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Discussion in 'Basketball' started by Pablo, Apr 20, 2015.
Plays like London Perrantes, I'll take it!
Can anyone share a youtube video or another article about Zach Garrett? I couldn't find anything (and I already saw the NCAA link)
Haven't been reading this thread lately? Most likely fake news...
We go to the local high school games periodically. Watched Garrett a couple of times. All around very good basketball player. High IQ and a scorer. Think he is more of a walk on - but has potential to work himself into the roster.
He's a pretty big body and looks to love contact from the videos. The only weakness that stands out a bit from the videos is he looks a little slow off the dribble. However, looks like he can score the ball from many standpoints.
Looks like he could go to a CAA school and start. Whats the competition like with the schools out there?
I guess Zach garret signed
What do walk-on's sign?
Student loan agreements
LOL, thanks for the laugh.
They still have to go through the NCAA clearinghouse and probably some other procedural things
When Karl Hobbs was the coach at GW, walk-ons did not have their names on the backs (NOB) of their jerseys yet the scholarship players did. This isn't a post about NOB or not, but IMO, there should be consistency with the team. Either everyone has it or everyone doesn't. You are either on the team or your not. Its ridiculous.
Loudoun is on the rise. Youth participation in AAU programs is exploding - so is the population. Trainers are abundant and busy. Wouldn't be surprised if Loudoun continues putting more and more kids into colleges.
The best kids usually migrate to the private schools. But, more and more public school kids are getting looks. Some are DII, Patriot, CAA. Duquesne just offered a kid in the high school we feed into, Stone Bridge.
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The staff has an offer out to 6'9 235lb grad transfer Rashed Anthony from Seton Hall.
This is true, the competition in the high schools in that area and number of DI offers have gone up a lot recently.
Here's some data on his time at Seton Hall. Less playing time with each year in the program and I read somewhere else that Seton Hall returns much of last year's team.
Last year he played a total of 128 minutes and committed 35 fouls, including two foul outs.
Wow Paulsen must have zero faith in anyone on the roster playing the 5 if this is who he's possibly getting to fill the void next season. Never averaged more than 0.9 PPG or 1.4 RPG in 3 seasons ..
WE DON'T HAVE GOOD LUCK WITH FORMER SETON HALL PLAYERS.
There must be something to like about the guy based on some of the other interested schools...