"Coach Mattison told me what the Ravens were about, what he thought," Beyer said. "He definitely encouraged me. I hold his opinion in high regard."
In news that will surprise no one, another Indiana basketball player, Jeremiah April,
was told has decided to leave the program. Tom Crean now has the ability to bring in another 4-star who will be forced out voluntary transfer before contributing in any meaningful way.
April is the third player to leave the IU basketball program this year, following in the footsteps of Max Hoetzel and Stanford Robinson. In 2014, three other players also transferred - Peter Jurkin, Austin Etherington, and Jeremy Hollowell.
In case you were wondering which B1G coach is the worst, let me remind you that it's Tom Crean. Tom Crean is the worst.
Following college basketball means Michigan having to take down two Final Four banners when Duke has twice made the Final Four while (likely) playing ineligible players. http://straighthoops.com/articles_9.html
Following college basketball means losing Mitch McGary for a year b/c he tested positive for marijuana once even when McGary's punishment in AA for being caught with a small amount of the stuff would have cost him nothing more than a $25 fine.
Following college basketball means losing recruits to a school - Kentucky - that openly flaunts the luxury apartments that its players live in. http://larrybrownsports.com/college-basketball/kentuckys-housing-chef-flat-screens/153247
I'm mad as heck, and I'm...going to sit here and be mad for a few more minutes! I say this calls for a negbang!
No bueno...Kentucky Sports Radio reporting
Also seems the scout guys have changed attitude to one of concern regarding Jaylen and that Kentucky now leading.
Pick from the current roster; that means D. Robinson, but no Jaylen Brown, please. Team 1 gets first pick, Team 2 gets next two picks, and then back and forth from there until the current roster is depleted. I'll edit this thread with my picks if enough people play and after I do my draft picks.
C. Levert, Z. Irvin, D. Walton, S. Albrecht, R. Doyle, M. Donnal, A. Dawkins, M. Abdur-Rahkman, K. Chatman, D.J. Wilson, D. Robinson, A. Dakich, S. Lonergan, M. Wagner,
Team 1 (MAIZE):
Doyle, Walton, Dawkins, Robinson, Chatman, Wagner, Dakich
Team 2 (BLUE):
Levert, Irvin, Albrecht, Abdur-Rahkman, Donnal, Wilson, Lonergan
[edit: IMO, Maize team wins 5-7 times out of every 10 games played, because it's more well-rounded with proven quality at the 1 position and 5 position]
And then there were 4.