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  1. No, they’ve joined Gardner-Webb on the permanent do not play list
  2. A breakdown of Nevada's recruiting class: For Coleman, specifically: Tre Coleman Position: Small forward Size: 6-foot-7, 185 pounds School: Jeffersonville (Ind.) High 2018-19 stats: 16 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 2.5 apg, 2.0 spg, 2.1 bpg, 59 FG%, 38 3PT%, 65 FT% In short: Coleman took an official visit to Nevada in September but didn't publicly commit until signing day. He's the highest-rated player in the class, and the only one with a star rating on 247Sports, which lists him as three-star prospect and the No. 270-ranked player in the class. Rivals ranks Coleman as a three-star recruit while ESPN does not have a profile page for him. Coleman also had offers from Nebraska, New Orleans, Indiana State, Ball State, Duquesne , Kent State, IUPUI, Akron, Murray State, Miami (Ohio), Wisconsin-Green Bay, Western Michigan, Evansville, Mercer and Monmouth. Coleman is an athletic and strong wing player, which is an area of need for the Wolf Pack after this season. He's been a highly efficient and versatile player in high school, shooting at a high rate from the field and 3-point line while being a strong defender. http://nevadasportsnet.com/news/reporters/nevada-basketballs-class-of-2020-recruiting-tracker
  3. Since the hornets are already swirling around the nest, I thought I'd whack the hive with a different stick. Does Blake Wesley's official visit this weekend, which runs Friday through Sunday, mean anything regarding the report that Archie was supposed to meet with Garcia on Sunday?
  4. Yes, except in Garcia’s case the first visit was bad and he went back to confirm that he doesn’t want to go there.
  5. If I'm NCAA, I suspend both. Then I tell Memphis that we're currently planning our holiday party. Then we'll be redecorating our offices and will let them know in May.
  6. I know I'm not who you asked, but FWIW, since this was being teed up by Ostrom prior to the Marquette visit, it certainly doesn't feel like a last ditch effort. Seems to be part of the process as we get close to the end. I'm purely speculating, but I'm guessing its a really close call for Garcia.
  7. Even trying to set aside the Crimson colored glasses. If it's purely a basketball decision, IU seems like an easy choice. With Brunk and TJD, Garcia won't be asked to play in the interior against B1G bruisers at 6"11, 220. He would be deadly in the high post and in the corners. He would have a Junior Rob P feeding him. I just don't think Marquette will have anything close to that his freshman year. Then you throw in the intangibles of the chemistry with Leal and Galloway... But, if geography or a Jesuit education is more important to him and his family, then it will be Marquette. We'll all know by 11/20.
  8. Went back and looked in the thread. Apparently is was a late night, drunk, mis-title. Meant something like CMP needs to go.....back to the drawing board
  9. Agree about Edwards, but I think Cline is nearly as big a loss. That guy hit so many clutch daggers to end opposing runs and seal wins last year.
  10. Top 3 threads at GBI (not joking): 1) This Marquette team is not good 2) We suck 3) CMP must go
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