Dakotah Euton Transferring to Asbury College

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastmyprime View Post
    He would not have seen a minute on Bellarmine's team this year. I agree with kybred. Definitely not D 1.
    and to think he was coming to UK.
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    Maybe he can go to Minn. Tubby likes projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastmyprime View Post
    He would not have seen a minute on Bellarmine's team this year. I agree with kybred. Definitely not D 1.
    Let's not get crazy here ...

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    ^ I have not seen them play, but I was thinking the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    Let's not get crazy here ...
    Gotta consider the history JS. That statement is simply over the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    Let's not get crazy here ...
    He would have been the 9th or 10th guy on their roster, maybe. I saw about 50 D 2 games last year, and he can't contribute much at that level. Just too slow, doesn't get off the floor quick enough and really doesn't bang much down low.

    Just a case of the kid didn't get much better since his freshman year of high school. A small NAIA or D 3 school would be the ideal fit. Someplace like Union or Alice Lloyd and he could have a nice career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastmyprime View Post
    He would have been the 9th or 10th guy on their roster, maybe. I saw about 50 D 2 games last year, and he can't contribute much at that level. Just too slow, doesn't get off the floor quick enough and really doesn't bang much down low.

    Just a case of the kid didn't get much better since his freshman year of high school. A small NAIA or D 3 school would be the ideal fit. Someplace like Union or Alice Lloyd and he could have a nice career.
    Because you watched him alot at Akron when he played. Right? Come on, let's be realistic.

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    When you only play 68 minutes the whole season, there is not much to watch. I am basing my opinion off everything I saw in high school and I saw him plenty. His feet are glued to the floor. I am sure there are systems that slow it down and are very patient that he could have success in. Other than being a good set shooter, what can he do that makes him a big time college player? He can't put it on the floor, he struggles finishing inside against guys of the same size inside, he's not a shot blocker and can't guard anyone on the wing.

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    He will be transfering to Asbury College.

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    Should be a much better fit for him! I hope he does well, and a degree from Asbury is just as good as any once he is done playing.

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    I wish him luck.

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    Asbury is now loaded for next season... they have two former UK players on the roster - well one recruit and one player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spindoc View Post
    Because you watched him alot at Akron when he played. Right? Come on, let's be realistic.
    Who was the realistic one?

    Just as I stated a few weeks back, a small NAIA would be the ideal fit.

    This is the best level for him and I wish him well.

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    This entire situation with Euton just reinforces how incompetent BCG was and is imo. Asbury is a great school and a perfect fit for this young man. Wish him well. I am sure he is happy to be reunited with some buddies.

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    Remember how some people got trashed on this site a few years ago for posting that they didn't see Euton ever being a player that could contribute at Kentucky or any other high-major program? I wonder where those that were disputing it then are now.

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