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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by JStanz51, May 7, 2019.
I see a little Naz in his shot. I think he'll need to tighten his handle a little bit, but he's going to be a solid spot up guy and good on the break. Those left hand finishes are filthy for a high schooler.
That actually isn't a bad comparison.
How about Lucca? He had some athleticism if I remember, right?
You don't. He could shoot. That's the list.
That's kinda why I asked in a question because I couldn't remember if I was thinking of the right person?
Fred did have some athleticism though, but I think Caleb has more.
This like a scrimmage?
Kansas Shrine Bowl.
Grill showed excellent leadership ability last night. His play at QB was very workman-like with few mistakes. What I saw was the mental qualities necessary to play point guard.
Unless I am mistaken - he was MVP of the game. Saw it on Twitter.
Adding to this debate from a few weeks back. He reminds me a lot of Adam Haluska. Multi Sport athlete, good outside shot, great athleticism.
Kirk Hinrich 2.0?
@CycloneMBB Congrats to @caleb_grill0 on earning MVP honors at the Kansas Shrine Bowl!
We are thrilled to have him as part of the Cyclone family!
I have a nominee to throw the long late game full court passes.
That first video is a thing of beauty. Just shows you his athletic ability, decision making, etc. The WR initially isn't open, so he waits a split second, but then he's got a D Linemen's arm in his way so he sidearms it and still hits him perfectly in stride. Just an overall great athlete with great mental instincts too.
‘He’s a football player’: Future Big 12 basketball player wins Shrine Bowl MVP
Did Hall play in the Shrine bowl?
I appreciate that he still played in something like that and also plays multiple sports.
Hall has been at ISU since January.