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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by ruflosn, Sep 22, 2019.
Top 30 Updated Grad-Transfer List ranks, Lot of familiar names but here are 2 of particular interest.
No. 11 Name: Justin Smith
Schools: Illinois, Iowa State, Maryland, Northwestern, Georgetown, DePaul, Notre Dame, Wake Forest, NC State
A three year starter for the Hoosiers, Smith decided to transfer late in the process after graduating in only three years. At around 6-foot-7 and 225 pounds, Smith has the defensive versatility to guard all over the court. He found a way to be productive in his time in Bloomington, and made a home at the power forward position while also playing on the wing some depending on the match up.
An excellent athlete, Smith can be a weapon if locked in and playing to his strengths, which are within 10 feet of the rim. This past season he averaged 10.4 points and 5.2 rebounds while shooting 49 percent from the floor. The issue with Smith has always been his perimeter jumper. In three years, Smith was a combined 20-80 from three-point range."
No. 26 – Jalen Coleman-Lands (Iowa State) - A former top 50 recruit who has shot making potential with good length and solid athleticism.
Thought this quote was funny. Calling Nebraska a Low Major. Didn't even know that term existed.
No. 28 – Kobe Webster (Nebraska) - Put up big numbers at the low-major level. Will now be tasked as an instant offense guard in the Big Ten.
hes calling Western Illinois a low major
Kobe Webster came from Western Illinois which is low D1 or low-major.
Kobe Webster transferred up to Nebraska from Western Illinois.
WIU is in the Summit League for basketball -- the same as "powerhouses" such as Nebraska-Omaha, UND, NDSU, Purdue-FW, USD, and SDSU.
That is a mid-to-low-ish major conference.
I think they are referring to the player's former program there, not to Nebraska. Nebraska is one of the worst high-major programs presently and historically, but I do not know how you can consider a Big Ten program as somehow "low-major."
Ahh I read it wrong. I was thinking he transferred to a low major. Which he actually did in mosts opinions
I'm reading that as Nebraska, and I cannot be convinced otherwise.
Both Gach announced his final five on twitter: Maryland, Creighton, Iowa State, Auburn, Minnesota.
Yeah i prefer to read it the same way lol
Gach and who??
His twin brother?
Still bitter about his incident with Monte...he was on his way to being my most hated big 12 opponent
What was the incident? I’ve totally forgotten.
I'm not sure how but I totally misses this. What happened?
He killed Dumbledore
How dare you stand where he stood.
not a very strong showing for us so far.