2019 Recruiting: Jaylin Hunter

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He’s a low major player. Would 100% welcome him as a walk-on who gets spot minutes since he wouldn’t take up a scholly but would not blame him if he wanted to go to another school that he would play more
 
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He'll be a walk on next year. Info is a few months old, but that was the plan not long ago. He'll also be the best walk-on we've had outside of Drummond, most likely. He's a very, very solid player. I doubt he plays much, but he'll get minutes.
 

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He'll be a walk on next year. Info is a few months old, but that was the plan not long ago. He'll also be the best walk-on we've had outside of Drummond, most likely. He's a very, very solid player. I doubt he plays much, but he'll get minutes.
Perhaps an R.J. Evans-type role?
 
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He'll be a walk on next year. Info is a few months old, but that was the plan not long ago. He'll also be the best walk-on we've had outside of Drummond, most likely. He's a very, very solid player. I doubt he plays much, but he'll get minutes.
Whoa, that's cool. Since his Dad is a UConn employee, he won't have to pay tuition, right? Pretty good situation.
 
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His twitter follows give me the impression that he will be a walk-on for UConn next season. It's also his senior year and I see nothing about him taking visits anywhere.

 
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He'll be a walk on next year. Info is a few months old, but that was the plan not long ago. He'll also be the best walk-on we've had outside of Drummond, most likely. He's a very, very solid player. I doubt he plays much, but he'll get minutes.
EJ Harrison was a walk on and played significant minutes on 1999 team. Kid was a player and quick as hell.
 
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Started at PG and was 2nd on the team in scoring for OSA one of the better AAU teams in the country. Kid can obviously ball, I bet he competes for minutes.
 
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Whoa, that's cool. Since his Dad is a UConn employee, he won't have to pay tuition, right? Pretty good situation.
?? UConn gives free tuition to students of faculty? Whoa, nice....!
 
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?? UConn gives free tuition to students of faculty? Whoa, nice....!
Yeah! My father in-law is a professor at UConn and my wife went for free. I guess I’m not totally sure the same applies for the children of Assistant Men’s Basketball coaches though..
 
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Not just faculty in the 90’s. All full time employees. Not sure how it is now. I had a couple friends that had parents working there in other capacities and they were tuition free.
 
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Whoa, I've actually never heard of any other school that does that. I'm sure there are some.
 
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The more guards the better. Especially those that don’t take up a scholarship.
And we’re going to need a PG. We’re replacing a true PG and a combo with a combo and a wing. Our only other true PG on the team AG had not played a full season of basketball in 3 years coming into this season. I actually think Hunter can find minutes year one.
 
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I believe it covers tuition but not room, board or student fees.
Yep, this is correct.

Also, my personal example isn’t from the 90’s lol. UConn class of 2014!
 
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