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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by CycloneJoe, May 3, 2019.
How old are you?
Find it in the Fiction Section.
Well when you sign 6 guys you better be in the top 50
The guy they got from Paris FR seems to be the best of the bunch.
Actually ISU and Iowa's average player rating is higher than what Fred accumulated, but he did not have a lot of time to put things together..
Looks like they just got a comitment from 6-4 Samari Curtis, Mr.Basketball for state of Ohio. Don't know their status with scholly's but seems to fit.
Pretty sure several of these commits are guys Matt had been recruiting for St John’s . NU has like 11 new players now. I think it’s pretty safe to say that Fred absolutely doesn’t return to the college game without getting Matt A. on board first... before any discussions ever occurred.
Fred or his assistants have definitely not forgotten how to recruit.
When I posted this (facts regarding OP), they had 2 scholarships left to give (as I stated). The Monday or Tuesday or so after this story, it was reported that 2 of the players they figured or assumed would be back in this story, it turns out were let go (maybe Saturday?) like Heiman was (except apparently without the finals aspect). So at that point they had 4 scholarships to give.
This was big news at the OWH site. I wouldn’t have posted it (as this is a Cyclone site), but am now for completeness as this thread resurrected.
Also, because of the coaching change this is allowed (from what I read). And anyone who didn’t want to transfer but remain at their school, could remain on scholarship at the school, just not play/be on the team and that that scholarship does not count against the NCAA limit.
Anyway, they got some more recruits because of this.
So far this thread has been the place where I've seen this situation talked about the most.
Dude I get it. I was simply prepping folks.
Brand new team in Nebby land...Fred definitely cleaned house. Safe to say that teams can now scout Nebby by watching previous ISU games.