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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Messi, Nov 20, 2016.
Does the pipeline tradition continue?
It's never too early to start talking transfers.
Do we have one for a midyear if Lard ends up in Ames this December?
Assuming zero attrition, no, we're full until next year.
Still three to give for next year, though, holding one for Stokes. *fingers crossed*
(shading... green = grad transfers, gold = JUCO, pink = on a redshirt year)
Man we are young next year so far, but we'll return a lot for Maui year!
Marquette, vast wasteland of transfers when the first snow flies.
Sat out last season after transferring from San Jose state where he averaged 13 points and 3 rebounds per game.
No we won't when Lard ends up in Ames in December . Lol.
I could see Tai Wynyard transferring from Kentucky.
6-11 220lb center. Averaged 7.3 ppg and 5.7 rebounds last season. 6.0 and 3.5 currently.
Chose St. Johns over Baylor, Louisville and Maryland out of HS. Interesting
He's extremely raw.
I'm guessing he will be pretty sought after
That's the key to recruiting. Getting kids that are sought after.
Heck of a shot blocker.
After identifying talent.
Agreed, there are a small percentage of coaches that can identify diamonds, but for the most part you put the odds in your favor if other coaches want the same kids you do.
True, our staff obviously needs to get their targets to turn down competitors. At ISU that usually means we better be one of the first ones in. That ability to indentify can mean our coaches result in finding guys most other P5 coaches missed on.
We need great recruiters, ones that can do more than whale hunting. Imo there's a lot of overlap in that skill with that small percentage you speak of.