread would be a little more fun for me, personally, if I could see candidates nominated, listed. I tend to not remember the numbers of players, even in the current year
    BC was 15.

    If you have time, it would be awesome to see lists of Zag players by uniform number over time.
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    A team of players who wore this number during the Few era would probably beat a team with every player who wore the entire range of numbers between 40-55.

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    Ammo # 1 runner up J3

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