Ok, someone list the potential starting lineup for next season.
"imo", i could only etch in stone 2 starters and the rest is "up for grabs". the most obvious choice is "kam" at the 1 position and my 2nd most obvious choice is "ty lyons" at the 3 position. after that, it gets real "competitive" and that's a great problem to have.
whoever starts at the 2 position can easily be replace by his backup without missing a beat. i think tyler maye and kwe parker will fight it out for the starting 2 position, but ya can't go wrong with either one of them. clearly "blake harris" can play the 1 and the 2, he's probably gonna backup kam at the 1 but also get plenty of minutes at the 2 as well, so he'll get his share of playing time. not to mention there's even more "quality depth" at the 1 and 2 in fred cleveland who might be the odd man out in terms of playing time.
its very "crowded" with talent at the 1 and 2 positions. but for my money, ty lyons is easily the starting "3". i think the 6'5" recruit (jeremy robinson) we signed will probably get some minutes as ty's backup at the 3. starting power forward is probably up for grabs between our 2 recruits (the jones bruthas), quentin jones (6'8") and umes transfer tyler jones (6'7"). both could also play some 3 if we wanna go with a "big" lineup.
i think the starting center position would go to the new juco recruit, 7'1" david greer with harry as his backup. harry will also get some minutes at the 4 position as well, so he'll get plenty of playing time playing both the 4 and the 5.
man, we can really put a "major d1" sized starting lineup on the floor in any given game if coach jones so chooses...
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Coach Will Jones has added a major component for the upcoming season with last night's commitment of 7-1, 245 center David Greer from Ocean Springs, Ms. by way of SW Mississippi and Georgia Highlands JUCOs. Greer was a late bloomer and is a true low post center who averaged 15 points and 17 rebounds per game last season and got a serious late look from LSU and Tennessee State before choosing A&T.
I totally missed this signing....this is what I have been asking for, another big man! He can play...I'd like to see him be aggressive, like dunk on people...HARD!!! Then stare at them...like Shaq. LOL!!!
Coach Jones is still tinkering with his 2020-21 roster as he has added 6-1, 190 combo guard Justin Brooks from Auburn (HS), Ala. The younger Brooks is the brother of UNC starting forward Garrison Brooks. Brooks was a consensus All-Region selection, putting up 14.8 points, four rebounds and three assists per contest his senior year at one of that state's perennial basketball powerhouses. He sat out last season after graduating in 2019.
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Justin Brooks - CG 2019 (Auburn Raptors) Brooks is a really well put together guard both physically and mentally. His size, speed and power style of play makes him a tough guard on the offensive end. On defense, he uses those intangibles to impose his will on his opponent. When attacking the rim his ability to take contact and finish is what stood out on the weekend.
Last Edit: Jun 15, 2020 19:44:43 GMT -5 by Aggie One
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