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    Oct 15, 17, 04:04 PM
    Courtney's Webster Grove HS teammate, Carte'Are Gordon, who is 6'9", starred on the USA 17U team at the FIBA World Championships in summer of 2016, and who is ranked higher chose SLU over Mizzou and Kansas. In 2017 they landed another local star who chose them over Mizzou, Purdue, & Michigan State. Point is Travis Ford is a recruiter and he hired an assistant with ties to the NIKE EYBL St. Louis Eagles program that has many strong...
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    Oct 15, 17, 01:36 PM
    You may get your wish this season Sinbad. Trinity is very good and if not this year they will be even better next season.
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    Oct 15, 17, 01:34 PM
    Thanks, I knew he was at HC and took a stab at the spelling. Point is that he is underrated and my slip up underscores that. With his size in a region that lacks very many big men, he can do some damage. The big football player at DeSales who plays center is also very tough. Watching those two play against each other would be fun if you appreciate the battle in the paint.
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    Oct 15, 17, 01:27 PM
    SLU is a great fit and I can see why Mickey would want to spend his next 4 years there. It is in a great conference, great academics, great coaching, and just the right distance to be away from home but close for family to come watch a lot of games. They have a nice 2018 recruiting class already and I would think they will make a run at Courtney Ramey who decommitted from U of L. His HS teammate is committed there and being a hometown school...
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    Oct 15, 17, 01:20 PM
    I agree he is a very good HS basketball player in the state. I am not sure he is underrated because he is very well known, and I feel he landed at a perfect spot for his next level of college ball. What he lacks in athleticism, he makes up for in skill & high BB IQ. He also plays with an extreme amount of confidence. In the 12th region I could see him being the 3rd best player, but there is a big gap between the first two spots and the rest.
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    Oct 10, 17, 07:55 PM
    I agree with Maniac here, HS BB is much more than getting to the next level and the fact is it will play a role in launching to the next level, but more so at the NAIA and D3 level versus D1/D2. D1/D2 needs to see how you perform against the players who also are going to move on to that next level. In reality there are about 20 HS players in KY that get their education paid for at D1/D2 with a basketball scholarship. It is so hard to project...
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    Oct 10, 17, 07:48 PM
    Thanks Pikeville Cat. Considering the multiple errors noticed in other region previews they did a pretty good job with these two except the listing of KCD twice. Hopefully the posters who follow these two regions can make comments. Several opinions from me include: *Justin Powell is ranked way too low in the 7th. He is a Top 3 guy along with his teammates. Trinity is loaded, they have the top 3 players hands down in that region. My #1...
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    Oct 8, 17, 07:47 PM
    Appreciate it if you can.
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    Oct 1, 17, 07:00 PM
    This is beginning to sound like the standing joke at U of L about "is Earl Clark on campus" because I heard via a HS coach here in Louisville that both were indeed at Doss. The road to Rupp would be much easier in the 2nd than the 6th region, but previous posts made it sound unclear if they were able to play at Henderson. As odd as it sounds, maybe they are getting a second chance to turn things around at Doss. You have to commend their...
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    Sep 22, 17, 06:41 PM
    There is not anybody on this list that you can pick to move off and move someone else on, they all are very likely going to play D1 basketball. A couple that are right there with them are Isaiah Cozart out of Madison Central. Hard to project where he will end up, but this young post player already has defensive skills that will land him somewhere in D1. If he continues to grow, look out. Another in the same 2019 class that is an equally...
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    Sep 22, 17, 06:55 AM
    Here is the thing about stats that you have to put in perspective. There are kids that score 25 points per game that end up perhaps at D3 schools and there are kids who average 12 PPG who end up at a D1 school. If you play on a team that has several players that spread scoring around versus another player who lacks any other real scoring threats that kid is counted on to score more. But that does not make him the better player. As far as...
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    Sep 21, 17, 09:02 PM
    Getting out of the 7th is not easy. When you come out of the 6th or 7th it is a battle and then you need to hit the reset button should you be fortunate enough to win it. Sometimes it is hard to get rolling again and if the draw is not kind to you there are always going to be some very strong teams that will be in your way. Trinity is going to be very tough the next two years.....very tough.
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