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shawn kemps kids


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MEMBER SINCE   May 06, 2015

I am all 19 of Shawn Kemp's kids. We all post.

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Recent Activity

Comment 12 Jul 2019

Also said that Day is not going to be spending as much time recruiting Florida and is going to be recruiting California really hard 

That makes sense. He has more of a connection in Cali than Florida. Hope he doesn't abandon the state completely though.

Comment 12 Jul 2019

I'd inject (good) hype videos into my veins if I could. Can't get enough of them. Still hoping for a good OSU one set to O Fortuna.

Comment 12 Jul 2019

Yes. As Grateful said though make sure to notify your CC company. I use Amex and Discover, I forget which but one says I don't need to notify them and the other does. I do with both each time just to be safe. Don't need them blocking my card.

Comment 12 Jul 2019

Hitting Marseille, Nice, Cannes, Aix, etc. for my honeymoon in 2 months. If I remember I'll try to dig this thread up and give you a rundown on how our experience went if you'd like.

Comment 10 Jul 2019

He averaged 10 points, on nearly 73% shooting, 5 rebounds per game along with 2.2 blocked shots per game. Considering how much Kaleb struggled with fouls, Jaxson would have been huge for the Buckeyes especially since he was more of a defensive specialist and a project on offense he would have complimented Kaleb incredibly well even if it was just for one year. 

Comment 10 Jul 2019

On top of this for a different art experience I suggest two things:

- Montmartre: towards the top of the Montmartre hill there is a square that has dozens and dozens of artists painting, drawing, etc that you can purchase from. There are some good little shops as well as an actual art gallery, galerie Montmartre, which I highly recommend as they have some works done by Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol, Picasso and some other famous, albeit lesser known to the general public artists. It is also the home of the Basillica du Sacre Coeur which was beautiful. 

- Atelier des Lumieres. Probably one of the most unique things I have ever done, it was incredibly cool. 

- Few other notes/suggestions: I suggest trying escargots, if you go to the Eiffel Tower buy tickets ahead of time and ask where to go if you already have tickets. You'll save A LOT of time. Street side cafe restaurants are cool and pretty inexpensive, if the weather is nice it's always a good lunch idea to sit outside and people watch. I forget the couple of blocks area but there's luxury shopping such as Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Prada, YSL, etc. Even if you don't have an interest in buying anything it's fun to look at (and even better to people watch). 

Comment 01 Jul 2019

Andrew, Spooner, anyone else who may have an answer I got a question for you:

Ari tweeted that Lejond is perhaps Ohio State’s most efficient recruiting tool. I’ve seen multiple insider guys say something to the same effect since Lejond recommitted. What makes him such a notable recruiter vs. your average Ohio State commit? I’d have to imagine most guys recruit others to join them, what separates Lejond so much that it’s constantly noted? 

Comment 21 Jun 2019

The Diebler-state of Tennessee connection has been fantastic. As the rest of the staff builds relationships down there and Holtmann shows what he can do on the court I think you'll see OSU snag some high level recruits from the area. Hopefully it starts with Keon Johnson.

I also love seeing Holtmann go after these 5*s. Maybe it was the coverage previously but it didn't seem like OSU ever showed much interest in the higher ranked guys under Thad at the end of his tenure (I know, D'Angelo Russell). 

Comment 20 Jun 2019

I am beyond impressed with Diebler and his recruiting prowess. I think something great is building up in Columbus, hopefully they pony up for the assistants when the time comes.

Comment 05 Jun 2019

My guess is with the government shut down earlier in the year things got backed up and they haven't caught up yet. 

Comment 05 Jun 2019

Funny stuff, as I was writing the initial forum, I received an email saying that they are starting a, "Enrollment on Arrival" program.

I did this when coming back from Colombia to Miami just after New Year's this year. I waited maybe 5-10 minutes, answered some questions/got my picture taken for about 5-10 minutes and then I was out. Very easy, very quick. The downside obviously is you don't get the benefit of Global Entry until after your next international trip.

Comment 24 May 2019

Same game as you, OP, sort of. My (then girlfriend) fiancee's parents were in town and we were at a bar watching the OSU-PSU game and the UGA-Florida game, as she's a UGA alum. UGA was blowing out Florida and PSU was handling OSU easily. We stayed at the bar because they knew I wanted to watch but they were wanting to go back to their hotel to get ready for dinner. All I know was before halftime I agreed to finally leave. Thank god for a text from my buddy,I turned it back on when they were down 28-20. Couldn't be happier I did.

Comment 22 May 2019

Off topic as he is a 2020 recruit but: For those who still think D. Henry will not be a Buckeye, he replied to Jack Millers's tweet with the same emoji Miller used. How many non-Buckeyes would find humor in a tweet mocking Michigan? 

Comment 20 May 2019

Pittman is the Larry Johnson of oline and Geroga. The guy might be the best oline coach in college football and has no real desires to move to DC/HC, similar to LJ and the dline.

Comment 15 May 2019

I've always loved CFB over the NFL because I've always felt there is a brotherhood and love for the sport. It's not adulthood yet, no mortgages yet, just young dudes playing the game they love. Maybe it's me idealizing youth. Maybe it's me being totally naive. Maybe all these kids think about are the future NFL dollars and I've just convinced myself there is more to college football than money. Maybe glory? Pride? Tradition? I don't know. I hate to question the thing I'm so passionate about, but I guess I shouldn't kid myself. Justin Fields didn't come to Ohio State because he loves Ohio, Ohio State, or the tradition of our school. He came because he thinks it's the surest way to the NFL. He came because of (future) dollars. So I guess I have to ask myself - how is letting them profit now off their likeness any different than what they are already here to do?

Neo, I would suggest you look at the reaction from D'Aaron Fox and Bam Adebayo after Kentucky got knocked out of the NCAA tournament. Fox was a shoe-in to be a one and done from the moment he stepped on campus. He knew he was headed off to the NBA by the time March came around. Most of these kids still do it for the love of the sport, for the brotherhood.