I hope it will be, but it'll depend on if we can still defend well with that lineup and if Giorgi will be effective moved further from the basket (or if they can find a way to get him keep him and Kofi close to the basket). It could work, but Holyfield would be our most natural 4, and sacrificing 10 minutes of him at that position likely means playing Kipper or Tev for 10 more minutes OUT of their more natural position. It'll be interesting to see, but my far too early speculation is that we won't see that lineup much.10 minutes of playing guys 6'8", 6'9", and 7 foot is a nightmare.
On Twitter, the primary logos for Oregon, Kansas and Texas Tech are on the left with the secondary logo on the right, but for Illinois, the secondary logo is on the left with the primary logo on the right.
This is baffling to me. Does that mean that right now he has the credits to graduate high school, but that he might opt for another year just to work on his game? Would he be taking college credit courses that will transfer in, too? I know guys go to Prep Schools for a 5th year, but I thought that was usually the opposite -- needing the extra year to get the credits. If he's ready to graduate, why not reclassify? Or is it an issue of thinking he'll REALLY blow up next year, skills-wise, and vault himself into the Top 10 recruit, one-and-done conversations? Like the arguments we make about college freshman -- stay another year and go from 1st rounder to Lottery Pick.Still considering 2019, but will also play on the AAU summer circuit. Decision probably won't come until August at the earliest.
Just read a Texas Tech player has entered the transfer portal within the last hour. Forward, Malik Ondigo.If what I have read on line is correct, none. At the moment. We don't know whether a current player might leave, but I bet their coaching staff does.