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Darius Carter from Vincennes University. 6-7 forward that is long and very athletic. Dropped 32 pts and grabbed 21 boards with A&M coaches watching him. Love his film even if it's against JUCO competition.
Darius Carter is a 6 foot 7 230lb Forward out of Akron,Ohio
He can make a post move, and dunk without needing a running head start. Yeah, I think we could use someone like this
Very ominous beat
Sign him up
He can dunk?
One handed even!
are you sure we weren't there to see Deshawn Delaney or both? Delaney is a 6'5" wing player who is pretty heavily recruited. He's not a great 3 point shooter hitting only about 25% of his threes but he leads their team in scoring along with pulling down 8 rebounds per game from the perimeter which is outstanding. Looks like another agressive athletic kid from Chicago. Maybe our bigger Fabyon Harris. He can dunk too....
Deshawn Delaney is a 6'5 Forward 190 lb. from Chicago,Illinios
@KingJames Keep putting in that work lil cuz! @DCarter12_
Maybe both but definitely Carter
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I'm really liking this Delaney kid. As a freshman he averaged 18.7 pounts, 9.2 rebounds(4 offensive rebounds per game!), 2 blocks per game.
Not sure eutychus...possibly both. Just know that Ag coaches were in the building.
They're both the type of athletes this team desperately needs.
they also have 6'10" Uconn transfer Michael Bradley on their team. He was transferring to WKU last summer but the NCAA wouldn't clear him to play immediately so he went juco instead. He redshirted his first year at Uconn, broke his ankle last year and sat out again and only played 7 games in juco this year so he's probably not someone we would go after but we could use that size.
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