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Published: Thursday, April 28 2011 1:00 a.m. MDT

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Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

I'll bet Moe is really super happy.

Ogden Aggie
Ogden, UT

Seems like a great recruit. If he turns out to be anything like Spencer or Brady he will be another great addition to the team. I am feeling less and less concerned about next season, not that I ever expected anything less from Stew.

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Stew always does an amazing job of reloading. The seniors left some big holes in the program. USU will fill those holes and the Spectrum will rock again.

Go Big Blue!!!

Downey, ID

Southern Idaho JC is a member of the Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) not the Southwest Athletic Conference (SWAC).

Southern Idaho (29-4) are the present NJCAA National Basketball Champions.

Ogden, UT

Utah State provides a great pipeline for talent from Idaho. While this player will have to learn the USU system, it's significant that he had an outstanding high school career; comes from a strong program at CSI; got significant playing time as a freshman (including national tournament competition); is reputed to be a mature player and hard worker; and still has three years left.

Although he'll have to be smart and work hard to learn the Morrill doctrine and be properly assimilated, this sounds like a win-win situation. Another coup for Stew and the farm boys.

Idaho Falls, ID

I am still concerned that the Aggies don't have an outside shooter for next year. Great talent inside but you need the outside to open the inside.

Tropic, UT


Preston Medlin

Providence, UT

From everything I've seen and the people I've talked to Preston is set to light it up next year. Stew took a huge gamble redshirting him last year so Green could play and it payed off. An extra year of practicing with the team/maturing and now Preston is set to go off.

Idaho Falls, ID

Good to hear that the Aggies have one guard - How about #2?

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