Not every good collegian is going to make it as a pro. On this board if a guy fails a bit at the next level, he's trashed.
In NCAA football and men's basketball, about 90-95 percent of the athletes don't make it at the next level, including some collegiate superstars. Most fans of those sports understand this.
Why is Fleet any different than those football and basketball guys? He had a great collegiate career and is trying his best as a pro. I never envisioned him as an Olympic medalist anyway, but at least he's out there giving it a try. Do most here expect all former collegians to dominate as pros and win Olympic medals? It seems like that.