Best "Draft" years?

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8/4/2018 1:26 AM

Just throwing 2 out there

American - 2010 Baggett, Tomac, Wilson

International included - 2011 Roczen, Musquin, Anderson

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8/4/2018 3:27 AM

Maybe some more detail in your post would help get a response. Marv and roczen cant be counted in 2011 they already had multiple years pro under their belt in gp's

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There are two kinds of people against dirt bikes, those who never tried and those who weren't good at them.

8/4/2018 7:28 AM

Id say the year rv and dungey moved up was the best. Those 2 make up for at least 4 guys

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8/4/2018 8:03 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/4/2018 8:04 AM

kb228 wrote:

Id say the year rv and dungey moved up was the best. Those 2 make up for at least 4 guys

Not the same year...

Villo 2005

Dungey 2006

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8/4/2018 8:06 AM

Canard, Stroupe, Will Hahn, Nico Izzi in 07 was pretty good. All four of those guys were supposed to be champs

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Alright Lunger, Let's Do It

8/4/2018 11:49 AM

I'd say before Bud light was released

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8/4/2018 12:19 PM

78, Mike Bell, Mark Barnett, JeffWard and Brian Meyerscough

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8/4/2018 1:29 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Canard, Stroupe, Will Hahn, Nico Izzi in 07 was pretty good. All four of those guys were supposed to be champs

Two of them were.

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8/4/2018 1:55 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Canard, Stroupe, Will Hahn, Nico Izzi in 07 was pretty good. All four of those guys were supposed to be champs

Um wut. This thread isn't about the most disappointing years. You picked literally the opposite of what the thread is about. Good job.

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8/4/2018 2:29 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Canard, Stroupe, Will Hahn, Nico Izzi in 07 was pretty good. All four of those guys were supposed to be champs

agn5009 wrote:

Um wut. This thread isn't about the most disappointing years. You picked literally the opposite of what the thread is about. Good job.

So you’re saying those dudes weren’t legit and didn’t made an instant impact when they turned pro?

Go ahead and take a hike, pal

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Alright Lunger, Let's Do It

8/4/2018 3:09 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Canard, Stroupe, Will Hahn, Nico Izzi in 07 was pretty good. All four of those guys were supposed to be champs

agn5009 wrote:

Um wut. This thread isn't about the most disappointing years. You picked literally the opposite of what the thread is about. Good job.

Johnny Ringo wrote:

So you’re saying those dudes weren’t legit and didn’t made an instant impact when they turned pro?

Go ahead and take a hike, pal

I never said they weren't considered legit. But you picked a "draft" where 2 out of 4 are total failures. 2 had all the talent in the world and squandered it away. Then you have the other 2 (hahn and canard) who had good lites careers but frequent injuries on big bikes resulted in early retirements. You even said it yourself. They were all "supposed" to be champs. It never worked out for any of them on big bikes. You consider THAT the best "draft" year?

The topic isn't "what draft had the most potential." I may agree with you if that were the case .

You listed 2 guys who disappointed their entire careers and 2 guys who disappointed in half their careers. Come on, man.


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8/4/2018 3:16 PM

agn5009 wrote:

Um wut. This thread isn't about the most disappointing years. You picked literally the opposite of what the thread is about. Good job.

Johnny Ringo wrote:

So you’re saying those dudes weren’t legit and didn’t made an instant impact when they turned pro?

Go ahead and take a hike, pal

agn5009 wrote:

I never said they weren't considered legit. But you picked a "draft" where 2 out of 4 are total failures. 2 had all the talent in the world and squandered it away. Then you have the other 2 (hahn and canard) who had good lites careers but frequent injuries on big bikes resulted in early retirements. You even said it yourself. They were all "supposed" to be champs. It never worked out for any of them on big bikes. You consider THAT the best "draft" year?

The topic isn't "what draft had the most potential." I may agree with you if that were the case .

You listed 2 guys who disappointed their entire careers and 2 guys who disappointed in half their careers. Come on, man.


why are you so heated over a simple opinion I threw up on a forum? Are you this big of a jerkoff in real life?

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Alright Lunger, Let's Do It

8/4/2018 3:47 PM

2013 was pretty good

J Mart
Cooper Webb
AC
Justin Hill
Savatgy

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James = #7. Malcolm = #27
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Stewart return confirmed!

8/4/2018 7:05 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

So you’re saying those dudes weren’t legit and didn’t made an instant impact when they turned pro?

Go ahead and take a hike, pal

agn5009 wrote:

I never said they weren't considered legit. But you picked a "draft" where 2 out of 4 are total failures. 2 had all the talent in the world and squandered it away. Then you have the other 2 (hahn and canard) who had good lites careers but frequent injuries on big bikes resulted in early retirements. You even said it yourself. They were all "supposed" to be champs. It never worked out for any of them on big bikes. You consider THAT the best "draft" year?

The topic isn't "what draft had the most potential." I may agree with you if that were the case .

You listed 2 guys who disappointed their entire careers and 2 guys who disappointed in half their careers. Come on, man.


Johnny Ringo wrote:

why are you so heated over a simple opinion I threw up on a forum? Are you this big of a jerkoff in real life?

Yes

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8/4/2018 7:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/4/2018 7:48 PM

1989. Rookie 125 Supercross Seasons for Jeremy McGrath, Jeff Emig, Damon Bradshaw, Steve Lamson, and Doug Henry.

1990 is the best graduating class of 125 to 250 class.

Bradshaw, Matiasevich, Bayle, Larry Ward, Larocco, Kiedrowski all graduated to the premiere class the same season. It's one of the reasons why the 1990 Supercross season is the best of all time.

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8/4/2018 8:11 PM

KirkChandler wrote:

1989. Rookie 125 Supercross Seasons for Jeremy McGrath, Jeff Emig, Damon Bradshaw, Steve Lamson, and Doug Henry.

1990 is the best graduating class of 125 to 250 class.

Bradshaw, Matiasevich, Bayle, Larry Ward, Larocco, Kiedrowski all graduated to the premiere class the same season. It's one of the reasons why the 1990 Supercross season is the best of all time.

Damn. Hard to argue that 1989 class.

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8/4/2018 8:15 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Canard, Stroupe, Will Hahn, Nico Izzi in 07 was pretty good. All four of those guys were supposed to be champs

agn5009 wrote:

Um wut. This thread isn't about the most disappointing years. You picked literally the opposite of what the thread is about. Good job.

At the time, this was probably the most stacked A class to come out of Loretta's straight into the pro ranks.

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