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Isaacson Drafted, Likely Not Coming Back
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bigolhawg Offline
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Charlie Isaacson was drafted in the 29th round by the Yankees, and is reportedly going to sign. He said "its time to move on, A door is opened and its time to walk through it." This will be a tough loss for the Diamond Hogs.

Theyve already lost two signees to the draft, but Gary Hogan, Jr. was the only other Hog drafted in the first two days and he says he will probably stay.

Thats still a good strong base to build off of for next season.

Go Hogs, Beat Clemson!
06-06-2002 11:47 AM
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Isaacson is a senior anyways, he should go. <img border="0" alt="[Cheers]" title="" src="graemlins/cheers.gif" />

Great job he's done for us at Arkansas though, a definite tough void to fill for next year.

06-06-2002 08:54 PM
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