This is great news. I love to see players like him getting the hype.
We have a lot of picks this year. And when guys like him get extra hype, it throws off other teams draft strategies.... ensuring that we get quality in all rounds. We could easily get "1st round" talents in the 2nd/ 3rd round.
His speed is impressive... but we need guys with sure hands. I wouldn't be against drafting him, because of the obvious, but the more guys like this ascend up the board, the better our entire draft looks
So what's it called when the baseball players (or anyone for that matter) put whipped cream in a tin foil pie dish? There's no crust and yet at that point it even becomes a verb and you "pie" someone. If you take all the pumpkin out of pumpkin pie, you no longer have pumpkin pie. Or chocolate pudding, etc. You have just the crust...not a pie.
So I might argue the opposite. That without the filling you have no pie but you can have pie without the crust...as long as you have one of those tin foil pie thingy's.
I also can't believe I spent any amount of time on that response.
Good question. "pieing" someone as a verb is different from "pie" the noun. Its about context. We "pie" posts all the time here... and neither does the pie have crust, nor filling. Many of those pies don't have filling at all... because it has shaving cream. Its baseballs equivalent to a Gatorade bath. So though its true that in baseball people are "pied," it does not fall into the category of pie's that are made for consumption.
Pumpkin tells you what type of pie it is.... but it still requires a crust. Pumpkin, chicken, apple, sweet potato, meat... they all tell you what type of pie it is.... and they all need a crust... unless its being used in a different context.
the crust is What makes it a pie. You cant really define its importance by percentage because by definition.... without a crust, it is not a pie at All. So by definition... since a crust is 100% necessary for it to be a pie, the crust is of 100% importance.
There are many other ingredients that you can have and it will still be a pie.... but no crust? no pie.
I liken the crust of a pie to the offensive line... no matter how great your filling is... without a stable crust, it all falls apart. Crust gets little love...
But I prefer a flaky, buttery crust. Keeps things nice and hearty.