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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by LLCoolJansma, Aug 23, 2017.
I was just asking a question man, I appreciate your info. Was just wondering if things had changed.
It’s dated November 8th. That means Terry was at Louisville that weekend, the 9th and 10th, and will be at ISU the next weekend. Now, this coming weekend.
I.E., for Cyclones vs the Longhorns at the Jack.
Make sense now?
...I was making the point that the visit he took last year (November 9th, 2018) is not the same as what next weekend's date would be (November 15th, 2019). That's what the post I quoted was thinking the reporter got it mixed up with.
Makes sense now?
My sources are saying the visit is no longer happening because the staff got played.
Ariticle on his Louisville visit posted yesterday had this comment from Jalen's dad:
The elder Terry said there currently are no other visits planned, but there could be one scheduled for this weekend. Terry is also looking at Oregon and several other schools. He said his son “would prefer” to sign in the early signing period, which starts on Wednesday but the father said the family isn’t going to rush things.
Look, terry is obviously a stud, and it'd be cool if he was a cyclone given the beecher connections.
But when you're a kid from Flint (with an "involved" father) and decommit from izzo/mich state and the first schools that show up are LSU, Louisville, and Oregon, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what's going on.
I hope we get a shot, but we've seen this movie before.
Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State (No. 2)
Bryce Thompson, Kansas (No. 19)
Nimari Burnett, Texas Tech (No. 22)
Micah Peavy, Texas Tech (No. 34)
Tyon Grant-Foster, Kansas (four-star junior college)
Jaden Walker, Iowa State
Analysis: Things are looking up with Big 12 recruiting where Kansas, OSU and Texas Tech all sit with top-10 classes. Mike Boynton pulled off some magic for Oklahoma State by landing Cunningham. For the second year in a row Chris Beard has a five-star, Burnett, coming to Lubbock and pairs him with a top-35 talent in Peavy. Thompson is a scorer with versatility for Kansas while Grant-Foster is a live wire wing and possibly the best junior college player in the country. Don't be surprised if Walker eventually cracks the top 150 and he should be a high level scorer for Steve Prohm. The Cyclones, Kansas State and Baylor all rank among the top-25 teams.
I get the idea, and it's fun to poke fun, but I don't see how there's anyway LSU could be paying recruits this year. With the heat that is on them, they have no room for shady business.
We thought the same thing about Louisville.
I know not everyone is a fan of ESPN's recruiting coverage but they released their updated 2020 rankings today.
ISU #12 3rd best in the B12.