Somehow BYU will still get blamed for this.
I suspect that this young man will end up at another school. Most likely in
time for the start of winter semester. Chances are also good that he will start
playing for his new school at the end fall semester next December. Which
school? Time will tell.
I must admit that until I read this headline I had no idea who this young man
was. This may seem like a silly or even inappropriate question because I know
nothing of his background, the high school he attended or anything else
relevant, but why would a supposed D-1 basketball school that struggles for
attention and recognition recruit a player who averaged 13 points a game his
senior year in HS?
ca reader, Just the fact that you think Utah State struggles for attention and
recognition, shows you have no idea about College Basketball. Feel free to do
your homework and check back later......after you know the facts. Bye now.
Where is he going - Wisconsin?
Ca reader...This is the strangest analogy ever...well maybe, "how can
that be my dog? My car is red" might be worse?I know the
players background...but at the heart of the problem is that Utah State should
never recruit players who score 13 points in high school... 12? Yes...
14? Of course... 13? Never!!
They should have offered Race Parsons from South Sevier. The whole package,
skills and heart!
indycrimson,This is exactly correct because, as everybody knows, 13 is an
Outsideview: Only if he transfers to BYU.