Ridiculous amount of talent in our recruiting area this year. These schools we have already recruited from heavily.
#7 simeon Wilcher - Roselle Catholic
#20 Jacoi Hutchinson - Dematha
#44 Aaron Bradshaw - Roselle
#45 Deshawn Harris Smith - Paul VI
Plus other kids in our recruiting footprint...
Tyrese Martin, UConn: Like Cole, Martin will have an immediate impact for the Huskies next season. The 6-6 wing averaged 12.8 points and 7.1 rebounds last year at Rhode Island and should flourish under Dan Hurley. Martin initially committed to play for Hurley in the Atlantic 10 before Hurley...
They don't always. Some kids have offers that outstrip their rankings (especially early on), and you know they're going to be a real talent at the college level. Usually just means their NBA potential is low.
2022 is going to be a s-show as far as the ranking services go. They're already not superb after the top 20 or so players, but how are you supposed to differentiate between high schoolers that have never played each other? Practically impossible in a good year. Definitely impossible now.
"Unlike Wright and some others, Moore stayed to the bitter end around 12:30 a.m. before driving back to UConn for a practice the next morning. "
On the 7 overtime game. Our staff will absolutely not be outworked. Tom is the PERFECT assistant for this program. So experienced, willing to play...
Similar position. We'll have quite a bit of room though--only Jordan Hawkins and Andre will be on the wing at that point. And hopefully Andre will be in the league by the time any 2022 recruits enroll. We should be reloading at the 2/3 spot in 2022. Tons of playing time to offer, and after a...
Tbh I don't have many. I just know when I was researching ovens, I realized I need a blueprint or this is going to go horribly haha.
Neapolitan ovens like I have are built with a shallower roof so they get hotter. A lot will depend on your style of pizza and temperature you cook at
A lot of factord go into crappy brick pizzas. Mostly on the chef in my experience.
Dome angle and size, type of brick (particularly underneath the pie), placement of the fire. Biggest hiccup for me was finding the right bricks so the dome could be 900 or so and the floor would stay at 725 750ish.