So you think playing at Weber St is the more logical step to pro ball?
It's different for every kid. Zdor might know at this point that pro ball isn't in his future. If so, and that was a factor in the decision, then great. But if they think even for one second that pro ball is the goal, then I believe they made the wrong choice. Who knows? Who cares? It's behind the UI. Wish him luck and hope he made the correct choice. Move on!
If he thinks pro ball is realistic, then you may have a point. However, the kid is a low 3-star recruit with primarily mid-major offers, and if I am an adult in his life, I probably would have a heart-to-heart with him about his chances and what is the best situation for him if he actually wants to have fun with the rest of his basketball career by playing instead of riding pine (in all likelihood).
Again, it could be something else, but to me, this seems like the true Occam's razor answer. It's pretty clear he would have been one of the lowest-rated bigs in the entire conference, even if he was by default the second-highest ranked big on our roster.
What, something happened to the top 20 recruiting class we have coming in next year? I understand Kane's issue is minor and that he's a high ranked student who has to clear up a single class, so that sounds like it's a non issue. Some other defection in that class, Calvin?
BTW, negativity is like paying interest on a debt you may never owe.
He is 6'11", he can run, he's aggressive, he can jump, he can block, he has some upper body strength, he made 2 free throws in a row and he likes to dunk the ball. The only question I would have is does he have a twin brother we can sign too???