Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by LSUtiger327, Dec 23, 2009.
Used it for Football, Baseball and Basketball
How about 8.
Updating the Dreamy Team:
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84 mctiger (ochoquatro....thanks SF, I thought I was going to have to nickname myself T-Bone :lol
I can relate. I played WR in high school. Now I'm big enough to play guard. And tackle..............at the same time. :bncry:
7 for baseball and 66 for football, you got your MLB.
May I have #24 please. I dunno why, but I love that number.
My second favorite number was always #33. That was Scottie Pippen's number.
A few have mentioned #21 and that has the most connections for me. I remember being a lot of different numbers (#10, 11, 32) in various little league sports, but Dalton (21) was my first ever favorite player.
Then, when I was a sophmore in HS (basketball), our best player was #21 and he had a knack for dunking on me in practice on fast breaks. I literally got kicked in the head posterize style once or twice.
I ended up defaulting to #21 for my Jr. year of high school and started a few games, once outscoring Brandon Stokley. The next year, our first district game was against Carencro and I scored 8 pts and Kevin Faulk only scored 6. He was pretty cool and made some small talk so that's as close as I'll ever be to feeling like a real athlete. Faulk had about three 25+ games after that and then quit to focus on football recruiting.
Stokley has had a long career, especially considering that I don't think he played football until his Sr. year of HS. Faulk was a stud in the Lafayette area since middle school and kept progressing to live up to his potential.
The year of my birth, my number in my short career as a guard, and the sum of the numbers 1-10.