""Any Quidguy who can sing is a Quidguy I want." *except for Evan Bell"
WHAT A LIL’ BITCH
The LA Gambits are a new team headed by Tony Rodriguez and Steve DiCarlo.
"This whole ~Gambits~ thing is bullshit."
In what way is it “bullshit”? Like, they’re actually going to exist, it’s not a joke.
"Sometimes I wonder if Brian Vampola actually exists."
"I just wish I could fuck Evan Bell"
I wish I could as well.
65. Amanda Nagy, Lost Boys, Beater/Chaser
Amanda Nagy, better known as Turtles in the quidditch community, is a FANTASTIC player. She transitioned to beater this year and has been a standout player, perhaps slightly overlooked due to the amount of talent on her team…but getting to train…
61. Bernardo “Bernie” Berges, University of Miami, Chaser
Be ready to know the name Bernie Berges by the time World Cup VII is said and done. Although only in his first year, Berges has already proven himself an invaluable member of a UMiami team hungry for redemption. Fast, physical, and…
49. Adam Robillard, UOttawa, C/S
While the majority of teams are in the United States, it is clear that there is talent to spare elsewhere and where better to start than the reigning Canadian champs, the Gee-Gee’s from UOttawa. It is somewhat rare in quidditch to find not only a great athlete,…
44. Keri Callegari, Lone Star, Chaser
On a team filled with high profile players, it is sometimes easy to forget the greatness of Keri Callegari. A major contributor for A&M in years past, Callegari has joined forces with Sarah Holub and former aggie Nichole Galle to make up one of the…
Bell may have just hijacked the draft. Abayan is a probable-first, definite-second round talent- going in the sixth round. Bell can basically load up on quaffle players from here out, grab a decent seeker (I think he can afford a sole-role seeker like Marsh now) and as long as Abayan shows that he is back to his old ways, this might be over before any starting lineups are settled.