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Butler hires Lavall Jordan
06-15-2017 12:07 PM
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RE: Butler hires Lavall Jordan
Pretty cool that we have Mullin, Ewing, and now Jordan, as alums coaching Big East teams.
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RE: Butler hires Lavall Jordan
Lavall picked up his first big commit today in the form of Duke transfer Jordan Tucker. Shores up a lackluster initial recruiting class so far while Jordan establishes a track record and (theoretically) gives them a young guy who should be able to carry a heavy load on offense down the line. Beat out Georgetown for him. As a New York kid, seems like if he was transferring out of the ACC he wanted to play in the Big East for the NYC connection, even if he wasn't at SJ or Seton Hall.
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