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    Rahshon Clark

    I live in Omaha, so I do not get to watch the Cyclones as much as I would like. Last night, I had the opportunity to watch them, YAY I don't care what anyone says, this guy is a STUD! He impressed me so much last night, he plays with so much intensity and the other players seem to feed off of him. Also, on another note, has anyone noticed the disgust on the players faces that Rahshon is guarding?? I think he really disrupts the other teams offense...


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    Re: Rashon Clark

    rah....

    sorry pet peeve.


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    Re: Rashon Clark

    he is a complete stud as well as a great competitor the question is is he good enough to go pro?



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    Re: Rashon Clark

    Quote Originally Posted by bjwitt View Post
    he is a complete stud as well as a great competitor the question is is he good enough to go pro?
    I don't know, that is a great question... It seems like he could maybe be a defensive stopper.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    Quote Originally Posted by Drizzle View Post
    Dont reply then...
    I fixed it for ya.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    I just want to know exactly how close he is to getting to 1,000 points.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.ISUFan22 View Post
    I just want to know exactly how close he is to getting to 1,000 points.
    From the stat they flashed last night, I think he needs 4 more to get to 1,000.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    If Rashon doesn't have what it takes to go pro, I hope he comes back to be an assistant and we can groom him to become our next head coach. Don't get me wrong I hope that isn't for the next 20 years but I think he would be a great head coach someday.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    What about Lee? Hopefully Rahshon can teach him a few tricks. A great defensive player is a huge key for a team. They single handedly can disrupt a teams offensive gameplan and disrupt a strong offensive players rhythm.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    I don't know RC personally but I'll make a blanket statement from my observations of him on tv and radio, he's a class act all around and most coaches probably wish they had a roster full of Rashon's. I'll miss him when his days are over at ISU... he's crazy athletic but the pro's are a big ? mark. Perhaps NBDL in Des Moines to see where he stands at that level first? or Europe? It will be interesting to see how he pans out through the Big 12 season. He doesn't always put up huge numbers but he does so many intangibles and things that don't show up in the stat box.


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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    He has really had a great year. It is going to be so difficult to replace him especially on the defensive end of things.


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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    Quote Originally Posted by Drizzle View Post
    What about Lee? Hopefully Rahshon can teach him a few tricks. A great defensive player is a huge key for a team. They single handedly can disrupt a teams offensive gameplan and disrupt a strong offensive players rhythm.
    Lee is only going to get better, but he has his own thread going a few pages back.


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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    I watched on tv last night, Rahshons best play of the night was when he dove on the court for the ball and the MU guy didn't see him coming. You could hear his elbows and knees hitting the floor with a big thud. BJ and his sidekick said those are the types of plays that win games for you. Far out Rahshon, show the kids how to play the game.


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    Re: Rashon Clark

    Quote Originally Posted by bjwitt View Post
    he is a complete stud as well as a great competitor the question is is he good enough to go pro?
    Sorry, but I would give Rahshon a 0% chance of playing in the NBA. He could maybe catch on overseas some where. He has been great for Iowa State though, and has been a good leader for the team this past couple of years, but let's be honest he does have some pretty big holes in his game. He'll go down ranked high in a lot of categories at Iowa State though and a guy that will be remembered for a long time.



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    Re: Rahshon Clark

    6'5"-6'6" is a guard in the NBA but he doesn't have the guard skills for the NBA. At least not right now. He's got NBA athletic ability. Maybe he'll grow 4". :)

    I'd pay a lot of money to have him back next year.



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