All season long I’ve been extolling the virtues of traditional strining, and almost the entire time I’ve used Jeremy Thompson as my example of a player that rips it up all over the field, and can shoot the lights out, all while using traditional. And now, he’s gone and switched it up to mesh on a boring white head. How the mighty have fallen!
As recently as the Rutgers game, Thompson was using a wide traditional, often with 4-6 diamonds, and dark leathers.
But against Notre Dame, to my complete amazement, he played with mesh. And a V shooting string. And he still ripped it up and netted 2 big goals for the Orange in their 11-8 win over previously unbeaten ND.
This is simply rocking my world, and I don’t know what to do. I might even bring a mesh stick to coach my 5th and 6th grade team today. Is the world going mad?