as a freshman he came off the bench and hit a huge shot in the state title game.....I honestly hope that your kidding when your saying that kraft wasnt top 5 in north dakota history......Travis Kraft is definatly top 5 material....if you think that Lindahl deserves to be up there that might be...but below travis kraft.....ndlionsfan wrote:The Schwab wrote:Alright...i will try my best....but remember...be patient........Travis Kraft in two of his years of high school played on teams that have been argued as the greatest teams of all time.......thus he didnt get as much playing time as evan lindahl did.......when did lindahl start playing varsity.....7th, 8th grade....i bet he was a four year starter at least....so then arguing stats doesnt really make much sense now does it? also competition makes a pretty big deal when you talk about stats too.....and we all know that region 2 has been one of/if not the strongest region for a LONG, LONG time.ndlionsfan wrote:I don't drool over Lindahl...you just can't argue with his stats. Give me some stats to backup with Kraft is top 5 to EVER play class B ball in ND. And don't give me this junk about him playing at SC....If you're 6'7" and can play a guard you get looks at DI schools. Now if he had a great DI career, then maybe.
Shouldn't one of the greatest all time players been a starter on the greatest team of all time?? If not, I think the 5 starters deserved to be ranked higher