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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 18 hours ago #354946

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Heron posted on Instagram a picture of him dunking with the caption, "No more fat boy I get up now" or something to that degree. He certainly looks leaner and he's been working his butt off. Great to see. We will need him to have a monster year to have any real chance of relevance IMO.

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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 18 hours ago #354947

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Gonna hazard to guess practicing for a few months of in a 40-Minutes-of-Hell program is bound to take some pounds off anyone.

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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 16 hours ago #354951

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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 14 hours ago #354955

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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 8 hours ago #354974

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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 7 hours ago #354978

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knockout_ned wrote:

RedStorm80 wrote: Was at the scrimmage tonight, physically Heron is significantly slimmer then he was last year


Did he start? Any update hoe he played?


Didn't start but still played 20-25 minutes. Had 8 points from a corner 3, a drive and finish and scored an and 1 on a post up. Very vocal on the court. Not sure how deep Cooley's rotation will be once the games start but just basing it on last night he'll be a key part
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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 6 hours ago #354984

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Paultzman wrote: friarbasketball.com/2019/07/25/pan-scrim...ssions-twitter-reax/

Don’t get it. Heron, at worst, 2nd best player on that team.

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Heron at Pan Am Training 4 weeks 6 hours ago #354987

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Section3 wrote:

Don’t get it. Heron, at worst, 2nd best player on that team.

Only 1 game, wouldn't worry about it. To me, Powell, Diallo & Heron (along with Howard, Alexander, Marshall & perhaps Baldwin) should all be prime candidates for first team pre-season all BE. However, I'd put Howard, Powell & Diallo as top 3.

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Heron at Pan Am Training 3 weeks 6 days ago #355035

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Per John Fanta

A quick 5 takeaways from Big East Pan Am Training Camp: 1. The physical transformation and motor of Jermaine Samuels. 2. Mustapha Heron’s mentality/aggressiveness. 3. Myles Powell’s takeover ability. 4. Ty-Shon Alexander’s machine-like range. 5. David Duke’s passing ability.

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Heron at Pan Am Training 3 weeks 2 days ago #355248

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Mustapha Heron is new and improved: The St. John’s rising senior looks as conditioned as ever, and is ready to take ownership of the Red Storm with junior LJ Figueroa. Averaging 14.6 points with 4.6 rebounds per game this past season, Heron played a key role but battled tendinitis throughout the campaign. On top of that, Justin Simon and Marvin Clark II held the leadership roles down. Now, Heron has his sights set on closing out his college career by ushering in the Mike Anderson Era as a Big East dark horse. The opportunity to wear “USA” across his chest carries an extra weight as well for Heron, who tried out twice for United States teams in high school but did not make the cut. The third opportunity provides a different result.

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ncaahoopsdigest.com/2019/07/30/fanta-rep...rican-games-edition/
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