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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396475

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Sears gave us some good minutes at times and was pivotal in beating AZ. Maybe that is what the staff is thinking here. Lost both Sears and Steere. Moore is long but rail thin. Can't remember the last time we had two 7'ers on the roster.
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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396476

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Paultzman wrote: Underwhelming at Ole Miss last year

www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/pla...4396966/carlos-curry


Similar to Tariq Owen's stats while at Tenn...... and Joey Delarosa's stats while at FIU. B) B)
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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396478

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big, bouncy and athletic. I can see why WVU offered. His stroke looks nice too for a 7'.

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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396482

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In that cameo vid, he seems very agile around the hoop and has a knack for blocks...and fouls, lol.
He's said some good things about Coach Huggins and how he'd fit in @ WVU; and Huggins--according to the kid--seems interested.
It's early, but I like it that Staff is out there off the grid, looking to fill needs.
I'm guessing this is a Plan B 'move'.

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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396485

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I'm pretty sure even though we beat WVU this year fans were going gaga over their big men.
Huggins always has had very good big men.
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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396487

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Moose wrote: I'm pretty sure even though we beat WVU this year fans were going gaga over their big men.
Huggins always has had very good big men.


Exactly, and both he and CMA are cut from similar defensive cloth. This kid is big and actually has good raw materials. He’s that 7-foot diamond in the rough that the staff I think can really use to fill a hole in the middle. Not saying he’s the star we need, but he’s a big kid with seemingly very good physical tools. If he has a motor unlike Steere he can really help us.
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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396489

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Paul Massell wrote: Sears gave us some good minutes at times and was pivotal in beating AZ. Maybe that is what the staff is thinking here. Lost both Sears and Steere. Moore is long but rail thin. Can't remember the last time we had two 7'ers on the roster.


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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396492

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This is the type kid you reach late on, not early. They must see something in him, but we only have three slots for '21. If he takes one before Cuffe, is this the type kid Cuffe gets excited about?

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MCNPA wrote:

Moose wrote: I'm pretty sure even though we beat WVU this year fans were going gaga over their big men.
Huggins always has had very good big men.


Exactly, and both he and CMA are cut from similar defensive cloth. This kid is big and actually has good raw materials. He’s that 7-foot diamond in the rough that the staff I think can really use to fill a hole in the middle. Not saying he’s the star we need, but he’s a big kid with seemingly very good physical tools. If he has a motor unlike Steere he can really help us.


If his motor starts, he has a higher motor than Steere did
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Carlos Curry, NW Mississippi CC, Center 2 months 2 days ago #396494

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MCNPA wrote:

Monte wrote:

Paultzman wrote: HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as a three-star prospect and the No. 19 player out of the state of Georgia according to 247 Sports

Recruiting profile out of HS
247sports.com/Player/Carlos-Curry-46048887/high-school-206816/

Whenever I hear Albany(Ga), can't help but think of the Jones Brothers.


When I hear it, I think Lavor Postell!


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