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    Trinity 2018/2019

    What does Trinity need to do to be successful in the 2018/2019 season? Please be constructive.
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    Great to have you back in the Chad Gardner Law King of the Bluegrass.

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    David Johnson needs to be more selfish this year. Best talent in the state.

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    Losing their top player to a well known basketball factory won’t help building the program. Trinity will be more vulnerable than they have been in years, they will be rebuilding, rather than reloading like recent years in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerTigerWoodsYall View Post
    David Johnson needs to be more selfish this year. Best talent in the state.
    Agree. He needs to be the go to guy and the other guys need to contribute and they can be top tier of the 7th. Agree they won't be the clear cut top team as they were the past few years

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    With David Johnson and supporting cast they will still be very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerpride94 View Post
    With David Johnson and supporting cast they will still be very good.
    UGA offered Johnson. Still have to think he ends up with Mack.

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    Their top player IS David Johnson and he will be a senior this coming season!

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    Oregon offered David Johnson today. The Ducks join Georgia, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Cincinnati, and Xavier and programs to be recruiting Johnson right now.

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    I know Trinity had a kid transfer to South Oldham, not sure how much of an impact player he is, but he's in Crestwood now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinbad 74 View Post
    Losing their top player to a well known basketball factory won’t help building the program. Trinity will be more vulnerable than they have been in years, they will be rebuilding, rather than reloading like recent years in the past.
    I wasn't aware David Johnson transferred...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    I wasn't aware David Johnson transferred...
    I’m a huge fan of David. He’s the best player in the state, with Allen being a close second.

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    Who is the young man who left Trinity for South Oldham? What were the circumstances of his transfer ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopJunkie View Post
    I’m a huge fan of David. He’s the best player in the state, with Allen being a close second.
    What is your criteria for ranking Johnson over Allen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    What is your criteria for ranking Johnson over Allen?
    Elite level passer, elite decision maker, more consistent shooter, high major defender. He’ll seamlessly transition to either guard spot at the highest level. That’s not a swipe to DA. I love his game, and I don’t think he’s far off. I’ve caught some flack on here for how far I think he can go. They both played for great AAU programs. But David also plays better competition all year long. Trinity and Pendleton are drastically different in terms of scheduling.

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