That statement is generally true. There are exceptions where players may have bounced around or been in bad situations, or instability in the program they joined. If enough time is invested they can still improve. Brandon Bridge is a good example but the best example is a certain Henry Burris with a 49 Percent Everage over four years :)

1993 : 41.6%
1994: 52.6%
1995: 46.3%
1996: 50.7%
Yep...good point. Good find.

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@reggiemac: don't trade 1st overall pick. pick OT from bowling green.

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