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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by blood94, Feb 8, 2020.
clonedude gonna clonedude...
I've heard this isn't true
yes, because a kid who just said on Instagram that he hopes to only play one or two years in college wants to completely sit out a year. Seems unlikely.
also, why do we think Garza won’t go pro?
I’ve read that Foster said he only wants to be in college for 2 years. I highly doubt he’d go to Iowa and sit out a year if he truly wants to be a 2 and done guy. Doing that Iowa thing would essentially eliminate any chance of him being able to leave after 2 years.
Why would XF want to sit out and transfer to a school that doesn’t have a single player on an NBA Roster?
LMFAO... 1 year where Iowa has a better season than ISU out of the past 10 years isn’t going to suddenly flip a kid to sit out a year.. lmao
This "rumor" isn't true lol.
Different trajectory over one year?
Xavier's goal is the NBA (in less than 4 years) and even if ISU W's are less than EIU's this year the overall success of getting players into the NBA is clearly in him playing in Ames. Xavier knows that and was the major reason he chose ISU non of those reasons changed.
Plus, ISU has already shown the ability to turn into a tourney team one year after a down year wiht a top 15 class coming in. What does EIU have in terms of talent once Garza and Weiskamp are gone? Trajectory shouldn't be a factor.
Just reporting things I've heard from both Iowa and ISU fans. Most likely not true I'd guess, but I'm not making this up.
You should have stopped at "fans"....
This is definitely why I come to CF -- hard-hitting journalism. And unsubstantiated hearsay (and probably made up anyways) from a poster with an axe to grind.
Well, for one thing, Prohm would let him out of his LOI so he wouldn't have to transfer.
But that sounds like a dumb rumor.
Yeah, call me crazy for not taking a guy who craps all over the program any chance he can get seriously.
In this case Prohm wouldn't just let Foster out of his LOI without exclusions.
Disagree, it would be the same thing that happened with McNeil. Prohm isn't the type to try and punish a kid. And even if they tried to exclude, he could appeal and would be let out. You can't exclude transfer destinations anymore and they would let him out for the same reason.
And even though ISU is having an extremely disappointing seas, we still have a guy that is going to be drafted in the top 10 of the NBA draft.
...but clearly can't think for yourself.
Quite the comment coming from someone who doesn't know one thing about me.
I'd call you an idiot in return too, but since I don't know you..... I'll pass.
Watched a little bit of Iowa's game yesterday....and last night I watched a little bit of the NBA All-Star game.
He should stay in school.
And you'd be wrong.
Everyone is all complaining we didn't offer Born but imo it will be a bigger mistake not to offer this kid.