Bobbitt Expresses His Love for Redshirt
A few days ago, the co-leader Bobbitt at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters announced that before his coach that he wished to redshirt this year.
After all, Redford Bobbitt didn’t travel with his team throughout the year. Last year, being a No. 5 man at UNLV’s in 14 rounds, his top score was only 75. On scoring average, he could manage to be number nine position in the team.
Furthermore, his game displayed no instant signs or notions of being excellent enough to beat the starting lineup; therefore he wished to shut it down, escape, wait until another chance comes.
First, 19-year-old Bobbitt sat down with his assistant coach called Philip Rowe. With his assistant coach, Bobbitt determined pros and cons list, assessed the decision, and all other things. However, Rowe simply left the meeting saying that he couldn’t do enough to alter his player’s perception.
Bobbitt, after two hours, called head coach called Dwaine Knight to coagulate the plan.
Night has great experience seeing this type of cases during his Hall of Fame and 28-year long coaching career. He knows the real condition of a teenage mind.
Therefore he suggested Bobbitt:
• The time he has chosen wasn’t right because many players take redshirts while playing junior seasons. Confirmed that he has only two years left.
• Hence, Bobbitt’s 5th year wasn’t assured – several things may happen, between now and coming 2017.
• He told that in 2006, one of his players called Matt Kinsinger was also struggling with his game, so, he gave him to play as an individual at popular Southern Highlands. Fortunately, he won the game.