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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Messi, Dec 12, 2018.
Intriguing, horrible FT shooter though
To be fair to Terrence if Moss was playing at ISU the past two year's he'd likely wouldn't have gotten time on the floor either. Lewis was a higher ranked prep player than Moss and this will be his opportunity to show his talent and high school evaluation was correct. Lewis isn't a proven P6 player yet but I can see him averaging 10ish pts as a Jr in 24 minutes playing time.
Nah, just you and your buddy JP4CY. I don't have a problem with @Cydkar.
If they had already signed 2 top spring targets you guys that disagreed with my Moss post would be on my side instead.
The fact some of you are even entertaining the fact of a player like Moss grad transferring is desperation in the case they don't sign any impact grad transfers.
I don't want Moss. I'm guessing the people who made fun of Moss not being good all year aren't the ones saying they'd take him
Moss being bad at basketball is about the only thing I remember agreeing with you on from my time on the Rivals forum.
The rage switch will flip eventually.
Two things on this (and before you-know-who turns the afterburners on his doom and gloom shtick about how we are going to win nine games next season)...
(1.) If Moss were not an ex-Hawkeye, I bet we would be intrigued in a guy like him who has shown flashes and might be a fun bench heat check guy, even if I doubt you want him starting against Big 12 guards. Him transferring from Iowa to another high-major program is not some sort of ridiculous stretch or something like that. He is at least marginal at that level.
(2.) College basketball is fundamentally an institution of entertainment for the most of us. Watching Moss come to Iowa State just to drill a bunch of three-pointers against Iowa in Hilton this fall would be on the amusing side. I know it is not going to happen, but we can dream, and I am sure plenty of us are still miffed about the whole Haluska thing.
I do think that Moss being a Hawk plays into people disliking him, we've also seen more of him to know hes not very consistent.
Some of these other xfers could be equally inconsistent, were just not as familiar
I don't dislike him. I just know it takes at least 2 years for the stench to wash off.
Are we sure the reason Moss has turned out this way isn't due to coaching the last 3 (4?) years? Lack of development is Fran's biggest problem. (i.e. Tyler Cook) Among many problems.
Moss as a sit out would be intriguing but probably a pass as GT, he isn't a ton different level of player in the b1g as Jacobson was at Nebraska. MJ having a year to sit (under a better coach) gave him some potential to improve, he made the most of it. Moss as a GT is what he is at this point. Loyola makes sense for him but I wouldn't be surprised to see Freddie take a look.
Nebraska would check the closer to home box per Justin Hamilton.
You don't want the shining star of a historic recruiting class?
My wish list as of 5/5
Rayjon Tucker, 6-5, 210, SG, Little Rock
Stats: 20.3 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 41% 3-pointers
Admon Gilder, 6-4, 200, G, Texas A&M
Stats: 12.3 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 40% 3-pointers
Chris Clarke, 6-6, 205, SF, Virginia Tech
Stats: 8.2 ppg, 6.3 rpg (2017-18)
Ryan Woolridge, 6-3, 175, G, North Texas
Stats: 11.7 ppg 5.9 rpg 4.7 apg, 1.7 spg
Jaevin Cumberland, 6-3, 185, SG, Oakland
Stats: 17.2 ppg, 3.5 apg, 40% 3-pointers
Elijah Mitrou-Long, 6-1, 185, G, Texas
Stats: 5.6 ppg 2.2 rpg 1.6 apg in 18 mpg
Sit out transfers
Rasir Bolton, 6-2, 180, SG, Penn State
Stats: 11.6 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 1.5 apg
Sit 1 play 3
Victor Bailey JR, 6-4, 190, SG, Oregon
Stats: 7.4 ppg 2.0 rpg, 0.9 apg in 19 mpg. 40% 3-pointers
Sit 1 play 2
Shamiel Stevenson, 6-6, 245, G, Pitt / Nevada (never played)
8.0 ppg 4.1 rpg 0.9 apg in 22 mpg
Sit 1 play 2 ( i think? his eligibility is weird)
Caleb Daniels, 6-4, 205, SG, Tulane
Stats: 16.9 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 3.3 apg
Sit 1 play 2
Stanley Umude, 6-6, 210, G/F, South Dakota
14.4 ppg 5.5 rpg 1.4 apg 1.2 bpg in 26 mpg
sit 1 play 2
Keve Aluma, 6-9, 230, F, Wofford
6.9 ppg 6.8 rpg 1.0 apg
sit 1 play 2
Marco Anthony, 6-4, 212, SG, Virginia
Stats: 1.5 ppg, 0.7 rpg, 0.6 apg in 6.3 mpg
Sit 1 play 2
The players on this list are not necessary connected with ISU, correct?
Gilder is off the board for us unfortunately
Where did you see this?
Yeah this is news to me...