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Published: Saturday, June 16 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Professor Reno
Reno/Washoe, NV

"If the NBA doesn't pan out, Hartsock will look to play international hoops. He already has an offer on the table with a team from Belgium and has received interest from Spanish and German squads."

Good for him.

He's a great shooter for a big man.

Chris Degn
Seoul, Korea

Good luck to you, Noah. I'm an instant fan of whatever team you wind up on, NBA or otherwise. Thanks for your contributions to our alma mater. And God bless you and your family in your future endeavors!

Provo, UT

I love to watch Hartsock play. He's not just a great shooter for a big man, he's usually pretty smart about the shots he takes.


I typically hate everything BYU but I can't help but like Noah Hartsock as a person. He just seems like a really nice guy. :)

Bountiful, UT

Hartsock was the heart and soul of the BYU basketball program the last few years -- yes that includes Jimmer and Jackson. He was absolutely nails whenever BYU needed a tough bucket or a key rebound. Loved watching him play.

Salt Lake City, UT

Best wishes Noah. You're a credit to everything you've touched.

West Jordan, UT

UU32- Nice try acting like a NH fan to take a dig at Jimmer & Jackson. That 47 he dropped in front of the 3000 faithful U fans at the HC must STILL hurt. I was there and I saw your faces, you'll never recover.

Noah was a true leader on that team last year, but the year before, we all know who the "heart and soul" was.

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