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    Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    This is a nice article. As of March 27, no school commitments.

    Kevin Grayer and Jeff Grayer Jr. following in the footsteps of their father, Jeff Grayer, as college basketball players | MLive.com

    Maybe there is more to this hire?


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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Hmmm......I don't know anything about his two sons, but Kevin certainly sounds like he could help us in the backcourt, while Jeff jr sounds like he's still transitioning from frontcourt to backcourt. I bet they're both fine individuals like their father. Maybe they'll want to follow dad to Ames.



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Interesting that their head coach was a guy that Grayer helped take down in 86. Former Michigan player Antoine Joubert was a member of the team that Grayer and Co. took down in 86 to advance to the Sweet 16...


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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    I wonder if either of them have that patented Grayer silky smooth glide into the lane?



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    I personally think it would be really cool if we had the two Grayer kids to go with their dad. How many years would that have if they did wind up at ISU?



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Quote Originally Posted by Thompsonclone21 View Post
    I personally think it would be really cool if we had the two Grayer kids to go with their dad. How many years would that have if they did wind up at ISU?
    Article says they were both sophomores, so.......2 each I would guess.



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Quote Originally Posted by San Francisco Cy View Post
    Interesting that their head coach was a guy that Grayer helped take down in 86. Former Michigan player Antoine Joubert was a member of the team that Grayer and Co. took down in 86 to advance to the Sweet 16...
    One of my favorite stories was when a short pastey white freshman from Michigan State named Scotty Skiles was guarding the highly aclaimed (and somewhat heavy) Antoine Joubert as he was bringing the ball up the court and Skiles said "come on fat boy, show me what you got." I love little guys like Skiles who played with no fear whatsoever. Sort of like Pedroia in baseball.



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Quote Originally Posted by San Francisco Cy View Post
    Interesting that their head coach was a guy that Grayer helped take down in 86. Former Michigan player Antoine Joubert was a member of the team that Grayer and Co. took down in 86 to advance to the Sweet 16...
    Joubert had some hair back in the day!



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    I would conclude they will walk on at ISU???

    With no offers, I would assume they would walk on at ISU. We need the bodies and they would still be close by to let their father watch them play.

    If we have extra scholly's them they might get one??

    No inside info, just my guess.



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    nevermind. Just posted it


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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    My question is, if they are AT ALL good, then why are they JuCo's?



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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone42 View Post
    My question is, if they are AT ALL good, then why are they JuCo's?
    Finally someone around here speaking some sense! Thats exactly what I was thinking when we signed those bums Tinsley and Gilstrap. WHat ever happened to those Dbags?!?!


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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Quote Originally Posted by ripvdub View Post
    Finally someone around here speaking some sense! Thats exactly what I was thinking when we signed those bums Tinsley and Gilstrap. WHat ever happened to those Dbags?!?!
    Precisely. It drives me nuts when people rag on someone for being a Juco. There's PLENTY of talent in the junior colleges and kids have a plethora of different reasons of why they're there. I would love to see these 2 follow their father and walk on.


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    Re: Article about Jeff Grayer's two sons

    Quote Originally Posted by San Francisco Cy View Post
    Interesting that their head coach was a guy that Grayer helped take down in 86. Former Michigan player Antoine Joubert was a member of the team that Grayer and Co. took down in 86 to advance to the Sweet 16...
    I remember that game so well. And the boys coach now..... He was part of the inspiration for ISU with all his trash talk before the game.I think Johnny used Ron Virgil to guard him and that was part of the key to winning.Some of us had nicknamed him TOOHAH (talkin outa his &%$^*@$#)


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