10th Region 2019/2020

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    10th Region 2019/2020

    A lot of moving on the totem poll in the 10th.

    Campbell loses a ton. GRC losing Graham, Canada, and a few other big bodies. Belcher out at Pendleton. Schalch transfers to Mason while they only lose Lofton. Bourbon has some momentum within their program. Robertson still returns a slew of experienced guys. Augusta with some nice young guns. Scott losing Meister and Ohmer.

    Who are the early frontrunners for the 2020 title?

    My top 3 in no particular order...
    1. GRC
    2. Mason
    3. Bourbon

    Next - Robertson, Brossart, Scott, Campbell
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    Who does Scott loose?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    Who does Scott loose?.
    They lose a lot. Hunter, Meister, Ohmer, Joyce, Simpson. 10 seniors on last years team. But, there is a lot of talent in the pipeline. They will be young and inexperienced next year, but could be dangerous as they gain experience as the season goes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    They lose a lot. Hunter, Meister, Ohmer, Joyce, Simpson. 10 seniors on last years team. But, there is a lot of talent in the pipeline. They will be young and inexperienced next year, but could be dangerous as they gain experience as the season goes on.
    Thanks.

    Too early for me to predict who should be ranked at the top.

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    ttt

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    I believe Scott is at SK today around 4:30 for scrimmages.

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    Scott has a kid that is going to be a Freshman (Meyer?) that is going to be special. Extremely athletic, quick first step, and can shoot the 3. He is going to be somebody to watch these next four years.

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    With Hinson return to Augusta and bringing his son what does that mean for the small school? With all their young talent and the returning senior class could be interesting to see how they stack up with the bigger schools again remember 2016!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Undertaker View Post
    With Hinson return to Augusta and bringing his son what does that mean for the small school? With all their young talent and the returning senior class could be interesting to see how they stack up with the bigger schools again remember 2016!!!
    Will be interesting to see who stays and who goes.

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    Should be an interesting month if Hinson can figure out how to keep this group together they could be as special.

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    Who would leave and where would they go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Undertaker View Post
    With Hinson return to Augusta and bringing his son what does that mean for the small school? With all their young talent and the returning senior class could be interesting to see how they stack up with the bigger schools again remember 2016!!!
    Is it an automatic non-eligibility issue when a coach moves to another school for the son who transfers to play for his dad? No residency movement is in the cards. Read the transfer rules and could not see any mention of an eligibility exception for coach's children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldercoach View Post
    Is it an automatic non-eligibility issue when a coach moves to another school for the son who transfers to play for his dad? No residency movement is in the cards. Read the transfer rules and could not see any mention of an eligibility exception for coach's children.
    It should not matter, he was only an eighth grader last year.

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    I believe you are wrong Sumo he was a freshman last year

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Undertaker View Post
    I believe you are wrong Sumo he was a freshman last year
    I looked in an old basketball preview and it said 8th. Oh well, that makes a big difference.

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