Discussion in 'UConn Men's Basketball' started by CallMeBruce, May 9, 2016.
How come every UConn target is a Louisville target?
Vice-Versa as well
The're using the Old Burger King strategy.
McDonakd's would spend the money doing location analysis before they added a store.
Burger King just found a location near McDonakds
Why the old UConn Logo?
Because it will always be the right one to use
Man, he really likes the northeast. Fairfield? WTF?
It's just a list of places that have offered him scholarships made by someone who isn't him...
Ah, that makes more sense.
Visiting Virginia & VCU
David duke is an unfortunate name.
Inb4 Palatine says David Duke is just misunderstood
Another crystal ball pick for the good guys.
I know 2018's a long ways off, but I think it's a pretty safe bet that this kid is the first recruit we'll lock up for that class.
It really is. What were his parents thinking? The bad David Duke was a prominent national figure well before their son was born...
seriously. You know your last name is Duke and you elect to name your child David? You could have picked any other generic name out there so he didn't have the same name as a former grand wizard. Some people man.
I was going for the more masculine version, but yes.
Personally, I would have gone with Archie so he could be Arch Duke
Nice shooting stroke! Reminds me some of Jeremy Lamb with soft touch and the release on his shot. Smooth too!
Would love to have this kid in a husky uniform. And if HamD commits to UConn and is a one and done, Reeves can step right in.
Video from Adidas circuit last month.
Also, can a mod change this tag to 2018 recruiting?
Wouldn't be surprised if he commits.
I would. That would be crazy early, even if he's basically a lock. If his visit coincided with MAL's I would consider it more of a possibility.
Hoping you're right though. This kid does a little bit of everything, and I remember first seeing him a couple of years ago as a lead guard (before he grew a few inches), so he should be a good fit for our offense.
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