I agree, Timmy Chandler is awful. Tim Ream would have been a much better selection. I believe Altidore just went down with injury, but I think those forwards could do some damage. Would have loved to see Morris though.
Here's to hoping that the BasketBucks have a great summer of development. Looking forward to watching them play this season!
This summer, or even these next few weeks, could get very interesting with Grimes and Okudah in particular I think.
I agree High Street. I thought that most were just sending prayers that their buddies get through these tribulations. There were some that defended their actions but at least half were just wishing their friends well.
Liking everything I've heard about this kid. He also seems to be pretty solid for an OOS commit as well. Is he planning on enrolling early?
Sounds like a grade issue for Felder. Hopefully he can retake a test or go to prep school then come ready to compete. Only a bump in the road, young Buck!
Sounds like excellent news in regards of Grimes and Okudah!
Connecticut? The OCD part of me is gonna have a cow if/when geography becomes irrelevant in conference alignment.
Honestly, I think this is hilarious.
What Hove said. Thanks Tim.
My understanding was that he has to take classes in the summer to graduate. Wouldn't he miss summer workouts and stuff then? I just don't see how the logistics would line up and allow him to go to college this fall.
Counterpoint: Russell Wilson.
Between this and the offensive projections... sign me up!
Corey Brown's done pretty nicely for himself in Charlotte.
Is he leaning any one way at this time?
Great to see Coach Ash not being a stranger!
I'm not sure if this is something to be too caught up with. There were no picks for Ohio State when he committed and you can't pick the school a prospect is committed to, so this could very well be what he might think is a No. 2.
I think you meant beat...
I have a feeling that this 2017 cycle is going to be more stressful than the past few. In the end though, we will get some great players, no matter who they are, to cheer for on future Saturdays.
This kid was born in 2005... That makes me feel so old and I'm only 19.
As a Plymouth alum, it's really awesome to know that there's a former Wildcat on the team!
I got a 41 but to be fair I did it all in my head between classes.
Kyle Berger also got a medical hardship.
Love how this balances out the scholarship distribution too. 3 freshmen, 3 sophomores, 4 juniors, and 1 senior, and 3 schollies available for the next class.
Some people are just ridiculous...