OTHER IHIGH SITES
Williams was coaches' dream
March 6, 2013Tri-Nine Conference
We often hear of players being a “coach’s dream,” and there’s a reason for that.
Because every level of sports has its share of head cases, knuckleheads or otherwise temperamental players who make coaches’ hairs turn gray.
Coaches are quick to appreciate players who work hard and don’t cause issues, and are even more inclined to do so when that player can top it off by being really good.
But is there another category?
What about a “coaches’ dream?”
Someone talented, but more importantly, so gifted at the nuances and strategy of his or her game that any coach in any sport can appreciate it.
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