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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by MNCyGuy View Post
    psh, who's the last decent guy we got from IHCC?
    I'm sure you forgot this...

    Some folks here appear to be confused.


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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    He is a freshman. IHCC legitimately has 6-8 guys this year that will play D-1 so it's tough to evaluate players with the limited minutes to go around. The one thing Hoiberg hasn't had in his tenure is a shot blocker and I think this kid is it. I'll bet Hickory Park to anybody that he picks up 8-10 major offers by this time next year



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by dtISU View Post
    I'm sure you forgot this...

    Some folks here appear to be confused.
    You'd think people would get it without it.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Is Fred still in good with ihcc coach? Not that it matters a ton, but there seemed to be some animosity towards Fred when Amardi left.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Omaha Cy View Post
    Is Fred still in good with ihcc coach? Not that it matters a ton, but there seemed to be some animosity towards Fred when Amardi left.
    Link?



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    I just wonder where these guys with a limited offensive game fit into Fred's system. A shot blocker would a great, but our offense is all predicated on speading the floor, mismatches and everyone being a threat. If you throw in a guy that can only rebound and dunk, I just don't know what that does to our flow.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan32 View Post
    I just wonder where these guys with a limited offensive game fit into Fred's system. A shot blocker would a great, but our offense is all predicated on speading the floor, mismatches and everyone being a threat. If you throw in a guy that can only rebound and dunk, I just don't know what that does to our flow.
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    I would like to have a Cato type center to help the defense and for matchup purposes and would welcome the addition of Dime. That said, Fred really hasn't appered to put a priority on this type of player in the past. The starting centers under Fred were Vanderbeken, White and now Niang (with the PF being Ejim). I am sure CFH could tailor his offense to incorportate a true post w/o an outside game but, I am not sure that is what he prefers. Of course Endozie and Percy getting scholarships would be contrary to my thinking, though honestly they really haven't been getting minutes unless there is foul trouble or blowouts.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by pourcyne View Post
    Yes, I've seen him play. Awesome kid.
    Is this a "she has a great personality" type of post?



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Omaha Cy View Post
    Is Fred still in good with ihcc coach? Not that it matters a ton, but there seemed to be some animosity towards Fred when Amardi left.
    We just got Jameel McKay - so I wouldn't assume it's too bad. I thought I recall mentions of Peery still being involved with finding a school for McKay to transfer too.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by acgclone View Post
    I'm pretty sure he was on campus for a visit recently with a couple of other IHCC guys. He would probably be a great replacement for Hogue/Edozie next year and could play with Niang, McKay and Nader for a year. Then as a senior, he would probably start and be a huge factor.

    Either way, I love the fact that IHCC is a place that we can tap into with Fred. Having Hogue find this level of success (hopefully McKay too) will probably help us out there going forward.
    Are they going somewhere? Or did you mean after next year?



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Omaha Cy View Post
    Is Fred still in good with ihcc coach? Not that it matters a ton, but there seemed to be some animosity towards Fred when Amardi left.
    As good as it is for ISU to have IHCC close to us for getting recruits to play at ISU, I would think it is a selling point of IHCC to have their kids be so close to ISU.

    Now that we are doing better its something both ISU and IHCC can sell.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan32 View Post
    I just wonder where these guys with a limited offensive game fit into Fred's system. A shot blocker would a great, but our offense is all predicated on speading the floor, mismatches and everyone being a threat. If you throw in a guy that can only rebound and dunk, I just don't know what that does to our flow.
    I'm with you. Totally eliminates a part of what we try to do on mismatches offensively. But, Fred could probably find a way to have someone like this facilitate at the high post to open shooters. Whatever Fred says is right.



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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    @ Psiclone Thanks for the link. Wow this guy is a monster seems to be a pretty strong kid around the basket and he does like to finish strong. The mix video shows how he really has an instinct to go after shots defensively too. That would be huge to have an intimidating presence in the middle. A Big 6'10 lefty. This would be a big catch if he signs.




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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by cmjh10 View Post
    I love the size! If Fred wants him and asks me I will approve.











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    Re: Malik Dime---Indian Hills

    @ Psiclone Thanks for the link. Wow this guy is a monster seems to be a pretty strong kid around the basket and he does like to finish strong. The mix video shows how he really has an instinct to go after shots defensively too. That would be huge to have an intimidating presence in the middle. A Big 6'10 lefty. This would be a big catch if he signs. Must have been some grade issues, etc for him to have escaped out of North Carolina.




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