NU crashes to reality in Minnesota lossNorthwestern falls to Minnesota, 24-17Good Cat, Bad Cat: MinnesotaMcEvilly granted sixth year of eligibilityHenry needs to be "the best safety he can be"
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beeninpumas wrote: Nice.  Keep the momentum going now let's add a power forward and an athletic slasher to this class.
And that is precisely what the coaches are looking to do. Tavaras Hardy was out in San Francisco scouting a power forward yesterday.]]>
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 Can a really smart and talented, but not freakish 6'-6" 225 lb. athlete make it at the 4 spot in the Big Ten? Does the Princeton offense and a good dose of zone defenses make it more likely a shorter power player with Meyer's versatility and abilities can help us go dancing? I think so. We're not exactly at the forefront of the kid's recruitment. Nevada and Cal and ASU have all offered and been on him for a while. But we have everything this future valedictorian could be looking for academically. And unless Stanford offers we should have a good shot if we offer.

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GOUNUII wrote: ... kid and a very good basketball talent. If he were 6'-8" and had greater exposure, he would be a top 50 player in the country. Great stroke from beyond the arc, great hops and a physical presence in the paint who is willing to bang. In other words, he can score from the baseline to beyond the arc. But he's 6'-6", and maybe a tad shorter.

 Can a really smart and talented, but not freakish 6'-6" 225 lb. athlete make it at the 4 spot in the Big Ten? Does the Princeton offense and a good dose of zone defenses make it more likely a shorter power player with Meyer's versatility and abilities can help us go dancing? I think so. We're not exactly at the forefront of the kid's recruitment. Nevada and Cal and ASU have all offered and been on him for a while. But we have everything this future valedictorian could be looking for academically. And unless Stanford offers we should have a good shot if we offer.

 GOUNUII

There aren't many Charles Barkley's (6'6'' power forward) out there, but Luke Harangody (6'7'') was very effective at ND.]]>
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