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  1. Nice seeing this from the article too: He added there's some strong company, naming off Lat Mayen, Kobe Webster, Bryce McGowens and Keon Edwards as others who can fill it up.
  2. Consensus 4-Star Top-100 player. ESPN has him ranked as high as the #39 overall prospect in the 2022 class. He's ranked the #65 overall prospect by 247 composite. http://www.espn.com/college-sports/basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/241510/jaxon-kohler
  3. Those guys all had more serious baggage and character issues than Verge Jr does, at least as far as what I know yet. Everyone knew about the character issues and baggage that Allen, Biggs, and Mack were bringing before they even got to Nebraska. I don’t think those are very apples to apples comparisons to Verge Jr.
  4. My thoughts for starting 5 for next season are the same as they’ve been since Edwards committed to Nebraska. Starting: PG- Trey Wing- Bryce Wing- Edwards Wing- Lat C- Walker Bench: Webster Verge Jr Wilcher Breidenbach Andre
  5. Also, probably a good thing for Nebraska to keep connections to the Chicago area for future recruiting.
  6. Considering the alternative was for Nebraska to have an empty spot left from Banton deciding to keep his name in the NBA Draft… I don’t understand how anyone could think this is anything other than a great thing for the Huskers to get a player or this caliber with legitimate success at a Power6 conference school and that was getting looks from NBA teams before deciding to come back to play another season in college. He’s a grad transfer, so he has one season of eligibility, so he literally fills Banton’s empty spot for ‘21-‘22, and will leave that spot open again for the 2022 recruiting class.
  7. From Washut’s article: -Verge played in 51 games with 30 starts during his two seasons at Arizona State, averaging 14.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 2.9 assists while playing 28.1 minutes per game for his career -Scored a career-high 43 points against St. Marys -2020 Pac-12 Sixth Man of the Year -A 4-star JUCO prospect in the 2019 class -Verge moved into the starting lineup last season and was ASU's third-leading scorer at 14.0 ppg while starting 21 of 23 games. -Averaged 3.8 assists and shot 33.3% from 3PT -Was 3
  8. After Creighton’s last 2 commits for the 2021 class, my prediction that Nebraska will beat Creighton in 2021-2022 has gotten much more difficult: Consensus 2021 4-star, top 100 guard Trey Alexander commits to Creighton “Alexander’s addition to the incoming high schoolers Christofilis, Kaluma, Miller, and Nembhard boosts the Jays’ 2021 recruiting class above Kentucky and Florida State and into the Top 5 on 247Sports behind only Michigan, Gonzaga, Tennessee, and Duke.” https://whiteandbluereview.com/consensus-2021-4-star-top-100-guard-trey-alexander-commits-to-cr
  9. 6’8” SF Newark (NJ) St. Benedict’s Prep (same as CJ Wilcher)
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