Originally Posted by Texian
Much of what Nawrocki says is common discussion and part of scouting reports behind closed doors. What is shocking to some is Nawrocki is doing it with the doors open in a public domain.
"Common discussion" for whom? It's amazing that his takes include analysis without ever actually meeting the subject.
While that might work for film analysis, it sure doesn't account for gems like - "Me first", "not a leader by example or known to inspire by his words", "too much of a follower" "Not a student of the game" "Nonchalant field presence — does not command respect from teammates and cannot inspire" "Mild practice demeanor — no urgency" "sets a bad example", "not depandable".
Even better is when those takes differ drastically from those who know, coach and have actaully spent time with the player in question.
He's trying to be the scout equivalent of a shock jock. While it might be entertaining, it's useless as a source of actual news.