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Welcome Jarred Reuter

Discussion in 'Basketball' started by p8triotfan4life, May 1, 2017.

  1. GMUgemini

    GMUgemini Hall of Famer

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    Speaking of Calixte and his development, we'll have the luxury of having him available if Reuter needs a few games to get into the swing of playing in games again. We won't have to start an under 200 pound freshman at the 5 while he gets up to speed.

    If Masonjoe wants to be skeptical, let him be skeptical. I'm not exactly sure what he's not seeing, but whatever.
  2. smccart5

    smccart5 Sixth Man

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    Better not hear any “ROOOOOO”s when he scores. It’s pronounced ROOOYYYYYYY
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  3. By George.

    By George. Specialist

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    We can confirm that everything is on the table. Dave is not specifically a “small ball guy.” He admitted to coaching to to the strengths of his roster so far. Playing multiple bigs has clearly been a desire of ours so we picked his brain a little post interview.
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  4. Mason2005

    Mason2005 Starter

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    The Spain trip should help Reuter and the entire team adjust to playing together.

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  5. Petey Buckets

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    It's not like Dave to make bold statements. One of my concerns going into the interview was that he sort of hedges and talks around things (it's just his conversation style with media) and we might not get anything interesting out of him.

    He was unequivocal in his praise of Jarred. In addition to saying he thinks Jarred can be a top five player (which he didn't backpedal from after I told him that was a bold statement) he also mentioned Jarred again when we were talking about Jamal Hartwell. He says Hartwell is a really good shooter, which was important for him, because Jarred stands to be double-teamed in the post a lot. Dave couches his statements about everything, but he didn't with Jarred, which is telling I think.

    Also, it's Roy-ter, not Roo-ter. Whoops.
  6. Five Two

    Five Two Starter

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    We are going to Spain? Did I miss that in another thread?
  7. masonjoe

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  8. Leesburg Chankenstank III

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    Yes, the team is going to be staying in Angel Cabrera's house.
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  9. Washingtonian

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    https://bustingbrackets.com/2018/06/27/ncaa-basketball-ranking-top-40-eligible-sit-transfers/3/

    34. Jarred Reuter C Jr, George Mason
    16-17 Stats: 3.8ppg 2.2rpg 58%fg at Virginia
    Reuter is a physical big man who occupied the back-up center role for Virginia during his first two seasons. At George Mason, he should see a much bigger role on a team that should be surprisingly good in the Atlantic Ten. The Patriots need a physical post presence to go along with their stellar group of guards and Reuter could vault them back into the NCAA Tournament. Expect Reuter to eclipse double figures in scoring and show his full offensive arsenal.
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    Quentin Daniels All-American

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    His casa you mean.
  11. MasonGradSquared

    MasonGradSquared Preferred Walk-On

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    I take issue with the word “surprisingly” in this analysis, but let them sleep on us!

  12. PoorManProfit

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    I agree. This team is bringing everyone back from a squad that finished, what, 11-7 in the league last season and adding a big in Reuter? The only thing that would be surprising to me, injuries aside, is if this team isn't competing for a NCAA bid (either auto or At-Large).
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  13. KAOriginal

    KAOriginal All-Conference

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    We should demand forever that "deceptively" be the only adverb we allow to be utilized in describing us...
  14. psyclone

    psyclone All-Conference

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    Actually we were 9-9. Still, every reason to be optimistic for next year.
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  15. Mason2005

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    9-9 with 8 players, all freshmen bigs and the A10 sending 3 teams to the tournament. Time to be optimistic!

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  16. CHRISTOPHER JAMES JOLLAY

    CHRISTOPHER JAMES JOLLAY All-American

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    I was thinking, I know people follow Jarret on social media and stuff, but maybe we could keep closer tabs on him?

    Follow him around, make sure he isn't hitting frat parties in the Fall like both 18-year old Chris Fleming and present day Chris Fleming?

    This guy is too crucial for us to f*ck up.
  17. JimP

    JimP All-Conference

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    Fleming is a Final Four hero - he may participate in frat parties for the duration of his lifetime. I encourage it and believe I'm on the same page with Angel Cabrera on this.
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