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    Cory Johnson 2010 stats

    I was watching Butler vs Valpo last night, and noticed our former Cory Johnson was schooling Butler.

    I took a look at his stats for the year, and am impressed and slightly shocked.

    He is averaging 15 pts, 6 boards a game. He averaged 2 pts 1 board a game for us.

    I am surprised a player like this couldn't help contribute to our current team. Obviously, a mid major conference isn't going to have the same level of competition, but this good of numbers would still translate into some solid contributions for a BCS school.

    Do we give up too early on some players?



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    We will have to recruit him in 18,000 years then LOL!!



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    he was solid, but he wouldn't be taking time from hamilton or dendy. Hamilton is a 6'11 version of CJ. CJ was just too short to hack it in the big 12. wasn't he like 6'7''. but he guarded greg oden like a man. he was tough.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    Wow 20010 thats in the future.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    He could have helped us now. Now, given that half the team quit.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    He had 28 and 12 last night.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    Quote Originally Posted by gogagig View Post
    He could have helped us now. Now, given that half the team quit.
    whose he going to get time from? brackins? no. hamilton? no. dendy? eh maybe depending on which dendy shows up, but probably not.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    The reason he wasn't playing that much was because he was behind Rashon Clark and Weasley Johnson on the depth chart. Now, if Johnson had said he was leaving right after the end of the season, Cory would most likely still be on the team as the starting small forward(depending if we would have recruited Gilstrap or not).



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    we might need him next year when Year One comes back.


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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    CJ had some skills, he was really adept offensively, was creative and could use the glass really well. Limited defensively by his size for the Big 12 level, but he would be a solid role player on a Big 12 team. He would've helped us the last two years, don't think he would have started but would give some good minutes. He's having an excellent year for Valpo.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    he was solid, but he wouldn't be taking time from hamilton or dendy. Hamilton is a 6'11 version of CJ. CJ was just too short to hack it in the big 12. wasn't he like 6'7''. but he guarded greg oden like a man. he was tough.
    Cory is much stronger, and much more skilled offensively than Hamilton.

    How many points would CJ have on us if we played Valparaiso?



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    Quote Originally Posted by SCNCY View Post
    The reason he wasn't playing that much was because he was behind Rashon Clark and Weasley Johnson on the depth chart. Now, if Johnson had said he was leaving right after the end of the season, Cory would most likely still be on the team as the starting small forward(depending if we would have recruited Gilstrap or not).
    wes and clark were 3 guards. CJ was a 4 and sometimes 5.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    Quote Originally Posted by nickwc View Post
    wes and clark were 3 guards. CJ was a 4 and sometimes 5.
    Wasn't he 6'7 though. Given he was 240 lbs but his height would say he was a 3 or a 4. Either way, he was a backup at both positions.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    Had wayne morgan still been the coach i think he would have really succeeded here in an up-tempo offense cause he could get up and down the court and had good low post moves. Also, the zone defense could have hid his height deficiencies on defense.



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    Re: Cory Johnson 20010 stats

    Its crazy how some peoples opinions can change based off him going from a big conference to a mid major... If he was putting up numbers like that in a major conference similar to the other johnson..maybe i'd want him back.



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