Post by Ranch Dressing on Feb 4, 2012 15:43:55 GMT -5
I don't care what the naysayers claim, the guy is the leader on the #1 high school team in the nation, playing against the top competition there is at that level. He is going to be ready to play next season, both physically and mentally. I can't wait until he gets here.
There are going to be a lot of wide open 3s for him in our offense, especially if Hollis returns (and...cough cough...if Noel comes).
Post by HoyaSinceBirth on Feb 4, 2012 16:38:13 GMT -5
Disappointed that he didn't make the Jordan game. I suppose he still has an outside shot at the McD's game but I'm not holding my breath. After all he's not going to an ACC school, so clearly he sucks.
He's one of the best scorers in the class of 2012. He may not be the most athletic or tallest, but he puts the ball in the hoop. Burger Boy or not, he'll have a big chance to prove himself next season.
I would rather have the best player on the best team in high school, then some over-rated MCD AA. I hope he makes it, just for the honor of it for him personally, but he can prove it on the court next season. A winner and a big-time scorer, looking forward to seeing him on the court next season for the Hoyas.
Post by hoyasaxa2003 on Feb 8, 2012 12:35:43 GMT -5
Based that article, it sounds like he will fit in extremely well with Georgetown's system. It sounds like he'll definitely be able to contribute next year (even more so if Hollis leaves), which is great news.
The article lists him as defending well. I know that was previously cited as an issue. There's a good chance it's simply an inaccurate article (there are a lot of bad recruiting articles), but I hope it's true and he's been working on it.
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