Under-Recruited Players in 2016?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maysvilleky View Post
    Hard to believe that Pig doesn't have some bigger schools looking at him. I don't know what his grades look like, but on the court he has the look and game of a D1 player. He's not a scrawny player. He has the size, handles, and offensive game IMO to play at least at the NKU, MSU, EKU level and probably bigger schools.
    I have only seen him play 1 time, Vs Greenup. He is very fast , quick. Handles the ball well, and play`s hard on "D". That night he gave up 29 Gage Hughes, but a week before held Villers ( Ashland) to 16 witch 10 or so came at the end of game, with Mason up big. I could tell he can get to the basket, But I wonder about his out side shot... I think NAIA, maybe D2 at the highest. Will make a nice point guard for some school, I`m most impressed with his effort on "D". Size might hurt him also. He well be some where.
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    Bo Robison, Union County in the 2nd region. The kid nobody knows outside of the 2nd teams that play Union. Three sport athlete which is very common at small schools that share athletes. Q-back on the football team, center fielder on the baseball team ( hit around 450 last season ) and point guard on the basketball team, averaging around 22 points a game. High game this season, a 84-73 victory over Estil County, 52 points on 19-25 field goals inc. 4-6 threes, 10-13 free throws, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. Low game, 57-51 win over Lyon County with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Very explosive 6'2 senior point guard off the dribble who has to score points on his own. No summer ball, no AAU ball and no team camps. Lot of potential, very young, will be 17 when he graduates. Friends at Union tell me he doesn't have any offers. He gets double teamed and chased at every game as any good player does. Friends tell me basketball is his favorite sport and he wants to play. Would be a steal for somebody who wants to take a small gamble on a kid nobody knows.

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    To correct some wrong information I had on Bo Robison. Bo has always participated in summer games and all basketball activity with his high school team. He will turn 18 in the spring before graduation.

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    I heard that during the Centralia (IL) tournament Caskaskia (IL) (JUCO) was interested in Tyrik Edwards. Haven't heard anything else about him or anything about Ware.

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    I agree on Bo Robinson, I don't think he would be a D1 player, but D2 and NAIA are definite possibilities. He just plays on a bad team in an area of Ky that doesn't get much exposure. Things would be a whole lot different if he played for other schools in Region 1 (Christian County, Henderson, Hopkinsville, etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by silo11 View Post
    I agree on Bo Robinson, I don't think he would be a D1 player, but D2 and NAIA are definite possibilities. He just plays on a bad team in an area of Ky that doesn't get much exposure. Things would be a whole lot different if he played for other schools in Region 1 (Christian County, Henderson, Hopkinsville, etc.)

    Bo added a little to his resume tonight with a 49 point performance as Union County upset University Heights 112-107 in double overtime. Bo's last name is Robison, no n in his name.

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