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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by mdfgator, Aug 17, 2014.
That gives us three bigs for that class, right? Including the USF transfer who can't play until 2015.
pretty nice set of offensive moves on display there
Oh wow. I didn't realize that he decommitted from G-Town.
Huge commit! Billy has the program constantly reloading.
If all get in that's a big class
I think Billy D is also still seeking another Wing for 2015-16. I assume from this that he expects Hill to return. I guess Hills 3-pointer hasn't improved immensely, even after working with Dupay.
Great get for you guys! Love seeing talent in the SEC!
...what does recruiting a wing have to do with the starting point guard's 3 pt shot again? Your post is conjecture, followed by an assumption, followed by a guess and more conjecture. Not your best work themistocles.
I consider it fairly representative.
Sounds good to me. Big guys with skills are hard to find.
Yes. I was not very high on Dickerson during the spring, but he apparently had a great summer. A little slimmed down, very aggressive scoring around the hoop, more energy on the defensive end. He fits nicely with Egbunu and Hayes. Hayes is a longer, more athletic rim protector who can run the floor, Egbunu is a great rebounder and explosive finisher with a NBA body, and Dickerson is an efficient low post scoring threat with a little bit of a mid range game. With guys like Murphy, Robinson, and Mooney able to stretch the floor, you have a very solid rotation possible the next 2-3 years.
Another good pickup for the Gators. This program ain't going away, folks.
How do you get from the commitment of Dickerson to Hill's 3 point shot? Btw, Hill's shot is looking pretty good.
So how are the scholly's going to work out for next year? This is assuming Walker and DFS are gone, right?
DFS is a red shirt junior. Ain't going anywhere. Horford and Carter, seniors, are gone. Walker likely to go.
Billy is done for 2014-15.
Or maybe Graham and Horford