2 undersized PF's (Josh by height and Amile by weight)
Last edited by -jk; 11-05-2012 at 04:46 PM. Reason: no encouraging illegal behavior
I'm most confident when Duke has a bunch of athletic wings.
I would like another big for next year, however.
Any interest from Duke in the latest recruit to re-classify to the Class of 2013:
Not leaving until the game is over.
Per Evan Daniels... the UNC folks ain't gonna take this one well. Last I heard they were sitting pretty with him.
Yep, ESPN confirming it. What is it with Indiana on UNC -- really seems to have their number of late. That's the second 5-star big in as many years that they've seemingly "stollen" from Kerlina. Somebody send coach Crean some champagne!
Multiple folks (including Gavin himself) indicating that Duke is expressing interest. He's a '13 big man who's not a household name, but it sounds like he's capable, and perhaps a late bloomer type. He's at Findlay this year and may blossom in that environment.
Anyone with insights on this young man? A little footage LINK
It looks like UNC has 14 scholarship players for next year...
Srs. : Bullock, McDonald
Jrs : Hairston, Davis, McAdoo, Hubert, Simmons
So : Paige, Tokoto, James, Johnson
Fr : Britt, Hicks, Meeks
Aren't you only allowed 13 scholarships?
Edit: Simmons was a walk-on originally, but offered a scholarship for 2011-2012. Want to bet his athletic scholarship was withdrawn in 2012-2013?
Last edited by Merlindevildog91; 11-19-2012 at 10:56 PM. Reason: Further review....
As far as Duke going forward, I think they'll look at a JuCo or Graduate student to fill the C position for a year or two. Marshall will obviously be relied upon heavily so getting him healthy and seeing what he provides will be huge but after him, Duke doesn't even have a Kelly to put in at C. It'd be severely undersized Hairston or Amile. And the left over big men in this class aren't as highly recruited as someone like Tony Parker and even he isn't playing at UCLA so they'll need an experienced big man for at least 10-15 minutes a game.