Numbers for new guys

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grizfan1984
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Numbers for new guys

Post by grizfan1984 » Tue Jul 10, 2018 8:21 pm

Since it is so slow here, anybody know what numbers the new guys will wear?

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Re: Numbers for new guys

Post by citay » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:16 pm

Major mystery: What's up with Freddy Brown? No player on the team holds more fascination for me. He has legendary bloodlines, went for 28 per last year, with gaudy totals of rebounds and assists, yet does not appear on any of the major recruiting sites--ESPN, Scout, et. al. Will he solve our three-point shooting problems? And is he really 6'2"?

Major questions: Will Donaven Dorsey play, and what will be the outcome of the medical hardships for him, Manuel and Miller?

More intrigue: How good is Kelby Kramer? Will either Mack Anderson or Ben Carter contribute as true freshmen?

Which players will show the greatest improvement from last year--Akoh? Pridgett? Falls? (If it's either Oguine or Rorie, watch out!)

Will we get contributions from an unexpected source, Peter Jones or Eddy Egun?

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Re: Numbers for new guys

Post by casewinter13 » Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:05 pm

I really like Freddy B. His issue was he came off the bench his entire Junior year because he played at Nathan Hale, one of if not the best hs team in the country that year. So completely unrecruited through his Junior year. Plus, I think he was only 5'11 or 6' and VERY slightly built. He grows a few inches and gains 20 lbs for his senior season, has a great year. So I really think we have a sleeper there 🤞

As for Kelby, I was recently told they were extremely excited about him and that he's the most improved player in the program over 1 year. He's put on quite a bit of muscle as well.
citay wrote:Major mystery: What's up with Freddy Brown? No player on the team holds more fascination for me. He has legendary bloodlines, went for 28 per last year, with gaudy totals of rebounds and assists, yet does not appear on any of the major recruiting sites--ESPN, Scout, et. al. Will he solve our three-point shooting problems? And is he really 6'2"?

Major questions: Will Donaven Dorsey play, and what will be the outcome of the medical hardships for him, Manuel and Miller?

More intrigue: How good is Kelby Kramer? Will either Mack Anderson or Ben Carter contribute as true freshmen?

Which players will show the greatest improvement from last year--Akoh? Pridgett? Falls? (If it's either Oguine or Rorie, watch out!)

Will we get contributions from an unexpected source, Peter Jones or Eddy Egun?
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Re: Numbers for new guys

Post by AZDoc » Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:27 am

Very nice updates, thank you.
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Re: Numbers for new guys

Post by kyle_sample » Tue Jul 17, 2018 5:56 pm

I've heard the same about Kramer

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Re: Numbers for new guys

Post by PeauxRouge » Tue Jul 17, 2018 11:30 pm

How have Kelby's dance moves progressed? Based on that initial welcome video from last year he really needed some work. He lacks no confidence, though, so that's a plus.
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