MandRHusker

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  1. I hope Nana develops the handles to play Tai's role. Nana is super athletic, looks lean and quick and can really shoot the 3. Just needs to improve his dribbling. I remember one high level tournament he played in and had 0 turnovers for the tournament so he must have pretty good handles and at least serviceable passing..
  2. Bolingbrook beats Fremb for 3rd place in state to finish 30-2. Nana 2nd leading scorer with 16. For a good part of the season Bolingbrook was rated #1 in the state of Illinois.
  3. Bolingbrook led most of the game & Nana led Bolingbrook in scoring with 16.
  4. Many of the shouters have plenty of free time & are paid to shout. Not sure they're are willing to pay for a sporting event.
  5. Actually one of 12 boys players nominated. 9 are girls.
  6. He has applied for a medical hardship and, if granted, will be eligible to play two years beginning next fall.
  7. In that same segment didn't Miles also say that without Gill we would lose quickness/be a step slower on defense? Thus the zone idea. That was my take.
  8. I agree. When AG is fully back up to speed from sitting out a couple months he will be a real scoring threat. I'm not sure if he, Glynn or Roby will be the go to at the end of the shot clock, but it will be one of those three. Miles mentioned Tai as one of the best options for the end of the shot clock but I'm not sure he truly has the skillset necessary.
  9. In a conversation with Jack McVeigh towards the end of the season last year he told me two things. 1. That AWIII may go pro & very well may not be here this year 2. That Anton Gill is a scoring machine in practice & had just put up over 30 points against the starters in a 10 minute scrimmage a few days before. Jack was correct on #1. I still believe that when AG is fully healthy & in game shape we will see the player Jack described.
  10. Anyone have any information? I heard someone on and ISU board claimed ISU won by 9.
  11. I think it will be MJ. Watson will have a great year and will be one of our leading scorers. But I already expect this to happen. So, in the definition of a "break out year" I choose MJ. Some would say he broke out last year by playing extensively, but let's face it, he played because of dire need not because he was ready. This year he is ready. He has reshaped his body and will play the position where he is most comfortable. I expect 12 and 6 production from MJ this year plus solid defense.
  12. Hmmm, that seems like a smaller school close to home that I wondered if AW-III might head to, eventually. Interesting. I actually hope AW-III lands at Richmond, and does well. He seemed like a really nice kid who has aspirations that might be above his level of play, but at least the guy can dare to dream. Guess we'll find out the date of registration with the nature of AW-III's previous "transactions." It's not AWIII's aspiratirations on display here. Helicopter Dad wants his payday from the NBA.
  13. At the very least, Horne's body seems more B1G-ready than Morrow's was this time last year. Actually, will Morrow ever weigh more than Horne? Morrow is listed at 225 and Horne is listed at 220. Plus I'm sure Morrow is significantly stronger at this point in their careers.Morrow is actually the heaviest player on the team aside from Jordy. Horne is a strong rebounder who also has a fairly refined set of offensive skills. He and Morrow will compliment each other nicely.
  14. Good point, depending if he ate a brownie that day or not.
  15. "Hes already gained 12 lbs since getting there almost to his goal weight of 220" 220 - 12 = 208 lbs