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Discussion in 'Men’s Basketball' started by dadrivr, May 19, 2017.
Welcome to Texas, Gerald!
I think that's fun for Liddell and Sterns. Imagine being friends (or just acquaintances) from the same high school and being some of the top dogs in two different sports walking around the University of Texas. Good for them!
6'7, 230 PF from South Carolina
No wonder he's called Zion. He jumps all the way to heaven on those monster dunks! OMG. That kid is UN-BE-LIEV-ABLE.
Wow. Get outta the way!
Wow, Shaka has this recruiting thing down!
that dunk at :15 seconds was pro style. a real man's dunk.
Jaxson Hayes announces today at 2:30
From among us, Kentucky, Xavier, Butler and Georgetown
hope that CB comes true!!
Looks like Jaxson committed!
Shaka beat out Kentucky here
Another good pic + an article about him
"..... Hayes actually met Smart years ago when the coach was at VCU and the player was way younger, and way shorter. Hayes actually has a picture taken with Smart on the court after the game.
“It was pretty funny because we were about the same height then,” said Hayes with a laugh when asked about he and Smart discussing the photo now.
One of the most intriguing prospects in the 2018 class, Hayes, who is listed at 6-10 but is probably 6-11, saw his stock begin to soar in July. High-major programs soon jumped into the mix as Hayes’s rare blend of size, length, and skill caught the attention of college coaches. A product of Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hayes’s background prior to his growth spurt shows in his game, and has now led to him becoming one of the nation’s biggest risers....."
Welcome to Texas, Jaxson!
Austin Westlake's Brock Cunningham and Cibolo Steele's Gerald Liddell at a weekend tourney
Slam covered the Liddell story
2018 5-Star Guard Keldon Johnson cut it down to five teams -- Texas, Maryland, Kentucky, NC State and Florida State.
Texas: “I have a great relationship with coach [Shaka] Smart and coach [Mike] Morrell, which goes a long way. They think I can come in and have the chance to start right away; they can help me get to where I want to go.”
Per 247, he is the No. 14 overall player and the No. 2 SG. He took OVs to Texas (Sept. 1), NC State (Sept. 8), Kentucky (Sept. 15), and Maryland (Sept. 29). He has 12 CBs, 50% to Kentucky and 33% to Texas
He just pushed his decision back into November. The thought is that he might be waiting on whether another 5* is going to pick UK
A few highlights here
2019 PG De’Vion Harmon
We just landed 2018 4-star PF Kamaka Hepa:
Kamaka has some serious game!!
Vwelcome to Texas, Kamaka!