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MichHusker last won the day on November 30 2016

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  1. Roby will go to the NBA combine and he will kill it with his numbers and measurables. His draft stick will at worst stay the same, but will most likely go up
  2. The one BIG adavantage the pro level has over college...players can get unlimited access to coaches, trainers, player development guys, etc to work on their game. College coaches are extremely limited in how much time they can spend actively developing a player
  3. He could, but it can’t be at the expense of percentages. Needs to be probably as effecient or a little more than he is this year
  4. Only thing I can think of is just the control. Having a guy all locked up for 4 seasons at the age of 20 is a lot more tantalizing than locking a guy up at the age of 24. Everyone thinks THEIR system and THEIR skill development is the one to unlock someone's potential
  5. 2019 Mock- 3 seniors in first round (19th, 24th, 29th) 2018 draft- 2 (21st, 22nd) 2017 draft- 2 (29th, 30th) 2016 draft- 5 (6th, 12th, 14th, 20th, 25th) 2015 draft- 4 (9th, 20th, 21st, 27th) 2014 draft- 5 (11th, 15th, 24th, 28th, 29th) A current slight down-tick in 1st round seniors as the years have gone. He is probably still a "project", but seems to be viewed as a late 1st round pick. Does staying another year help push him into the teens or higher? Perhaps, but that means senior years like Buddy Hield (25 ppg, 6 rpg), Taurean Prince (16 ppg, 6 rpg), Denzel Valentine (19 ppg, 8 rpg, 8 apg), and Frank Kaminsky (19 ppg, 8 rpg). He probably has better measurables than all those guys, but unless he comes back and averages something like 18/8 with a couple assists and blocks a game it might not be worth it
  6. He’s fighting age at this point. If he came back and was like a 20ppg, 10rpg, 2bpg kinda guy then yea, it would be worth it. If his numbers were just slight improvements, then that extra year did no good. The NBA is in love with youth and potential.
  7. A lot of MSU fans think Tillman is better than Ward
  8. Heck of a game too. Those guards of theirs are very good
  9. Might as well throw in some normal transfers too. Former Husker recruit I believe Barret Benson transferring from Northwestern
  10. He also took Charlie Henry from Iowa Sate with him to Chicago. He’s now their G league coach. I wonder if he joins hoiberg again
  11. IF we land Hoiberg and IF he can find a way to keep this class intact, we still need to find away to land some instant impact size down low. The need may be lessened slightly if Roby, but regardless we need a post or two and probably another shooter. Here's a early list of possible impact immediately eligible transfers... C-Derrik Smits (Valparaiso) 7'2" 240 lbs- 12.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 60% fg, 61% ft SF-Justin Pierce (William & Mary) 6'7" 215 lbs- 15 ppg, 9 rpg, 46% fg, 32% 3pt, 59% ft SF- Joe Hugley (Central Connecticut) 6'7" 215 lbs- 12.3 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 41% fg, 33% 3pt, 86%ft SF- Daniel Utomi (Akron) 6'7" 215 lbs- 14.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 40% fg, 37% 3pt, 68% ft SG- Isaiah White (Maine) 6'5" 195 lbs- 13.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 41% fg, 30% 3pt, 74% ft SG- Haanif Cheatham (FGCU) 6'5" 195 lbs- 13.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 45%fg, 36% 3pt, 65% ft Former 4 star SG- Jaire Grayer (George Mason) 6'5" 200 lbs- 10 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 41% fg, 40% 3pt, 65% ft Very solid career. Only played 7 games this year due to foot injury PG- Quinton Adlesh (Columbia) 6'0" 195 lbs- 13.5 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 2.5 apg, 43% fg, 37% 3pt, 71% ft PG- James Bolden (West Virginia) 6'0" 175 lbs- 12.2 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 2.4 apg, 41% fg, 35% 3pt, 82% ft PG- Luwane Pipkins ( Umass) 5'11" 180 lbs- 16 ppg, 5 rpg, 5 apg, 35% fg, 28% 3pt, 81% ft Dream if we had 3 schollies might be Smits, Pierce, and Cheatham/Grayer
