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    Quote Originally Posted by ennam_iv View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCHNation32 View Post
    Is he pretty good? How tall is he?
    He is a nice player. Descent outside shot ( getting better) and does a nice job attacking rim. He is probably somewhere around the 6-0 / 6-1 range (just a guess maybe taller). Heard that he has been doing a nice job in summer league. Look for him to play some JV is what i was told.

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    Don't know his name but the kid for the Legends going to Newport is pretty good. Will see varsity time this year. I know Snapp played him some at eh Xavier camp this summer. Kid has the best motor at this age group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Inside View Post
    Don't know his name but the kid for the Legends going to Newport is pretty good. Will see varsity time this year. I know Snapp played him some at eh Xavier camp this summer. Kid has the best motor at this age group.
    Rico Hollis...played well at the Holmes Summer Event as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    Is this the kid that played for Conner Middle School last year? If so, why is he at Cooper and not Conner?
    This is the former Conner guy. I would say he doesn't play freshman only JV and maybe some V min.

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    How big is Kunkel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoops5 View Post
    Where are they going?
    Wow. There will be plenty of play time next year. When this years senior class graduates

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    How big is Kunkel?
    When I saw him this summer he looked like he had grown. A lanky 5'11?

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    What grade is the Miller kid in now? The one who played at Woodland. He very well might be the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ennam_iv View Post
    What grade is the Miller kid in now? The one who played at Woodland. He very well might be the best.
    If I'm thinking of the same kid, he is a freshman at Holmes now.

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    Assuming McNeil is the young man that was at Ockerman last year, I thought he was the best combination of ball skill, physicality and tenacity that I saw in the NKMSAA last year. McNeil reminded me a lot of Nick Ruthsatz - strong with the ball and strong to the basket. The next best guards I saw were Ruthsatz and Pangallo, in no particular order.

    Mayer was a beast at the 4. Will be interesting to watch him make decisions on sports as time goes on...

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    Keep an eye out for Jacob Noe at Highlands. He can literally jump out of the gym, his Dad was a state champion high jumper who got a track scholarship and went on to high jump like 7ft I believe. Jacob is a quick leaper and has developed his game I understand. If he keeps working hard on fundamentals he will be a nice player for the Birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Keep an eye out for Jacob Noe at Highlands. He can literally jump out of the gym, his Dad was a state champion high jumper who got a track scholarship and went on to high jump like 7ft I believe. Jacob is a quick leaper and has developed his game I understand. If he keeps working hard on fundamentals he will be a nice player for the Birds.
    Jacob is a very good player. I heard him an the other freshman Braden Posey will be 2 kids who could help jump start the program.

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