Son of the Harpy
- Jul 15, 2005
Seems like there is an asymmetry. Once someone shows they can do something a couple of times you believe they can do it more. However, just because someone hasn’t done something yet, it is harder to know if they will ever be able to do it.When do you feel evaluation periods begin to matter? Small samples from a statistical analysis mean little however from a traditional evaluation the size becomes less relevant. Otherwise there would be as little reason to be excited about Ball, Wiseman, Achiuwa, Quickley, Pritchard, etc as there would be reason to be at all concerned about someone as clearly lost as Nesmith.