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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Messi, Dec 12, 2018.
This kind of sleuthing is why I come to CF
I'm gonna guess Washington.
Alex Illikainen is pretty similar to Jacobson. I could see us taking a sit out transfer to replace Jacobson when he leaves after next season. Just a guess.
Pretty sure we recruited him out of high school too
I'd be shocked if we're interested in him. While Little Pitino's ability to coach up guards is no doubt in question, Washington did little with the chances he got - and, he was on teams with no other PGs. I have no idea how he was NY player of the year - at least, that's how he was touted up here. Not a fit in Prohm's offense - doesn't pass all that well and doesn't shoot it well... not sure what the upside would be. Not who you'd want in the pick and roll. I'd be surprised if he ends up at a P5 school.
Bolton would be awesome
Rasir Bolton is intriguing as a sit out.
Iowa State has a good track record with Big Ten sit out kids
ISU did recruit Alex but that was under Fred not Prohm.
Bolton would be a very good addition, 6'2 CG who averaged 11 pts as a Freshman.
Yeah, I was wondering about that, and was leaning toward it being Fred.
Not Maishe Dailey, do not want.
::jimlad:: (is it really necessary?)
I think Bolton would be a good fit in Ames.
Would love to get the Bolton kid. Can someone spell out how he pronounces his first name though? Is is
How does he pronounce it?
Sounds like a perfect fit
I saw a couple Penn State games, and Rah Seer is what I'm remembering it as. Could be wrong.
Iowa State Grad Assistant Blake Wetherington recently followed Isaiah Moss on twitter
Our stalker skills are fantastic today.
Has anybody checked in on Maishe Dailey's twitter?
Rough day for the hoks. Fran is so pissed it’ll be years before he recruits another transfer.
Javan Johnson will begin his ISU visit Thursday.