Discussion in 'Butler Recruiting' started by Irishdawg, Apr 4, 2013.
Yes, in high school & when he left A&M. Sounds like a difficult situation. Good luck to him.
IIRC, Peyton Allen was a pretty big priority for the staff at one point.
Way late getting to this, but I'm not sure what happened there. Maybe something I did with the phone?
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Yeah this one is disappointing. He committed. De-committed. Then recommitted.
He left for personal family reasons from what I've heard.
Kid was also 6'7, 290. Wonder how much of an impact a guy like that can really make...
Is it pretty accurate to say that Butler won't touch Nichols? This just screams X to me...we know what high standards they have in Cincinnati.
Butler would be smart not to go after guys who have been dismissed for not following team/school rules
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Justice is considering IUPUI, Northern Kentucky and Jacksonville State.
I was thinking about the scholarship situation, and I think it would be unlikely if they took anyone outside of a PG, especially a grad-transfer, but I could be wrong.
I could see them taking an athletic PF as well.
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Could they only take one transfer this off season? This is assuming nobody leaves the program.
First-Team All-Ivy Grad Transfer, although probably not at a position of need.
BU was connected to K.J. Walton & Frankie Hughes a few years ago. Jordan Geist also plays for Mizzou, he tore it up as an Indiana Junior All Star but wasn't recruited very heavily in state.
Mizzou is a dumpster-fire. I wouldn't want a player from there if they paid me to take them.
unfortunately I think he is only a Jr. But Marcus Keene would be a perfect grad transfer for us...
I'm thinking the perfect grad transfer is that PG Howard from Central Arkansas. A legit 1 who is a lights out 3-PT shooter and lit up Hinkle... sign me up.
FWIW, Jordan Howard (Central Arkansas) is the brother of Markus Howard, freshman sharpshooter for Marquette.
That's quite a fun fact. Two of the better shooters in all of college basketball. Someone get their shooting coach on the staff.
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