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    Translating HS stats to College stats

    Obviously, I have expressed my skepticism of Eikmeier and what he will be able to do at ISU.

    Last night I was watching Arkansas play and they were talking about one of the Arkansas players (Patrick Beverly, G, 6-1, 180) and how prolific of a scorer he was in HS. It made me think of the many discussions we have had on this site about Eikmeier. So I decided to do a little research on Patrick Beverly and look at how his HS stats compare to his Freshman and Sophomore (so far) stats at Arkansas:

    HS - Chicago Marshall (Sr. Year)
    37 ppg
    8 steals pg
    6 asst pg
    6 rebound pg
    56% fg%
    45% 3pt fg%
    91% ft%

    (scored 40+ 9 times, scored 30+ 18 times, made 9 threes in a career high 48 point game)

    Freshman - Arkansas
    14 ppg
    2 steals pg
    3 asst pg
    4 rebound pg
    42% fg%
    39% 3pt fg%
    81% ft%

    (he was named the SEC newcomer of the year for his freshman performance)

    Sophomore (so far) - Arkansas
    12 ppg
    1 steals pg
    2 asst pg
    7 rebound pg
    39% fg%
    37% 3pt fg%
    66% ft%

    This kid played a very high level of competition in HS and was ready to start right away in college. He also had what could be termed great success for a freshman (unless you compare it to the Durants, Conleys, Odens, and Beasleys of the world). And his stats fell considerably accross the board because playing in the SEC is far tougher than playing HS BB in Chicago.

    What are your thoughts as to what Eikmeier will have for stats as a freshman at ISU coming from Fremont, NE Bergan HS?



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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    8 ppg, 40% threes, 91% ft(that has nothing to do with school size) 3 as. 2 reb.



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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    We get it. Don't you think you have beaten this horse to death?

    That being said, I don't think he will have any stats. I think with Haluska's emergence, Ike redshirts.



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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    As a freshmen I expect him to be a role player. He may be brought in if we want to stretch the defense. I don't expect him to start or be a serious scoring threat unless teams are collapsing on the post and he can get open looks from 3. Hard to say how he will develop as a player in McD's system.


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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    One I can't help to think of when I think of Eik is Teddy Dupay. Dupay played against much tougher competition, but averaged 42ppg and 46% 3pt in high school. That translated to about 10ppg in college and 39% 3pt.



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    The real truth is none of us know how his game will translate. He could be the next Kirk Hinrich, or the next Troy Skinner.



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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    I would be tickled if we get 10ppg out of him as a freshman. Actually, that would be phenomenal.


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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    Hopefully McDermott feels comfortable with Buckley, Garrett, Staiger, Haluska, and Petersen that Eikmeier can redshirt.

    If he does play, I wouldn't expect to see more than about 6-8 minutes a game and his stats will be similarly small. That is, unless he's just awesome beyond any reasonable expectation. :)



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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    Can you analyze Raef LaFrenz's stats from his tiny HS tucked away in the Mississippi River valley of NE Iowa and see how those translated to college stats?


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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    Quote Originally Posted by benjay View Post
    Hopefully McDermott feels comfortable with Buckley, Garrett, Staiger, Haluska, and Petersen that Eikmeier can redshirt.

    If he does play, I wouldn't expect to see more than about 6-8 minutes a game and his stats will be similarly small. That is, unless he's just awesome beyond any reasonable expectation. :)
    Don't forget we also have Boozer and Lee. I think both these guys could be important to the team next year.



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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    WTF?

    That's what I think. Analyzing a kid's stats at Arkansas to continue a discussion about Eik? Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.


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    Re: Translating HS stats to College stats

    Quote Originally Posted by Cydkar View Post
    WTF?

    That's what I think. Analyzing a kid's stats at Arkansas to continue a discussion about Eick? Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
    Oh Cydkar, you have such a way with words...



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    Dude, you live in Marion? So do I.



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    Yep, on Emerald St off of Grande. You?



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