The type of gaurd he is, is exactly what the team is missing this year. He slashes well, shoots well, and has great court vision. Diante show glimpses of this but still needs to be able to knock down the open trey.
I think a backcourt of Colvin, Garrett, and Buckley will have the potential to be extremely solid. Your ability to score all starts with active and multidimentional gaurds and I like this combination for the future!
I watched more highlight videos from that game on You Tube. Chicago high school basketball is incredible. When I was going to grad school there I used to love watch the sports news during high school basketball season. They used to show Ronnie Fields dunks weekly. He was one heck of a player. The second best player on that Farragut team was Kevin Garnett, and they didn't even win state. Think of all that talent that Chicago has produced. I remember that we recruited Stinnett over Jacob Pullen, whom was a 3 star recruit from Chicago. Pullen played tough his Freshman year at K State. I am not sure how he is playing this year. I think kids that come from there are more prepared for college ball because of the talent level there that they routinely practice and play against. I think Colvin will be one heck of a player.
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