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    Post Elite-Camp

    Did ISU offer anybody after the camp?



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    I thought we might get a verbal by now. I am concerned we will loose Iverson. McD has a knack for identify talent very early. We haven't been able to land any of the PF and Center talents that he has found early so far (Jon Leuer, Zeller, Breshers, Bergren, etc.). Iverson's recruiting seems to be blowing up. I hope we can land him. I would be frustrated if we lost him to Creighton.



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Who will you loose Iverson on?



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    I found a free article on him from "Lobo Land" on Rivals. I tried to insert the link but then it wouldn't open. I "Googled" his name and found it. Sounds like he is being recruited hard by New Mexico, Nebraska, and so me others. The atricle says that he is hearing a lot from other schools. He was at UNM elite camp. He has a connection with one of Alford's assistants. Iverson's dad was a NBA draft pick. I hope we get him but I think a replay of the previous players might occur.



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Quote Originally Posted by JVAR View Post
    I thought we might get a verbal by now. I am concerned we will loose Iverson. McD has a knack for identify talent very early. We haven't been able to land any of the PF and Center talents that he has found early so far (Jon Leuer, Zeller, Breshers, Bergren, etc.). Iverson's recruiting seems to be blowing up. I hope we can land him. I would be frustrated if we lost him to Creighton.
    Not sure the staff is interested in Iverson. I don't think he will get an offer from Mac.


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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Big men remain in short demand.


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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Word on the Wisconsin board is that they offered Markolf and he is now headed to Kentucky for a visit. He'll be a hard one to snag as well.

    Edit: One other thing to consider, is that Wisconsin only has one more scholarship left for 2008. So no matter if they sign Gibbs or Markolf, hopefully it will put us high on the list for the other.


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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Big men remain in short demand.
    short demand... or short supply?



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    My son played in a team camp at Southeastern Louisiana over the weekend. The camp included a number of talented teams including Peabody (Alexandria LA), Helen Cox (New Orleans area), Destrehan (New Orleans area), and Christian Life (Baton Rouge).

    Greg Monroe was not in attendance for Helen Cox (he was apparently at some Nike sponsored camp) so the class of the tournament was Peabody. They tend to have a couple of DI prospects every year and this year appears to be no different. They had a guard that reminded me of Gary Thompkins from the mid 80s (both in appearance and style of play).

    I would really like to see our coaches could open up a pipeline to Louisiana because the HS basketball here is tremendous. After LSU fills its quota there are plenty of kids to go around that end up having success elsewhere...DJ Augustin (Texas), Martin Zeno (Texas Tech), Chris Duhon (Duke), Donald Perry (Indiana), Ryan Francis (USC), etc.

    The top guys in the state this year (after Greg Monroe) appear to be Terrance Henry, Storm Warren, and Brandon Moore.



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    I watched him play at the elite camp - he's overrated, forget about him.



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Quote Originally Posted by kg-cyclone View Post
    I watched him play at the elite camp - he's overrated, forget about him.
    Are you talking about Markolf? I heard he was recovering from an injury and was a shell of his normal self.



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    No, Markolf can really help us. Iverson is overrated, hope he goes to Nebraska, so we can beat on him.



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    KG could you maybe give us a report or rundown of the elite camp????



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    Re: Post Elite-Camp

    Quote Originally Posted by JVAR View Post
    Iverson's dad was a NBA draft pick.
    Are we talking A.I? I could handle having a 6'8" "Answer" on the team.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BryceC View Post
    Word on the Wisconsin board is that they offered Markolf and he is now headed to Kentucky for a visit. He'll be a hard one to snag as well.

    Edit: One other thing to consider, is that Wisconsin only has one more scholarship left for 2008. So no matter if they sign Gibbs or Markolf, hopefully it will put us high on the list for the other.
    Wisc. has 8 players on scholarship that are 6'7" or taller. Included are Berggren, Nankivil and Leuer. I can't see Markoff competing for playing time here, these were all top 100 recruits.



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