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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by ruflosn, Sep 22, 2019.
Based on what?
Steve Prohm's diary
Didn't we want him out of high school?
Yep, I can't remember if Mario visited but did have one scheduled and believe ISU was in his top 10. Robinson was his recruiter so I am sure he still has the number if ISU wants to gadge interest.
one potential problem is MMck was suspended leading to the transfer, Don't believe the reason has been leaked yet.
Not that he’ll end up in Ames, but big name that will have suitors (assuming he’s medically cleared)
@jeffborzillo UCLA’s Shareef O’Neal is transferring, per the school.
Isn't there some knee concerns or did those clear up?
Believe he's originally from Chicago
Weird timing for a mid year. Going to be tough to find a school that will let him enroll this late
I always give freshmen 2 years, if they aren’t showing the ability to contribute during their sophomore year then I don’t expect much. Much like Naz. I like to give them a year with college coaches developing them.
I loved it when the light clicked on for Naz. I was sorry to see it doesn't happen often at ISU. Sherron Dorsey-Walker, Nkweurem Okoro, Jakolby Long, you have to think Terrence Lewis might belong in this category now, and time running a little short for Zion as well. The real sad thing is that with the group of guys that left after year 2, they went on to be duds at their next stops as well, only confirming that they were bad recruiting misses.
1/17 was last day to register for classes.
not sure if them being a private school helps/hurts chances of getting admission though
Coach Cal was just talking him up about how he was going to be needed as the season continued.
Illinois bound it sounds like.
Naz is the exception to the rule.
Matt Thomas was about the same.
When Naz was brought in, he was seen as a combo guard that could help at the point which we needed. Much like Jackson, both were a bit too loose with their handles to thrive at the point. When we looked at them more as 2G/SG, they thrived more as shooters, and in his redshirt senior year, Naz really developed into a slasher as people came hard respecting his J. While I like having multiple PGs on the floor if they can also score, having a bunch of combo guards on the floor without great handles is not a positive recipe for success. Having guys like Georges and Royce that can play point forward bridged the gap in years we struggled at the point.