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  1. #301
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    Default Re: 2019-20 Men's Roster

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacked_Up View Post
    Nothing against Reed, but the addition of a fresh set of eyeballs and new recruiting connections might be nice.
    If he was elevated to DOBO it wouldn't matter as they are not allowed to recruit. Sometime's in emergencies (Paternity Leave) DOBO's will slide into a Temporary AC role, but they would just maintain the duties of said AC they're filling in for.

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    Default Re: 2019-20 Men's Roster

    According to Jacks twitter page, transfers Wilson and Buchanan were named NJCAA all Americans and Wilson named player of the year.

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    https://twitter.com/goodmanhoops/sta...320589824?s=21


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    Thankful at this very moment for the moderators and the rules they have put in place. Otherwise, would definitely make a post I would regret.



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    Quote Originally Posted by salemjack View Post
    There’s not a very good chance he picks SDSU (probably zero), but I hope he goes somewhere else. It’s time for everyone to move on.
    Disclaimer: This post may contain assumptions and/or opinions related to Jackrabbit Athletics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salemjack View Post
    The one thing that could make DJJ think twice about leaving would be the fact that if he doesn't get a waiver to play right away, he will be 6 years out of high school when he graduates since he went to a year of prep school. That would make him 24, which wouldn't help his pro prospects. I've seen an article or two about Daum that have said that being 23 doesn't help his chances of being drafted. Most NBA teams seem to prefer 19 or 20 year olds with high potential that they can develop in their systems. Being 23 or 24 also gives a player fewer high level earning years in their pro careers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salemjack View Post
    Odds are he goes to homestate and Gonzaga.

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    [QUOTE=salemjack;345872]https://twitter.com/goodmanhoops/sta...320589824?s=21

    Good luck to him. Nice of him to put us on that list, ha.

    Heís not Matt Mooney. Mooney was an elite defender, great passer, ball handler, and shooter. He rebounded and played team basketball. Unique case for the Summit. Jenkins has only proven one dimension in his game thus far albeit at an elite level but more on an individual basis. I hope he understands the risk in transferring up and possibility he doesnít start due to the holes in his game. Not a slam dunk heís a star or even a starter at a P5.

    I agree ready for this to be over and move forward with what we got. Great to see some positive news today with a local kid! Keep it coming!

  9. #309
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    I disagree, Jenkins can pass and shoot. Dumb decisions yes, but was a sophomore. The people that don't want him back are clueless. He is a 2-3 WAR player in the Summit. We need scoring. He'll get plenty of time at a P5 even if he just shoots it.

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    Tbh with how things played out for Mooney I donít think itís going to be good for the Summit League in the future. Every guy that shines as a young player is going to get told the Mooney story, I think we should get used to good players transferring to big programs. Maybe Iím just negative right now.
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