Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by gatorjjh, Aug 6, 2018.
obvious pr hound but is he a player we would be in on?
We offered about 2 weeks ago. He's really good
Judging by where the Gator logo is, I’d say we’re low on his list. I think we have better prospects in line. Gaffney is better imo.
Not sure....i’d Say those on top of the page are “behind” him in the photo...we’re in a group in front. The lower right corner is the ultimate destination for his drive. He’s got his eyes cast in our direction.
Judging from the school’s....really not much competition. Louisville? Maybe?
I think that placement of logos on that page means nothing at all. You don't seriously think he has us below FIU, FAU, and USF, do you? Or that he's even considering most of these places?
It’s just odd to me to see all the most reputable basketball schools on top and us in the lower corner.
His crystal ball shows Auburn being favorite and that one’s right next to his face.
Yes I’m bored.
At least we made his top 75
He’s going to Illinois State. Everyone knows that. Who can compete?
I know, right? I'm sick of the way the Redbirds just keep scooping up all the elite talent.
Well all the ISU and Calipari one and doners aren’t doing too much. Only one championship combined.
How is the commission on college basketball going to curb teams like Illinois State from ruining college basketball?
Honestly, we offered him so recently that the Gators might have been the last logo added to a previously made graphic. Maybe no.
I agree with you that Gaffney is better.
Hurley (NJ legend) and UCONN and Capel (one of the best recruiters in CBB) and PITT loom large for Gaffney...we have a connection in Klatsky for Team Rio, but uphill battle for Gaffney right now
Baugh from Team Thad is one to watch very closely
Is he the new Doug Collins?
He's the new Johnny Chung.
Highlight video is really impressive; great looking jump shot, great crossover dribble, tremendous leaping ability.
Was on campus today fyi with a couple AAU teammates. Caution here though as AAU program has long been dirty