Discussion in 'Around the League' started by gmoser1210, Sep 5, 2013.
He’s considered one of the best shooters in the Country which is a high priority for Coach Steele.
Yeah he is nobody to worry about. 4 star guard, concensious top 5 shooter in 2020 class. Also is top 20 in scoring on the Nike EYBL circuit at 19.7 ppg. Nothing worth looking at. He clearly is not good enough to play at Butler.
Would have to agree, concensious shooters rarely pan out.
I prefer careless shooters myself.
Concensious. Maybe he was trying to say conscious. You have to admit, an unconscious guy out there, shooter or otherwise, wouldn't do you much good.
BTW: Pick n Roll Dawgs' post was at the bottom of the page 264. Before I hit page 265, I said to myself, "Oh, X fans won't happy with that. Let's see how many X fans respond." I must say concensious was an unexpected nugget of comedic relief.
Get on your own teams board. When he goes 1/6 vs us don’t say a word. He’s a 3 star that’s average playing weak competition. Congrats that’s a huge get for you guys!!
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55 offers by DePaul! Isn't that an insane amount? U need a phone book for that
Pairing a very good shooter next to a top 50 athlete is a good start to our class. But I’ll be sure to find this comment when he plays butler in 2 years.
Yeah but can Myles Fox Morrisey hook him up with a sweet fake ID?
To further my argument, I found this on a Creighton website and found it interesting.
The NCAA approved a rule change for next season that will extend the 3-point line to 22 feet, 1 and 3/4 inches after experimenting with it during the 2019 NIT. Only four players that will be on Big East rosters in 2019-20 shot better than 40% on at least 100 attempts from 22 feet to 27 feet during their previous season of eligibility. Two of them will play for Creighton next season. Sophomore guard Mitch Ballock led the league from the range at 44.3% (78 of 176), while junior guard Denzel Mahoneyshot 40.5% (49 of 121) during his sophomore season at Southeast Missouri State before in 2017-18 before transferring to CU. The other two Big East players to meet that criteria were Butler’s Sean McDermott and Marquette’s Markus Howard.
Confused by Wideman's inclusion on this list? They don't have to be current college players? Groselle from Creighton in the same boat. Anyways, congrats to Tyler and Sean! Just stay healthy, guys.
5 providence players eh?
Why not KB? Happy for Sean.
Ed is going to favor his roster, he has to keep his people happy. Surprised no Baldwin, but happy for Wideman and McDermott. I remember when Knight took Alford a freshman over John Stockton a senior for the 1984 US team.
Did Baldwin have a conflict or decide to decline an invite? Seems strange McD would be our rep. Also too bad Smits (or Golden) couldn't replace Wideman on the team.
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well when you have Powell, Tyshon, Reeves and Diallo all at the 2 or can play the 2, you don't need KB to dribble...
I know Kamar has been interning at 1070 this summer. Maybe him needing to get internships completed before graduation interfered with him being on the Pan-Am team? (Purely speculation, obviously.)
Yes, because that is what he does, the player who is on pace to finish in the top 3 Bulldogs of all-time in points and steals, he dribbles...
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