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  1. the Blades

    the Blades Well-Known Member
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    6'2" 185lbs from St. Anthony HS (Bob Hurley Sr.), NJ who played at Nebraska before he transferred to the A-10


    Tarin Smith College Stats
     
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    30% career 3 point shooter. Yikes! Sounds like Antoine Anderson part 2 but maybe getting less minutes.
     
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    I hear Breden Adams is also going to at UCONN on an unofficial visit.
     
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    Evidently one more visitor. ( 6-7..210lb former 4 star per Rivals.com) Three year grad student from St. Johns whose career seems to have gone backwards.
    Was on All-BE FR team, (7.1 pts/ 5.3 rebs/2.5 blocks pg)..... last year as a JR only 12 min pg....(I guess he can play right away ???)

    Kassoum Yakwe College Stats


     
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    What happened to Yakwe after that freshman year at SJU which was SOLID??????
     
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