March 30, 2012
By Edward Lee
Tucker Hull is too busy trying to score a goal or find an open teammate to notice what his opponent is doing. It's only a few days afterward, when the Navy sophomore attackman is reviewing game film, that he sees how he affects defensemen when he has the ball.
Hull's influence is even noticeable to fellow sophomore attackman Sam Jones.
"When I look back at the film, when Tucker has the ball, there are a lot of people looking at him," Jones said. "People get worried. They get happy feet, and they get nervous. … I'm sure during the week leading up to a game, they're saying, '[No.] 39 is dangerous, 39 can do this and 39 can do that.' I'd be shocked if teams weren't just absolutely keying in on him."
Said Hull: "I don't really notice it during the game. … I don't really think about or even see the defensemen watching me or keying in on me at all."
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