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Old 03-18-2021, 12:57 PM   #10
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So we should take guys who can't shoot against those teams? I'm not sure what your point is. This is a thread called "Potential Incoming Transfers".
My point is we shouldn't be taking anyone that's playing those teams. Not unless they're averaging 18+ a game and are only a Fr or So. Even then it rarely works.

I'm really not trying to be the bad guy here, but this dude has no business playing at a school like Cincinnati. A former walkon from Monmouth, who's going to be a 5th year Sr. and averaged 12 a game? Guy averaged 3 rebounds and 1.5 assistant a game, so it's not like he's some elite passer or all around player either.

Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe a kid like a kid like this could do well here. But IMO if we started filling out our roster with players like this we're already dead in the water. If this kid sees more than a couple minutes a game then we're in some serious, serious trouble.
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