Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Cydkar, Oct 16, 2015.
would be an incredible pick up if we lose wigginton to the draft...
OSU is pretty happy he fell into their lap.
Did you know diarrhea is heredity? Apparently it runs in your jeans.
George Conditt received high praise from one of the best NBA Draft analysts:
Hmm. Did some checking - he played in a pretty good AAU program and averaged 16 pts. a game in HS. Here are some clips:
Ok but is he the best friend of any recruits we’re after?
Seems like a pretty good kid.
Looks like the most talented walk-on since the kid who transferred to Southern Miss who got some time under Hoiberg. Not as talented as him, but probably a little better than Wes Greder, imo.
Former ISU target who had ISU in his top 5 prior to committing to NW, only to not being admitted to NW late. UTEP is a solid program but not P6 thus he has the right to be slightly disappointed on how this ended.
@GoodmanHoops UTEP has gotten former Northwestern signee Jordan Lathon, point guard in Class of 2018, source told me. Wasn’t admitted to Northwestern, good to go at UTEP.
What a fall. Our staff loved him too. Did they ever say why he didn't get into NW? Academics?
I was a fan of his game and disappointed he decided on NW but at the time Tyler Harris looked ISU bound.
Obviously recruiting is fluid and the staff rebounded nicely with Haliburton who I think has a higher ceiling.
NW never officially gave the final reason Lathon wasn't admitted.
"While Northwestern wouldn’t provide explicit details of the reasons for withdrawing Lathon’s admission, it’s entirely possible that the school’s admissions department decided he simply didn’t meet it’s stringent academic requirements. That’s a tough break for Northwestern, and a very fortuitous one for some other Power 5 program; Iowa State, Butler, DePaul, Illinois and Louisville have all been linked with the point guard since Northwestern announced he wouldn’t be a Wildcat."
pretty sure he's buddies with talen. maybe he'll transfer to us next year.
Possibly. Either way, i'd be shocked if he is at UTEP his entire career.