So.....you're saying your an insider, eh???Got the news on Leron a couple days ago, and he made the right choice. He put up an offensive performance this season that would have been difficult to replicate.
Hope to see him expand his skill set at the next level, and excited for whoever is going to step up and fill Leron’s spot.
His stats could easily get better as he was a very average rebounder who should have been much better than he was and is currently a well below average defender. I loved his offensive game, but think he is personally making a long-term mistake by not staying one more year and developing those aspects of his game, along with his ballhanding skills. But, alas, he has to do what he feels is best for him.Thank you Leron, it was fun to watch your tough, gritty style...
I can't fault him for leaving, his stats would never be greater than they were this year.
People are willing to pay him to play basketball right now. He has a ten year window to max out his earnings. Don’t let your feelings on him leaving blur the real picture.The right thing would have been to stay and continue his development. He still needs improvement before taking the next step and would have developed more staying one more year.
We sucked this year and are losing our best player, so it's likely to be between us and Rutgers. Ebo may not pick up the slack, but he has the tools to be an important piece next year. Kipper will improve too. With Trent and Ayo, we should have a pretty good backcourt, and I think that will keep us out of the basement.So we're pretty much guaranteed now to be picked last in the B10?