... right there with you ! I wish nothing but the best for all of the players we have the pleasure to watch Below the Lancaster-Dixon Line ... the young man has all of the tools and the size to get him where ever he wants to go ... looking forward to see his further development as a player ...PopeSnoopDogThe1st wrote: ↑Fri Oct 26, 2018 11:31 amhttps://www.facebook.com/16250857019/po ... 174287020/
Article about this Southern Ohio talent and great kid by Eleven Warriors.... I hope he sees great success at the next level and possibly beyond!!
At this stage schools will recruit on potential . He will need to progress to be a valuable access to a D1 school . If he works hard he has that chance . To be a good D1 player takes a lot work , skill and devotion . Right now he is a 7 ft High school player that SOULD dominate any game if he is being recruited by D1. My advice is take your time , visit as many schools as possible and find a right fit . Sometimes going to a high profile school is good for egos but self satisfaction and getting good minutes means more . Lots of schools will be interested in a 7 ft high school player but I have to say there are some 6'5 to 6'8 players that are wide bodies that can jump out of the Gym and they will get a lot of looks also . Looking forward to see how he does starting with a good Athens squad that should challenge Gallia .
In the amount of time that he will have before he has to decide where he wants to go, he will probably change his mind more than once. In the end, as long as he picks the Buckeyes, I'm fine with that. Lol
I would like to see him play at the next level. In my opinion, it doesn't matter where. I hope he takes a good scholarship offer, that pays for his education, gains an experience of a lifetime, and finds success in life at whatever he chooses to follow. Athletics are a huge part of teaching young men and women about life, hopefully we don't forget that along the way.
I have no idea. All I know was someone from band asked him if he had any favorites of the schools he had visited and he said yes. But they haven’t offered me a scholarship yet. They asked where and he said I don’t like to talk about that it will all work it’s way out. And then he asked the kid about some video game and the conversation changed. This was in line at the concessions stands at a football game.
That is what I said no inside knowledge.