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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Messi, Dec 12, 2018.
Jeff Grayers son
6-5 200 lb guard originally from Flint, MI
Injured 7 games into the 2018–19 season But career averages (102 starts) of 11.0 ppg 5.3 rpg 0.9 apg in 29.4 mpg. 35% 3P shooter
This thread is about to get cooking.
It’s transfer season baby
I think the staff cooled on him as well. Probably a good thing too.
6-5 195 lb guard
Was actually solid at Marquette
10.1 ppg 3.5 rpg 2.2 apg in 28 mpg over 70 games for the Golden Eagles. 36.7% career 3P shooter
Grayer's kid might be an interesting prospect for us next year depending on who leaves
Given the uncertainty with Lard I wouldn’t mind seeing ISU going after a big that has to sit out a year. We would be awfully thin in the front court with just Conditt and some underclassmen in 20-21 (unless Solo gets a redshirt this year).
The way we’re managing the big guys, our system really only needs two capable guys and maybe a third that can give you spot minutes when you have foul trouble.
True. I wish we utilized multiple personnel groupings for different situations. We seem to like to play small and smaller. It generally works well but I can’t say I don’t miss running with Homan and Vroman at the same time.
6-0 185 lb guard
In 2 years and 55 career games at BYU averaged 7.4 ppg 2.5 rpg 1.9 apg. 27% 3P shooter.
I feel like the game has changed so much with the 3 point shot. If we have a big that can shoot the three, I think we'd play 2 bigs either normally or at times. We were very spoiled with a run of Ejim, Hogue, and Niang. Guys who could play in the post and shoot from 3.
This is why I'm looking forward to this kid. Good shooter and very polished skills. I think he's going to be Prohm's next great find.
Hopefully that’s true.
I’m optimistic Conditt, Jacobson, and Young can make outside shots. Hogue only made 8 (of 26) in 18 conference games in 2013-14. Ejim made only 18 3Ps in 36 conference games his sophomore and junior seasons, shooting 27.6%.
Didn't Conditt have a 3 point shot in high school? I think I'd expect him more than Solomon to hit some 3s. Zion is another option. I don't know if he will play more wing or post but I know he developed a 3 point shot in high school knowing it is what would get him to D-1.
Here’s first real name i can see ISU getting involved with
Evan Gilyard - UTEP
5-10 160 lb guard
Originally from Chicago (Simeon)
13.6 ppg 3.1 rpg 1.7 apg in 26 mpg 33% career 3P shooter
Sit 1 play 2
Solomon will receive the redshirt. He was well under the criteria, and it should not be difficult to document the medical hardships he has faced for the NCAA.
My worry with him is if he will be 100% again. We got lucky with Naz, who came back stronger than ever, but sometimes guys never recover from cumulative injuries.
I think we have missed him more than we think this year. There were lots of situations we could have used the muscle as MJ got pushed around out there.
He would be a nice Wigginton or THT replacement on the scholarship chart.
Don’t know how much interest he’ll have.
4.3 ppg 4.1 rpg in 17 mpg for a 14-18 FGCU team
They lose 6 seniors so he’d have a role on next year’s team.
Can’t believe he was a one time Xavier Commit
Thats a guy who has bounced around.
I admire not quitting on his dream.
I think Solomon's injury is not a lingering injury. The fact that he did come back and play some after the surgery makes me feel good about it. Teams always have a use for a guy like Solomon. Not the most talented guy but does a lot of things well for us.