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Newcomers Article 3 days 10 hours ago #391478

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Isaih Moore – 6’9 / 205 PF

If one were to browse Isaih Moore highlights you will be bombarded with put-back dunks, break-a-way dunks, and dunks off the dish, but he is more than just dunks. It will not be argued that Moore was usually the tallest player on the court, but even when posting up or cleaning up the glass against smaller players, his positioning is great. He does not take short cuts, and that shows in those so-called break-a-way dunks that he gets because he hustles to get in front of the ball.

Dylan Wusu – 6’3 / 180 SG

A strong guard who has the ball-handling ability to create space to create his own shots. At times at Our Saviour Lutherian School, those shots did not always look as if they were going to go in, but he shot them with confidence. Coach Anderson would be wise to get the freshman to attempt less tough three-point shots, regardless of how much success he had making them in high school.

Posh Alexander – 5’11 / 170 PG

Great athleticism for his height and is known to finish above the rim if given a clear path. Perhaps it is due to being 5’11, but his worth ethic on both ends of the court is outstanding. As a member of the Saviour Lutherian School’s back-court, with fellow St. John’s recruit Dylan Wusu, Alexander was the type of player who would look to take over games. His greatest weapon is his dribble and it is how he loves to get to the basket. Despite seeming excessive at times, it worked in high school.

Vince Cole – 6’6 / 195 SG

If Cole gets playing time in the back-court from Coach Anderson, it will be to the detriment of Dylan Wusu. After averaging 18.7 points per game with 6.2 rebounds with USC Salkehatchie, Cole was selected to the JUCO All-American Second Team. Although Cole does not have the best shooting form, he does have a high release and he makes a lot of shots from way beyond the arc. Unfortunately for defenders, Cole really only needs a little bit of space to get his shots off, and the majority of the time he utilizes his dribble to get his defender off balance as he sets himself up for a pullback three.

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Newcomers Article 3 days 10 hours ago #391480

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The weights for the OSL kids seem like they might be old. Both of them look more muscular than those numbers would suggest.

I'm excited about this class. Now we just need a normal season. . .
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Newcomers Article 3 days 8 hours ago #391486

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Cole was a first team JUCO All American, not second team
At 6'6", I can see Cole playing the 3 spot
I, too, am excited about this class
Joining a young nucleus of rising sophs and juniors, this team has good potential

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Newcomers Article 3 days 8 hours ago #391497

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L J S A wrote: The weights for the OSL kids seem like they might be old. Both of them look more muscular than those numbers would suggest.

I'm excited about this class. Now we just need a normal season. . .


I don't care about the weights. I can't wait to see them all stand next to eachother in a picture and we can analyze their true heights.

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Newcomers Article 3 days 59 minutes ago #391575

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Moose wrote:

L J S A wrote: The weights for the OSL kids seem like they might be old. Both of them look more muscular than those numbers would suggest.

I'm excited about this class. Now we just need a normal season. . .


I don't care about the weights. I can't wait to see them all stand next to each other in a picture and we can analyze their true heights.


I am going to throw out there that seeing a pic of Champagnie is what finally made me turn the corner on him. I didn't think much at all about the signing until I realized he looked much bigger than I was expecting. I even remember saying that we could get him minutes at PF, where it may be easier for him to score until he gets his feet wet. I don't think they were all lined up in the pic, though. :lol:

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Newcomers Article 2 days 2 hours ago #391690

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Cole taking shots from beyond the 3 needs to be addressed isn’t that what LJ did

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Newcomers Article 2 days 2 hours ago #391692

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usguard wrote: Cole taking shots from beyond the 3 needs to be addressed isn’t that what LJ did.

US, if Cole can hit 44.6% from three like he did this year, he can take them from half court!

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