Sean McNeil

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    Coach Davenport isn't for everyone. Speak to some of his formal players and you'll quickly learn. Bellarmine also just added a D1 transfer wing that has 2 years left, so Sean may have seen the writing on the wall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopJunkie View Post
    Coach Davenport isn't for everyone. Speak to some of his formal players and you'll quickly learn. Bellarmine also just added a D1 transfer wing that has 2 years left, so Sean may have seen the writing on the wall.
    No, he isn't, for sure -- but that is NOT the issue here.

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    College basketball or college sports in general isn't for everyone. Kids who are successful have to really embrace the process and understand the grind. Positives far outweigh the negatives for a scholarship athlete.

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    Have seen lots of young men just needing time away from their game, whatever it might be. Have seen it more in basketball and golf than other sports. Absence can make the heart grow fonder, especially in women and competitive sports. A pause and reboot makes lots of things work out for the better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    No, he isn't, for sure -- but that is NOT the issue here.
    Please enlighten us.

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    FYI....also playing in the men's league at Griffin. Good league at the top with a lot of ex-college players and good high school players.

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    Hope the young man doesn't live to regret his decision here.

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