I was definitely impressed with both Reid Travis and Bonzie Colson, Jr with their scoring ability in this game. Anyone know our chances with either of these PF's? Looks like we are up against UCLA, Arizona, Michigan St. and depending how smart Travis is Harvard with actual offers. He has great build.
Colson plays bigger than he's listed and has offers from Notre Dame and Florida State. He seems shifty and works hard under the basket.
What about our chances on some of the other bigs like Abu, White or Johnson? Hope we land one of these guys that has our style, since this last class is guard heavy.
If you look at the espn website about 2/3 of the top recruits we're going after are PF. I don't think any of us have an idea until they trim their lists. I think theirs a high chance we get one PF in the top 100. Which one. I have no clue. You are correct. They both looked very impressive. Travis looked like a pro football DE. Dude is jacked.
Travis Hines reported that we're backing off of Travis due to lack of interest, which coincides with what a couple of posters have been claiming for some time.
Ahh, yeah I apologize for not being up-to-date. I tried reading through 10-15 pages of the recruit 2.0 thread and hadn't caught anything. I wasn't sure if there were any updates on some of the bigs. I knew Abu would be a struggle to get due to all the attention he's gotten lately.
Is it yahoo that does their interpretation of where each team stands on warm, cold, etc.?
But the Minnesota rivals article on last night's performance says we're on his list with Gonazga, MN, Stanford, UCLA, and I forget who else. But, I guess just cuz we're still listed doesn't mean the coaches don't have more concrete info. Who knows?
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