She's got the size, the strength and athleticism. Finished pretty high in the state yesterday in the discus. Remember she's just a junior so she still has another year to grow and mature. You can teach the rest.
Post by neighborhoodsuperstar on May 21, 2019 10:17:22 GMT -5
....she's clearly taller than anyone she's playing against. I can't blame our staff one bit in signing her. Her basketball fitness needs to ultimately get to a DI level. I do like the fact she is involved in other sports. If she was just in basketball, my main concern would be that's she's in it because she's being goaded into it because of her height. Hopefully, she has a great senior year and ultimately adds to future Aggie basketball success....
Hopefully she is on with a good AAU program this summer if not she could be a red shirt which is ok
I agree, he should get her in a training session with Coach Harris there, in Greensboro,(that way he's not breaking any NCAA rules) he's local Coaching and if Rob gives him a call he has a 6"4 that's D1 ready looking for a home in his camp.
Post by marchingband1969 on Jun 1, 2019 11:27:20 GMT -5
Looking at size and heights on paper doesn't mean squat to me! What I want to know is... can anyone hit an open jump shot? We've recruited a lot of "wide bodies" that just clog up the middle but have problems putting the darn ball in the hoop. I'd prefer to recruit shorter players with better shooting skills. Ofcourse, I don't have any championship rings to go with my opinions but this is just my observation.