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Reply #25 on: April 26, 2013, 03:58:06 pm
FYI, no way this guy comes here.


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Reply #26 on: April 26, 2013, 04:03:30 pm
FYI, no way this guy comes here.
Probably not, but then who would have thought at this point we'd have no 2013 signees and Fordham would be landing, among others, a top 150 player!


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Reply #27 on: May 11, 2013, 08:07:55 pm
Clemson offers.


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Reply #28 on: July 04, 2013, 06:08:06 pm
UAB has offered.


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Reply #29 on: October 09, 2013, 07:54:38 pm
wonder if the quality players staying at home might have an influence?   it could happen!
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Reply #30 on: November 23, 2013, 01:36:11 pm
35 points, 17 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in season-opening 86-47 win over Providence on 11/21.


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Reply #31 on: November 23, 2013, 01:40:17 pm
Beating Michigan wont hurt either. :P


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Reply #32 on: November 23, 2013, 01:59:50 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?


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Reply #33 on: November 23, 2013, 02:08:43 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.


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Reply #34 on: November 23, 2013, 02:53:35 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.
I'm saying we should have true 6'11"+ center backup every year.


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Reply #35 on: November 23, 2013, 03:17:16 pm
FSU has 6 guys at 6-8 and taller including 3 centers over 7 ft.
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Reply #36 on: November 23, 2013, 03:56:39 pm
35 points, 17 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in season-opening 86-47 win over Providence on 11/21.
Only way he ends up here is if ACC schools back off.


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Reply #37 on: November 23, 2013, 04:11:40 pm
35 points, 17 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in season-opening 86-47 win over Providence on 11/21.
Only way he ends up here is if ACC schools back off.


i dont think he is going to get offered by unc or duke and he is a bit undersized.  i would like to think that with a successful season, we could land him. he is ranked near the bottom of the rivals 150 so he should be gettable for us.


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Reply #38 on: November 23, 2013, 08:20:22 pm
clt says there is no "UNC"


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Reply #39 on: November 23, 2013, 08:45:34 pm
UNC=that over which the General Administration of the University of North Carolina presides.    it has a Board of Trustees.   Bill Friday was once its President.   also Dick Spangler.    ;D
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Reply #40 on: November 23, 2013, 09:09:55 pm
Do transfers get a schollie the year they sit? Maybe we can get a transfer C next year and Give them schollie in 2015. Maybe easier said than done but I don't understand why we have no center besides Thorne for 2013 or 2014. Since most are gonna be "projects" I would think you bring in one every other year.


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Reply #41 on: November 23, 2013, 10:08:47 pm
Do transfers get a schollie the year they sit? Maybe we can get a transfer C next year and Give them schollie in 2015. Maybe easier said than done but I don't understand why we have no center besides Thorne for 2013 or 2014. Since most are gonna be "projects" I would think you bring in one every other year.

Yes. Both Sullivan and Ogy are using a schollie now. Its one of the reasons we are thin this year.


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Reply #42 on: November 23, 2013, 10:16:50 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.
I'm saying we should have true 6'11"+ center backup every year.

Have we EVER had more than 1 guy taller than 6'10 on the roster in any year in the last 20?  I can't think of one...
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Reply #43 on: November 23, 2013, 10:19:52 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.
I'm saying we should have true 6'11"+ center backup every year.

Have we EVER had more than 1 guy taller than 6'10 on the roster in any year in the last 20?  I can't think of one...

Umm... Last year? We had Thorne and Ivan the terrible. Not saying we had two good players who were 6'10+, but we did physically have two of them.


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Reply #44 on: November 23, 2013, 10:22:50 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.
I'm saying we should have true 6'11"+ center backup every year.

Have we EVER had more than 1 guy taller than 6'10 on the roster in any year in the last 20?  I can't think of one...

Umm... Last year? We had Thorne and Ivan the terrible. Not saying we had two good players who were 6'10+, but we did physically have two of them.

OK so you pick two guys that averaged 0.5 minutes a game, I guess I should have said when is the last time we have had two guys 6'10 and over that actually played. Point is an athletic 6'9 or 6'8 guy can play center in today's college game.
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Reply #45 on: November 23, 2013, 10:26:02 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.
I'm saying we should have true 6'11"+ center backup every year.

Have we EVER had more than 1 guy taller than 6'10 on the roster in any year in the last 20?  I can't think of one...

Umm... Last year? We had Thorne and Ivan the terrible. Not saying we had two good players who were 6'10+, but we did physically have two of them.

OK so you pick two guys that averaged 0.5 minutes a game, I guess I should have said when is the last time we have had two guys 6'10 and over that actually played. Point is an athletic 6'9 or 6'8 guy can play center in today's college game.

Well that's a different question.  ;D

No we have not. If we did we would be legit year in and year out. The basketball gods will not allow such blasphemy to transpire. We are kept just good enough to see the light, but never so close as to experience its warmth. We are the purgatory of college basketball.


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Reply #46 on: November 23, 2013, 11:11:21 pm
We def need some bigs coming in the next year or two. Schollies are taken next year right? I wish we could have one for next year, red shirt and then play thorne's senior year. I like how the staff has helped thorne develop. But we really need down low guys ready to contribute from day 1 if we are waiting till 2015. Hopefully the staff can find some 7 footer out there and develop them since most that are ready to play go to top bball school

Is it too much to ask for 2-3 Thorne size players every year?

2 or 3? That's a lot of C's We need size, but they can't all be Thornes. Teams would just sprint past us. But yes we need legit 6'8-6'10PF's and 6'10+ C's.
I'm saying we should have true 6'11"+ center backup every year.

Have we EVER had more than 1 guy taller than 6'10 on the roster in any year in the last 20?  I can't think of one...

Umm... Last year? We had Thorne and Ivan the terrible. Not saying we had two good players who were 6'10+, but we did physically have two of them.

OK so you pick two guys that averaged 0.5 minutes a game, I guess I should have said when is the last time we have had two guys 6'10 and over that actually played. Point is an athletic 6'9 or 6'8 guy can play center in today's college game.

Well that's a different question.  ;D

No we have not. If we did we would be legit year in and year out. The basketball gods will not allow such blasphemy to transpire. We are kept just good enough to see the light, but never so close as to experience its warmth. We are the purgatory of college basketball.

There is a team that plays down in Durham that has 1 guy over 6'10, they have been pretty good the last few years, just saying, having a bunch of tall bodies doesn't equal wins.
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Reply #47 on: November 23, 2013, 11:26:12 pm
^ wouldn't hurt either. So there's no Thorne type players out there? Then we def found the needle in the haystack.

I'm just saying it looks like we have the 1-3 spots pretty much stocked for the next few years. The 4 spot not so bad since you can use taller 3s to help on defense. The 5 spot I'm worried about.


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Reply #48 on: November 24, 2013, 08:50:06 am
i would not necessarily say needle in a haystack. he was a pretty highly ranked kid. like the 23rd. ranked center with a marquette offer. this could be majors way. recruit talented but raw big men that he knows we can get and coach them up. i feel confident in major and the staff that if the kid has talent, they can make him into a player.


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Reply #49 on: November 25, 2013, 09:22:17 am
We are stockpiling Charlotte talent. We were always good for a kid or 2, now we are loading up on locals. No reason not to get greedy with these kids. Maye could be a monster here.


 

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