Foster has the skill set to be the stretch PF that would play well of Conditt or Young who are pretty set as being manning the center.It would be a situational lineup, but especially against the Baylor's of the world Foster and Conditt could be in the same lineup with how Foster can stretch the floor. You could even see them as dual 4.5s if Conditt improves his outside game.
The transfer sitting out will get time at the three. Griffin will likely play more at the 4. Seeing a 2 deep like this.
Nah it's totally realistic he doesn't know where he's going at this point after being recruited by both schools for 4 years. LolTo me this is telling that guys like Howe and Kakert say they don't know where he is going and it is 50-50 compared to people on ISU side saying they know where he is going.
I fully expect Prohm to make a serious run at a stud guard through whatever means necessary (transfer, prep, juco). Frontocurt absolutely loaded with talent for the foreseeable future with Conditt, Griffin, Blackwell and the pending Foster decision.
If TH is gone, we could have a grad transfer in the mix. I expect Johnson to get some run as well, barring a big surprise Foster is the only fr I would see getting consistent minutes so I'd give JJ's the minutes you have Blackwell getting.
Yeah, Prohm's not a great recruiter if he gets XF as a post player, picking a guy and forcing him to work within a system rather than developing systems around the players you recruited makes perfect sense to me.......The only thing that I can see that could give Iowa a 1 up is their offense. I don't think we had a single post up entry pass all of last night. Not many chances for our bigs to have any back to the basket moves to score. Iowa relies on this type of offense.
Let me clarify, in no means am I saying the Iowa offense is better, just more opportunities for post players to score off of post entries rather than dump offs in the paint.