Discussion in 'Butler Recruiting' started by the_speakers_lab, Jun 22, 2017.
It appears recruiting is about to undergo a serious change. https://collegebasketball.nbcsports...ruiting-period/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
Wow - that is huge, and likely is going to impact a lot of lower level recruits (moreso at the D2 and D3 level), as those programs generally don't have a ton of money to throw around to watch those kinds of events. Depends how many kids they have at the regional camps.
I will also be interested to see if any coaches try and circumvent these rules.
Will be interesting to see how the shoe companies fund the five star players now.
I was totally amazed at the "Bling" worn by the "Lottery Picks". They haven't signed a contract and I saw 1 Rolex with a <$125,000 price tag and everyone in custom suits, mom's draped in diamonds, etc. All these top choices must come from wealthy suburban families
I know that's sarcasm but every football and basketball draft for the last 50 years has done this. Once a player signs with an agent they give then basically a line of credit that gets paid back after they sign with a team. Just to clarify for those who think the shoe companies have anything to do with draft day attire....
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Who had the watch? Few things in life as pointless as an expensive watch. I’ve always been amazed there’s such a big market for them.
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Deandre & Trae both had Rolexs. I think Deandre's was the platinum & gold yacht master with diamond bezel
I don’t think we have really been on him, but Aaron etherington popped for Toledo today
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Any Butler coaches attend this event ?
Sucker punching at it's best. Classy!
Heard the whole team just got offers from Xavier and Cincy...and a couple of bonus O$U offers...
Any news on where the coaches will be this week and month?
They should be in North Augusta, South Carolina for Nike EYBL Peach Jam at the moment. Runs until the
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