  12. I was starting to lean toward keeping Miles after the last week we have had, but after some research unless we all want to wait another 2/3 to MAYBE have a shot at the NCAA's again it's time to move on. While the chart I have put together doesn't account for players leaving early which will inevitably happen, it gives a pretty good look at what we have to replace compared to everyone else *All percentages Returning Points Returning Assists Returning Rebounds Maryland-99 Maryland-99 Maryland-98 Rutgers-95 Rutgers-97 Rutgers-89 Iowa-91 Iowa-92 Michigan-87 Illinois-86 Michigan-91 Iowa-87 Michigan-84 Illinois-87 Penn State-86 Penn State-84 Indiana-80 Illinois-82 Michigan State-78 Michigan State-77 Ohio State-80 Purdue-77 Penn State-75 Purdue-79 Indiana-74 Purdue-64 Michigan State-71 Ohio State-72 Ohio State-59 Indiana-68 Wisconsin-63 Northwestern-57 Wisconsin-56 Minnesota-62 Wisconsin-56 Minnesota-56 Northwestern-40 Minnesota-56 Nebraska-53 Nebraska-37 Nebraska-41 Northwestern-52 Returners for each team. Bold are seniors, underlined are players with at least a decent chance of leaving early Position Michigan State Purdue Michigan Wisconsin Maryland Iowa Minnesota PG Cassius Winston (JR) Carsen Edwards (JR) Zavier Simpson (JR) D'Mitrik Trice (R-SO) Anthony Cowan (JR) Jordan Bohannon (JR) Gabe Kalscheur (FR) SG Matt McQuaid (SR) Ryan Cline (SR) Jordan Poole (SO) Brad Davison (SO) Darryl Morsell (SO) Isaiah Moss (R-JR) Dupree McBrayer (SR) SF Aaron Henry (FR) Nojel Eastern (SO) Charles Matthews (SR) Khalil Iverson (SR) Eric Ayala (FR) Joe Wieskamp (FR) Amir Coffey (JR) PF Kenny Goins (SR) Grady Eifert (SR) Ignas Bradzeikas (FR) Nate Ruevers (SO) Jalen Smith (FR) Tyler Cook (JR) Jordan Murphy (SR) C Nick Ward (JR) Matt Harrms (SO) Jon Teske (JR) Ethan Happ R-SR) Bruno Fernando (SO) Luka Garza (SO) Daniel Oturu (FR) PG Foster Loyer FR) Tommy Luce (JR) Eli Brooks (SO) Brevin Pritzl (R-JR) Reese Mona (SO) Austin Ash (R-FR) Isaiah Washington (SO) SG Kyle Ahrens (R-JR) Eric Hunter (FR) David Dejulius (FR) Kobe King (R-FR) Serrel Smith (FR) Maishe Dailey (JR) Brock Stull (R-SR) SF Gabe Brown (FR) Aaron Wheeler (R-FR) (PF) Colin Castleton (FR) Aleem Ford (R-SO) Aaron Wiggins (FR) Connor McCaffery (R-FR) (PF) Michael Hurt (JR) PF Thomas Kithier (FR) Evan Boudreaux (JR) Isaiah Livers (SO) Charlie Thomas (SR) Ricky Lindo (FR) Nick Baer (R-SR) Jarvis Omersa (FR) C Xavier Tillman (SO) Trevion Williams (FR) Austin Davis (JR) Micah Potter (JR) from OSU Ivan Bender (SR) Ryan Kriener (JR) Matz Stockman (R-SR) Position Ohio State Indiana Rutgers Penn State Illinois Nebraska Northwestern PG CJ Jackson (SR) Rob Phinisee (FR) Geo Baker (SO) Jamari Wheeler (SO) Trent Frazier (SO) Glynn Watson (SR) Anthony Gaines (SO) SG Keyshawn Woods (R-SR) Devonte Green (JR) Montez Mathis (FR) Josh Reeves (SR) Ayo Dosunmu (FR) Thomas Allen (SO) Ryan Taylor (SR) SF Luther Muhammed (FR) Romeo Langford (FR) Ron Harper (FR) Myles Dread (FR) Kipper Nichols (R-JR) James Palmer (SR) Vic Law (SR) PF Andre Wesson (JR) Justin Smith (SO) Eugen Omoruyi (JR) Lamar Stevens (JR) Aaron Jordan (SR) Isaiah Roby (JR) Miller Kopp (FR) C Kaleb Wesson (SO) Juwan Morgan (SR) Shaq Doorson R-SR) Mike Watkins (R-JR) Georgi Bezhanishvili (FR) Isaac Copeland (SR) Dererk Pardon (SR) PG Duane Washington (FR) Rasir Bolton (FR) Amir Harris (FR) SG Justin Ahrens (FR) AJ Durham (SO) Peter Kiss (SO) (PG) Myreon Jones (FR) Andres Feliz (JR) Thorir Thorbjarnarsson (SO) SF (SG) Jaeden LeDee (FR) (PF) Race Thompson R-FR) Caleb McConnell (FR) Da'Monte Williams (SO) Nana Akenten (SO) AJ Turner (JR) PF SF) Musa Jallow (SO) De'Ron Davis (JR) Shaq Carter (JR) Deivis Zemgulis (SR) Tevian Jones (FR) Brady Heiman (FR) Aaron Falzon-Transfer C Kyle Young (SO) Evan Fitzner (R-SR) Myles Johnson (FR) John Harrar (SO) Adonis De La Rosa (R-SR) Tanner Borchardt (SR) Barrett Benson (JR)
  13. It was his meniscus, right? I tore mine in HS but had it repaired so the recovery was about four months. I believe if they just trimmed his its closer to 3-4 weeks, possibly two. I would say 50/50 chance it we are still playing a week from Wednesday, but that's just a total guess
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