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  • Anchorage
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    Originally posted by tsull View Post

    Hasn't that dude been to like 4 schools? I'm sure this school is the one that will put him over the top ... sarcasm alert.
    Yes...yes he has.

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  • tsull
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    Part I of II WOU basketball recruiting stories (it's a large class). Here's 3 JC guys, watched some video on each one, the 6-7 Umpqua CC guy stood out to me. I know UAA wanted him.

    https://wouwolves.com/news/2020/9/12...21-season.aspx

    I welcome other GNAC, CCAA, and PacWest schools posting here. I don't want to flood this place with all WOU because I'm a frequent poster and that's my school. But I'd like to read up on some of the other schools, too. Thanks, happy hooping!

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  • tsull
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    Originally posted by Anchorage View Post
    Former UAA player D’Andre Osuigwe has posted on Twitter that he has committed to D1 Florida A&M University.
    Hasn't that dude been to like 4 schools? I'm sure this school is the one that will put him over the top ... sarcasm alert.

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  • Anchorage
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    Former UAA player D’Andre Osuigwe has posted on Twitter that he has committed to D1 Florida A&M University.

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  • Anchorage
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    Typically these academies and prep schools market themselves as an alternative to Junior Colleges. A lot of graduates will go to them for a 5th year to either fix their academics record or to prove something to 4 year universities while saving a year of collegiate eligibility. They recruit just like colleges do, and they typically cost a decent amount of money to attend. I am sure they find a scholarship though if the player is good enough.

    I saw St Martin’s added a bunch of JuCo players from all over the country on VC. They must have really been busy recruiting. I have no idea how good any of them are but the SM staff clearly left no stone uncovered.

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  • tsull
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    Originally posted by CWU Wildcat Nation View Post
    https://twitter.com/PrepHoopsWA/stat...06928560283648

    WOU picks up 6'7" freshman forward Nate Johnson out of Elite Sports Academy in Seattle. Not really sure how those academies work and who they play against. I cannot find anything about him from the past year.
    Yeah, those academies are very strange. I know Nate Pryor (West Seattle HS/North Idaho/UW) went to I think this one. He had grade issues, I heard, so it did nothing to solve that issue, and he enrolled at NIC, which he could've done a year earlier. I looked at this kid, couldn't find much, played at Roosevelt High in Seattle. Could be solid, I don't know. Based on film and roster depth, I'd say redshirt candidate.

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  • CWU Wildcat Nation
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    https://twitter.com/PrepHoopsWA/stat...06928560283648

    WOU picks up 6'7" freshman forward Nate Johnson out of Elite Sports Academy in Seattle. Not really sure how those academies work and who they play against. I cannot find anything about him from the past year.

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  • CWU Wildcat Nation
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    SPU picks up one of Cocch Carl Howell's products in Skagit Valley College PG Marquan Williams https://twitter.com/skagit_valley/st...30501730574337

    Averaged 14.7 ppg and 4.8 apg in 26.4 mpg last season. Provides much needed experience on a young (but talented) SPU roster (3 seniors, 2 juniors, 5 sophomores, 5 freshmen)

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  • CWU Wildcat Nation
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    Fairbanks is adding a grad transfer from UW in Quin Barnard https://twitter.com/QBarnard1/status...70648010448898

    He prepped at O'Dea before walking on at Montlake. Played in 21 games over 3 seasons, sitting out his sophomore year.

    https://gohuskies.com/sports/mens-ba...n-barnard/9780

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  • tsull
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    WOU picks up two quality JC guards this week from Lawson (Alabama) and Santa Monica (Calif.), both fine shooters and scorers. They lost some really good perimeter depth this past year so I'm glad the Wolves appear to have replaced the graduated and departed.

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  • tsull
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    NNU gets James Nelson back, a fine 6-6 forward, who will be a soph. He transfered out of NNU after what I thought was an excellent freshman season, went to Dixie. I never understood that move as I saw him as a future star for the Nighthawks. Well, he's back now. A nice guy to get on the bounce-back for NNU:

    https://nnusports.com/news/2020/7/16...es-nelson.aspx

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  • tsull
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    Originally posted by Anchorage View Post
    WOU coming on late with some nice signings.
    Yes, very pleased with the recruiting class and the job coach Pifer has done at WOU in his short time there.

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  • Anchorage
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    WOU coming on late with some nice signings.

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  • tsull
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    WOU just picked up the 6-3 San Diego guard that I really liked ... or at least I really liked his highlight video. Nice recruiting year, IMO, two 6-7 JC's, two quality prep guards.

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  • tsull
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    Western Oregon just picked up a guard from Los Angeles, looks good.. I was hoping for the big guard from San Diego as his HUDL tape was pretty nice, maybe they will get him, too. I did like the latest guy a lot, however.

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