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RE: 2019 Men's Basketball Recruiting
(08-15-2018 08:19 PM)Tribeheart Wrote:  May not matter, but it is worth noting that Mt. St. Mary's was Beran's first D1 offer last summer, by over a month, and Julian appears to have been the lead (not Jamion), since VA was his territory. Beran's stated order of priorities: 1) academics, 2) relationships, 3) basketball. As Nathan says, "say it into being."

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Cool, so maybe Lebron will pick us

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(Yesterday 03:21 AM)Tribal Wrote:  Cool, so maybe Lebron will pick us

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We passed on Lebron. No room at the inn.

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