JoshuaG

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  1. Mack drafted by the Colts

    Mack is listed by NFL.com as one of the day 3 players projected to make an early impact.
  2. Perhaps Mack Should have Stayed?

    He will either go 4th or 5th and make good enough money to justify the jump
  3. USF men's hoops roster evolving

    And he averaged like 17 pts per game. The kid could shoot but never had the opportunity to settle on the court. He was a decent player at a position filled with the same, plus CAJ
  4. Head Coach Basketball

    What happens when we fill all these roster spots and can't bring in new recruits? And, being critical, I haven't seen an abundance of local offers either.
  5. USF men's hoops roster evolving

    Truth be told many of the recruits fCOA brought in were good recruits. Reuben never progressed though, Jaleel progressed but we only got one season of the better him, and we had no point guards because they never made it to campus (Feliz, Canty). We had good recruits, but fCOA could not get them to the next level. Montero, Feliz, Canty, Baxter all never made it to campus and would have helped greatly. Peters had to be a...difficult case of course. It feels like COA took some swings and chances to get high risk, high reward players but was unlucky in several cases and just couldn't build his players up in other cases.
  6. USF men's hoops roster evolving

    I realized after I read the reply that it read more negatively than I meant. I messed up Geno because he is "graduate transferring" now and I believe Angel Nunez was a graduate transfer as well.
  7. USF men's hoops roster evolving

    Firstly, he shot for 39% at Penn State. So not a COA problem. Even though everything appears to be. Secondly, I thought he did very well for us. My, "we saw how that worked out", wasn't meant to be negative as I believe he was as standout as it gets for us. I've mentioned how our grad transfers have actually been work horses for us in the best of ways. Sorry for the misunderstanding
  8. USF men's hoops roster evolving

    On 36% shooting. But Geno came over with a similar percentage and we saw how that worked out.
  9. Another one Bites The Dust

    Is it stupid to believe a coach when he says I'm committed to this school, this program, and my players? I'm not going to call them an out right liar, but as you said, in fairness if one can leave than the other should be able to as well
  10. Another one Bites The Dust

    I think if a kid has done what he needs to do to graduate, and wants to play ball somewhere else, why punish him and say no? Grad transfers play hard at their new school more times than not, have actually finished their degree, and are seeking an opportunity to feel the game at the college level for the last time. I don't see that they should be restrained. For the normal transfer, I feel that the chance to lose a student keeps the relationship between student and coach honest. If a student feels like they aren't in a good situation then they should be capable to make that decision.
  11. Another one Bites The Dust

    He said he wanted players here that wanted to be here above all else. It's possible he is ok with the losses in the same vein.
  12. Another one Bites The Dust

    Let's just buy billboards all over Tampa begging Kevin Knox to stay and play in Tampa. Fool proof.
  13. Transfer that we need to come home

    I would have thought that he would have to sit out the following eligible school year, not a running calendar year. The nuances of this are killing me.
  14. Transfer that we need to come home

    Thank you for the link and the education.
  15. Transfer that we need to come home

    I have been trying to find a transfer rule resource for the AAC but I haven't. What I have read suggests that he will have to sit out a year and potentially then lose a year of eligibility on the back end. That being said, reports from McBuckets stated that he would be eligible to play for SMU by December of 2017. This may be because he transitioned to a JUCO school after leaving us but I can not be certain. If Juwan wanted to transfer to us but had to sit for 2 years after, I would find that very strange.