Brennen Hall commits to Our Lady of the Lake University

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    Brennen Hall commits to Our Lady of the Lake University

    Newport Central Catholic guard, Brennen Hall, has committed to Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. OLLU is a Catholic university that competes at NAIA D1 level.

    Congratulations and best of luck to Brennen!
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    Congrats to Brennen! Have they announced the new coach? The website showed the position was vacant.

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    Congrats Brennen

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    Congratulations to an outstanding young man and a very, very good basketball player.
    What other offers did he get and where? How did a team from San Antonio find him?
    Just seems like a long way to go with all the schools within 3 hours of where he lives?

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    Outstanding! Congratulations Brennen. Go Saints!

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    Congrats to this hard working young man!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAP View Post
    Congratulations to an outstanding young man and a very, very good basketball player.
    What other offers did he get and where? How did a team from San Antonio find him?
    Just seems like a long way to go with all the schools within 3 hours of where he lives?
    Probably same way a NAIA D1 school in Oskaloosa Iowa (William Penn University) found a player that graduated from Holy Cross last year. They seen video and liked what they saw. Just my guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAP View Post
    Congratulations to an outstanding young man and a very, very good basketball player.
    What other offers did he get and where? How did a team from San Antonio find him?
    Just seems like a long way to go with all the schools within 3 hours of where he lives?
    To be honest I think too many schools in KY do a poor job of recruiting in-state talent at all levels of college basketball.

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    I should have included congrats to him for going on with schooling and basketball.

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