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Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by sleeperpick, Nov 9, 2017.
But don't they need the spot if Kier returns?
True, although I suspect they'd make room one way or another (as we've all discussed)
JDS to W&M? Relationship had to be there in some form.
I am thinking one of the small NY schools like Siena or Manhattan or something.
He should head home and fill it up for Pitino
If I am a betting man he goes to Iona. Was between us and them back in the day. They also have 4 open scholarships
Pitino would not take him. This kid is not as good as he thinks.
if pitino won’t take him maybe Mosiello would take him at Manhattan to stick it to Pitino. Mosiello is a Pitino disciple too (I think)
Manhattan or LIU makes sense for places for him to go.
Maybe George Pappas can teach him how to shoot at Monmouth @GSII
I wish him the best, hopefully he finds a school where he can shine instead of riding the pine.
Happy for him.
Good luck to him. Got to see him hit a couple big threes while in attendance at Fordham.
Even if JDS hit 7 threes in one of our games like George Papas did for Monmouth, this year, DP would still give him zero mins next game.
George Papas is a Greek God @GSII
Hes BFFs with Jim Rome, and is hated amongst KU Nation.
Best of luck to Jason. Not surprised that he's the first to enter the portal. Would be surprised if he's the last.
He lands at Manhattan
If I were a betting man, I'd say J-DS ends up at Drexel. Drexel was finalist in his original decision.
WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER also others called it too
Jason Douglas-Stanley, a seldom-used guard at George Mason, has committed to Manhattan. Sit one, play two for the 6-foot-2 Mount Vernon native who played for
in high school. #MAACHoops #JasperNation
lol he committed to Manhattan before you posted this