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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Cyclonepride, Mar 10, 2018.
Carry on. Not with the stupid stuff. Just with the discussion.
Kid is good.
Pretty good article on Xavier from Randy Pete. Like THT, it appears Foster is young for his class. He seems like a great kid too.
Sounds like his dad has his head on straight too.
"“We’re enjoying the process of getting through high school,” Xavier’s father told me. “When high school’s over, we’ll decide what the next level’s going to be. You hope that every kid plays in college.
“It’s one of the best places to develop, and you can do it while still being a kid.
“I’m sure the NBA sounds all fine and dandy, but I want my 18 and 19-year old kid to have the ability to be a kid, and not have to be an adult right away.
“College is important. There will be so many memories in college.”"
For a 15 year old, he’s still way ahead of the curve. Would love to land this kid.
He’s going to be great at the next level. Such a smooth game.
Really like what I have read and seen about Xavier and like his father's comments. His talent and character would fit well with ISU and Prohm's approach.
Thank you for starting a new thread.
Sounds like our kind of guy. Glad Prohm is working hard to make a strong relationship with him. He would love Ames, if he's looking for an enriching college experience.
Somebody put Roy and Bill's passports on the no-no list in Iowa.
From some connections I have to that area, seems like we have ground to make up. TOE is probably tops on the leaderboard at this point. Luckily there is lots of time left
For 247 VIPers this is pretty fantastic news involving Foster
Oh Dear God, please let Jerry be right on those two Iowa kids.
Good news as in...?
I saved BIG money on car insurance...
oh no. not this debate again.
I don't have a subscription, but here is a headline yesterday from 247:
Just reading between the lines - it sounds like good things were said about ISU at the Pangos AA Camp.