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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Sounds like the opposite of Korie. I can get behind that.



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Jacy Holloway who can score if he needs to. I like that.

    My ideal PG is capable of scoring 20, but chooses to score 9 because they create for the other four guys on the floor.



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Quote Originally Posted by madcityCY View Post
    Jacy Holloway who can score if he needs to. I like that.

    My ideal PG is capable of scoring 20, but chooses to score 9 because they create for the other four guys on the floor.
    He will fit your ideal well! Fun kid to watch, Cyclone fans will enjoy his style.


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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Great scouting report Brent. Very solid work. Excited to have Custer on board.


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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Great scouting, it was a good read. I was thinking Jacy as I was reading it before I got to your comparison...seems great minds think alike!



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Like what I am reading.



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Quote Originally Posted by madcityCY View Post
    Just like Jacy Holloway who can score if he's allowed to. I like that.
    FIFY. Jacy was an accomplished guard who held scoring records in HS but Floyd had a rule for him that he couldn't take a shot unless the shot clock was under something like 5 seconds. When he shot it he made it at a decent clip. It wasn't a case of unable to, it was not allowed to.


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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Yeah Jacy was a scorer when he was recruited to Iowa State. Pretty sure if Jacy averaged 2 points a game in high school we would not have recruited him.


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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Hornecek was also a point guard who was great at distributing the ball, unselfish, and played at a pace that was controlled, but suddenly could take off if needed. I remember he made the most unbelievable down court precision passes on the fast break.


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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    I can't find a single highlight of this kid on the internet. Strange.



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    The Heartland Shootout 2012 Mix - YouTube

    Go to 1:28 in this video, there are a few highlights from the game on Saturday.


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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloClone View Post
    FIFY. Jacy was an accomplished guard who held scoring records in HS but Floyd had a rule for him that he couldn't take a shot unless the shot clock was under something like 5 seconds. When he shot it he made it at a decent clip. It wasn't a case of unable to, it was not allowed to.
    Probably because he was playing with Dedrick "Deadeye" Willoghby (sorry if i can't remember spelling his name correctly)



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Quote Originally Posted by brentblum View Post
    The Heartland Shootout 2012 Mix - YouTube

    Go to 1:28 in this video, there are a few highlights from the game on Saturday.
    Reid Travis - wow!



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    Re: Blum: Scouting Clayton Custer

    Quote Originally Posted by brentblum View Post
    The Heartland Shootout 2012 Mix - YouTube

    Go to 1:28 in this video, there are a few highlights from the game on Saturday.
    A little off the Custer topic, but I love the power that Travis displays attacking the rim. That's something we currently lack - a big with power AND skill. Nothing against Percy and Georges... RT would be a nice compliment to them.



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