Yancy McKnight was hailed, upon his arrival, as a fantastic addition to the staff. Now, plenty of people are sniping at him. So, what do you think? Is he good? Who's better? What are we doing right? What are we doing wrong? My personal amateur take and two Pesos (worth about that much, depending on the exchange rate): I think Yancy excels at making players stronger, putting on the muscle mass, and (to a lesser degree) losing the fat mass. I think the conditioning/endurance aspect of our program is average, maybe a bit better than average. I'd say there should be a greater focus on flexibility. Also, some positions (WR, CB, RB) have athletes that may not perform better if they're bigger--even if the greater size comes entirely from more muscle. We may be packing on too much muscle weight on some athletes that rely on quickness and speed for their effectiveness. Perhaps if the linemen, TEs, and MLBs had one program, focusing mostly on getting stronger (while not neglecting conditioning and flexibility), and the skill positions had another program, focusing mostly on track/speed/quickness (while not neglecting strength), we might be better off. After all, we're training for football, not power-lifting meets.