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Mavric    10,362

2017 Minnesota prospects Goanar Mar, Jack Hutchinson and Jack Sorenson will visit #Nebrasketball this weekend, per @RyanJamesMN.




Goanar Mar is most notable of weekend visitors. 6-7 PF w/ Iowa St offer, interest from IND, Mich, Ohio St, MN, Wisc, Purdue, Gonzaga, Xavier


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Mavric    10,362

All three 2015 commits - Ed Morrow, Glynn Watson and Michael Jacobson - are expected to sign tomorrow on the first day of the early signing period.

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Minnesota_husker    1,172

This must mean someone is gone!

Sipple thinks TP will leave.

 

I think it might be Hammond or even Fuller.

 

I know many dont think Fuller will leave but I am just not sold about his or even Benny Parkers place on this team for next season.

 

 

Benny wont leave, but he might struggle for minutes.

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This must mean someone is gone!

Sipple thinks TP will leave.

 

I think it might be Hammond or even Fuller.

 

I know many dont think Fuller will leave but I am just not sold about his or even Benny Parkers place on this team for next season.

 

 

Benny wont leave, but he might struggle for minutes.

 

If Petteway stays, I could see Fuller leaving as he will get very little playing time next year.

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Hedley Lamarr    2,787

Sounds like someone is already gone and he is coming to NE. I found a few short films, nice ball handling skills for a big guy, good range (but likes to drive & dunk) and he hustles.

Edwards and Marrow would be a pretty good haul in the post for 1 class

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Minnesota_husker    1,172

2 visitors today - Michael Edwards, a 6-foot-10, 225-pound power forward, and Bakari Evelyn, a 6-2, 175-pound point guard.

Edwards has had crazy levels of interest as of late.

 

Evelyn is an unknown at this time without any major offers. I think UTEP is biggest competition--apparently he is a 3 star on scout--unranked elsewhere.

 

 

Not sure how sold I am on Bakari, but could use depth at the PG position.

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BIG ERN    1,105

Bakari is from Detroit area and then moved to AZ for his senior year which is why he is flying more so under the radar.

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2 visitors today - Michael Edwards, a 6-foot-10, 225-pound power forward, and Bakari Evelyn, a 6-2, 175-pound point guard.

Edwards has had crazy levels of interest as of late.

 

Evelyn is an unknown at this time without any major offers. I think UTEP is biggest competition--apparently he is a 3 star on scout--unranked elsewhere.

 

 

Not sure how sold I am on Bakari, but could use depth at the PG position.

 

I seen him listed at 5'10" 150 and now he is 6'2". Maybe he is a late bloomer and an under the radar player. At this point, he does not have an offer from us.

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Comish    363

Any word on our visitors?

Yes, I was wondering about this as well.

I have heard nothing.........not even the usual gratuitous prater about being "blown away by the facilities", etc.

???

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Huskball    58

Does anyone know what other big guys we are going after at the moment because we are in a desperate need for bigs?

 

The only other one that has been mentioned so far is:

 

Providence transfer Tyler Harris (he has Neb in his Top 10)

 

*He wants to have all the coaches from his Top 10 do in-house visits with him and then he'll decide where to take his officials. So let's hope we have an unknown Plan C.

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Comish    363

 

Does anyone know what other big guys we are going after at the moment because we are in a desperate need for bigs?

 

The only other one that has been mentioned so far is:

 

Providence transfer Tyler Harris (he has Neb in his Top 10)

 

*He wants to have all the coaches from his Top 10 do in-house visits with him and then he'll decide where to take his officials. So let's hope we have an unknown Plan C.

 

Wow..........sounds like he wants a coronation; that seems pretty unusual doesn't it?

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HuskermanMike    330

Okay so at the beginning of the year we had this seven foot guy(can't remember the name) and he was number 53 in the first team picture of the year(Walt was standing to his right in the pic).Then he wasn't on the team, is he maybe coming back or is he gone for good?

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Minnesota_husker    1,172

Okay so at the beginning of the year we had this seven foot guy(can't remember the name) and he was number 53 in the first team picture of the year(Walt was standing to his right in the pic).Then he wasn't on the team, is he maybe coming back or is he gone for good?

He was a walk on from France i believe. I dont think he ever qualified or he just decided he didnt want to play basketball.

 

He would never have played anyways.

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Haspula    759

Gill has to sit, right? He would be a nice pick up.

Rafael could play right away but...might end up just being a body.

Rafael will still be a massive upgrade over Moses Abraham

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Hedley Lamarr    2,787

 

 

Gill has to sit, right? He would be a nice pick up.

Rafael could play right away but...might end up just being a body.

Rafael will still be a massive upgrade over Moses Abraham

Yep

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