"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
Rivals updated basketball recruit rankings
Is Shabazz Muhammad of Muslim descent?
The Irish is on his mother's side.
Is the Pope Catholic?
If no one's around does it still make a sound?
Is Jihad Rasheed of Muslim decent?
I'm pretty sure that names sounds Korean.
Does the Pope shit in the woods?
i thought the saying went is the pope a nazi?
its really hard to tell based on the name..for example both ragib ismail and musin muhammed are not muslims.
All of Michigan State's commits are ranked behind Nick Stauskas. I guess Tom Izzo can't recruit like Coach B.
And if I counted correctly, the third and sixth best big ten recruits. Hopefully soon to be 1, 4, and 7.
We just have to hope that they don't land Gary Harris
And we have to hope that we do land Mcgary!
He's a great basketball player, but he's also a one and done player too. I don't want Michigan to turn into Kentucky and Kansas, etc.
One year of McGary is better than 95% of other recruits.
He has one-and-done type talent, but that doesn't he will leave after a year. Sullinger and Harrison Barnes were considered to be a consensus one-and-dones, but they came back.
And thats pretty much unanimous for all the scouting services....which makes it that much better.
And if you buy into the hype, listen to Stauskas talk about his game, or watch some video, or any of the above, Stauskas is vastly underrated at this point. Most people I have heard say he played noticeably better than his two 5-star teammates at St. Mark's last year, Alex Murphy, who enrolled early at Duke and will be a freshman this year, and Kaleb Tarczewski (sp?), who is considered a heavy lean to Kansas.
no, its a U.S. southern descent
have a beard?
Is Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf of Muslim descent?
He wasn't until he changed his name from Chris Jackson, at which point he developed a new genome.
/Islam is a religion, not an ethnicity
/I'm the asshole who ruins jokes by explaining them