I have heard that we sit very well with him but may not be willing to pull the trigger on our end. He has an offer, if not mistaken, but we wouldn't take his commitment if it came today. That's what I heard. IMO it's more of a need based situation but i haven't put much thought into it. May not even be true.
I trust Fred and company so I would be good with this. However, we will have Sherron Dorsey-Walker, Matt Thomas and Okoro (along with Long and Custer). I'm just trying to piece together where he would fit into that. A player like Vaughn is a no brainer, but the 6'3" 150 lbs is interesting. The 2014 class is loaded with talent (especially from Minnesota) that I hear we have a shot on.
However, I am A) not a coach and B) just a fan. I trust the coaches so cool beans.
Having seen Okoro play, he has a lot of work to do in order to see meaningfull minutes at this point. Hope he works it out and finds a way on the court.
I hear you on that State43. I know he is a project, but I think the talent is there. Darrell looks smooth with the ball and his shooting mechanics look good. He looks to fit the bill of the hybrid point/shooting guard that Fred and Company like. I hope Okoro develops because we really need a slasher in the future and he would fit that bill. Darrell would be a nice player and I would love to have him. I was a huge fan of the Okoro and Dorsey-Walker commits and I am hoping they develop.
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