The duo of Seth 'Scump' Abner and Matt 'Nadeshot' Haag were back together in a recent video, discussing the ins and outs of rostermania, and rating each other's teams.
With Nadeshot officially part of the Call of Duty esports scene once again, having picked up an all star roster for the Black Ops 4 season, he asked Scump as a current competitor to rate his squad.
And Scump had nothing but nice things to say about the 100 Thieves roster, saying it was between them and OpTic for the team most likely to win the first event "on paper".
Scump says that "out of the teams that have been announced, it's [OpTic] and you guys, who should be the best teams."
Individually, Scump praises each of the 100T players, calling Kenny the best SMG, Fero the best rookie from last season, and Enable a great teammate who brings good vibes.
As for Octane and SlasheR, while Scump agree that they are two of the top thee AR players, he worries there could be a role clash, just like OpTic had last season,
Equally, Nadeshot gave his thoughts on the OpTic roster, which now includes the young duo of Dashy and TJHaLy, plus the return of three time world champion Karma.
First, he reminds everyone that Scump is the best teammate he's ever had. As for Crimsix, despite the pair "bumping heads" in the past, Nadeshot says he is a "very cerebral player" who "always makes the right play".
Karma he says is a "wildcard", who has had his struggles recently, but Nade knows how good he can be. TJHaLy is a "phenomenal" player according to Nadeshot.
Finally, Nadeshot admits he doesn't know much about Dashy, so defers to Scump for his opinion, said Dashy's SnD talent was the reason they picked them up.
Just before the video ends, Nadeshot also sticks in a sly word about Team Envy, another top roster. He says he doesn't think Envy will be as good as either of 100 Thieves or OpTic.
"[Envy] won't be better than 100 Thieves or OpTic, I think Envy's team is actually going to be really inconsistent," he explains, but Scump gives no comment - maybe not wanting jinx his team.
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