Maybe you are right but it is not that cut and dry. Flynn had less exposure and exposure effects ratings. When Flynn was in a HS all-star environment he dominated. His pinpoint set-up passing and baseline power drives were dominant. He was quick, strong and aggressive. The only way to settle such a question would be to go back in time and have them go at it mano a mano. I'm not sure that I would put my money on Dior.I don't think anybody was higher on Flynn than I was. I took a bunch of for saying he was going to turn out to be better than Harris when everybody else thought his offer was charity just to make Harris happy. But that was his junior year.
Nobody thought Flynn was going to be a great D1 player as a sophomore, me included. It shouldn't be controversial to say that Dior is better than Flynn at the same age. Its pretty obviously clear that he is. This doesn't necessarily mean Dior is going to be a better college player, or even have a better high school career, but this argument seems to have started when someone said Dior is better than Flynn, Ennis, and MCW were at the same age. He is. Its not close. All three of those guys were late risers.
One change - Full court full time, then to zone, but aggressive, inviting drives, for our shot blocking.The more I think about this the more I’m leaning towards just going for it...
- no zone
- start Dior, Zion, JG3, Benny, Mac
- Chance, Kadary, Anselem, Newton off the bench
- try to score 80 a game