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My gut tells me we will end up landing this kid as a replacement for Mussini. Imo would be good for us as he's a big and athletic guard.
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richard A Steinfeld Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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My gut tells me we will end up landing this kid as a replacement for Mussini. Imo would be good for us as he's a big and athletic guard.
Will also be loosing Lovett. Plus he balances out scholis and provides insurance if we dont get multiple top guards in 18. Need at least 2 backup guards. Nice to see the staff being proactive.
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My gut tells me we will end up landing this kid as a replacement for Mussini. Imo would be good for us as he's a big and athletic guard.


And so might I assume our search for an eligible 17-18 big is not a priority.
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My gut tells me we will end up landing this kid as a replacement for Mussini. Imo would be good for us as he's a big and athletic guard.
Will also be loosing Lovett. Plus he balances out scholis and provides insurance if we dont get multiple top guards in 18. Need at least 2 backup guards. Nice to see the staff being proactive.


I always viewed Dixon as Lovett's replacement, FWIW (at least, scholarship-wise).
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My gut tells me we will end up landing this kid as a replacement for Mussini. Imo would be good for us as he's a big and athletic guard.


And so might I assume our search for an eligible 17-18 big is not a priority.


I think the staff would rather set us up for beyond just next year and prepare for losses. We will lose several guards. Instead of starting from scratch, we can bring a kid like this in to hit the ground running and have replacements, for Mussini, Ponds etc. I'd love a one year big man too, but I think we will be fine with a pretty solid roster at almost all spots.
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I think SJU has insulated itself nicely if two of their guards leave at year end if Trimble happens. Think transfer market will reap more benefits than high school route going forward. As i have stated previously and Paultz also eluded to, Achiuwa is the only local we might be in the drivers seat right now.
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Sju grad 13 Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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I guess we're taking the Gonzaga route.

Can't complain.
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Sherman, Sheridan & Grant Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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To use the colloquial...
Whatever works!
And to follow Abraham Lincoln (who - at 6'4" in his bare feet - had he been born in 1909 rather than 1809 would likely have played some ball):
"I never had a policy I could always apply; I always sought to do what made the greatest amount of sense in the moment!"

Chris must have read some Abe L quotes...HS AAU JUCO Foreign Transfer
Whatever works!
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Anyone have a link or details to this player?
Thanks
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