Originally Posted by McGrain
I'm gonna take out McAuliffe I think, but I'm not sure who i'll add in his place. Front runners seem to be
It's a nice pocket argument, but is it really a clear case for having Walcott lower?
Of course not, but then we could go back and forth about B. Leonard versus Fitzsimmons. Preference.
My main issue with lists is the common ratings of Napoles and I. Williams; like they're clearly below Burley or H. Williams. It can be argued, I suppose, but I'm quite strongly opposed. Both, like Gavilan and Rodriguez, have an extensive list of contenders under their belts, and cannot be separated. On my list, like I said, they would typically feature around #28-#32, with Burley and H. Williams just underneath.