Quote Originally Posted by skyleralan View Post
Regardless, you have to keep players who have had issues in the past on a tight leash. It is just a way to ensure he continues to develop. Of course every person is "imperfect", that is a given. I truly think Pryor is a good kid, but you have to make sure you keep him in a structured environment/system.
See, you just brought up another improvement.

Maybe we are finally becoming the type of organization that can "develop" talent. Our recent history shows otherwise ( thinking Russell, just imagine if we had a stable environment in place, that whole deal could have ended up way different).

This time of year on the heels of a lackluster season, I would expect more lame topics of discussion to follow, Coach hates Pryor, LOL....