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(04-02-2021 09:07 PM)LopesUp Wrote:  
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(04-02-2021 08:50 PM)LopesUp Wrote:  Two former 4 stars in two days commit to GCU. Both have dealt with injuries and limited playing time.

Former ASU Top 100 Forward
Taeshon Cherry

Former Louisville Top 100 Center
Aidan Igiehon

Yes, but the potential is there. As much as I hate to admit it, Drew appears more willing to develop his young talent than Jans what we are currently seeing at NMSU. Any word on whether any of your seniors are returning for another season?
Sean Miller Moore is the only one returning. I know Lever recently signed with an agent. Midgard is getting married and probably did enough to get a nice pro deal overseas.


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(03-29-2021 10:19 AM)FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992 Wrote:  I thought this new GCU coach was going to start signing all them five and four star recruits. What happen?

So far Drew has landed 3 players in this covid19 reality that are 4Star+...

In my best Frank impression, Just wait till covid19 isn't a big issue anymore and see what Drew and GCU do. Bright future ahead better get sunglasses if you are the rest of the lame azz WAC...

I think I nailed my Frank impression. 02-13-banana
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(04-03-2021 12:05 PM)Lopes87 Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 10:19 AM)FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992 Wrote:  I thought this new GCU coach was going to start signing all them five and four star recruits. What happen?

So far Drew has landed 3 players in this covid19 reality that are 4Star+...

In my best Frank impression, Just wait till covid19 isn't a big issue anymore and see what Drew and GCU do. Bright future ahead better get sunglasses if you are the rest of the lame azz WAC...

I think I nailed my Frank impression. 02-13-banana


GCU still not signing four and five star kids out of high school. Of course any mid-major can land a four-star or five-star transfer. Do what NMSU did when they signed Herb Pope who was a five-star recruit before signing with NMSU in November of 2006. That's what I'm talking about. GCU can't do that.
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After seeing the four-star kids fail at NMSU, I'm starting to think I'll rather have Zach Lofton type transfers. It's why I'm more excited about getting Marvin Johnson who has NMSU in his final four.



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(04-03-2021 06:00 PM)FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992 Wrote:  After seeing the four-star kids fail at NMSU, I'm starting to think I'll rather have Zach Lofton type transfers. It's why I'm more excited about getting Marvin Johnson who has NMSU in his final four.




He's nice. Looks like a bigger Ja Morant.
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Marvin Johnson has told NMSU/Jans no once before will he do it again?
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We will see what Jans puts together with the Aggie roster during this off-season. I'm of the mindset that Jans intentionally release most of his players (to look elsewhere) because I think he realized the chemistry of this Aggie team was not good. He had too many players with holes in their game. So, he is currently recalibrating his roster with players who (fit) are more adaptable to his system.
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(04-03-2021 05:57 PM)FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992 Wrote:  
(04-03-2021 12:05 PM)Lopes87 Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 10:19 AM)FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992 Wrote:  I thought this new GCU coach was going to start signing all them five and four star recruits. What happen?

So far Drew has landed 3 players in this covid19 reality that are 4Star+...

In my best Frank impression, Just wait till covid19 isn't a big issue anymore and see what Drew and GCU do. Bright future ahead better get sunglasses if you are the rest of the lame azz WAC...

I think I nailed my Frank impression. 02-13-banana


GCU still not signing four and five star kids out of high school. Of course any mid-major can land a four-star or five-star transfer. Do what NMSU did when they signed Herb Pope who was a five-star recruit before signing with NMSU in November of 2006. That's what I'm talking about. GCU can't do that.

With these comments, it almost like a "tough guy" draw a line in the sand and daring a person to cross it. And, as each time a person steps over the line, that "tough guy" then draws a new line in the sand and dares again. At some point the dares will ring hallow. GCU is a young D1 program that is well on it way to becoming the new bully on the block. They will eventually meet every threshold Aggie fans might set. We (Aggie fans in general) need to stop talking about what we have done in the past as if makes a difference with what's going on today. We can use our past to project our future. But it has little to do with what other WAC programs will do as they move forward. Eventually, GCU will sign a 4 or 5 star recruit out of HS. In the grander scheme of things, it has little to do with how good a program is or will become; as NMSU signed 5-star Herb Pope and watched him transfer after one season. NMSU went on to win WAC championships without him. It's not about signing a 5-star recruit; its about the ones who take the court and what happens as a result. 4-star Marcus Watson gained us nothing. 4-star CJ Roberts gained nothing. Two star recruit Ivan Aurrecoecha bought us two championship. So stop drawing lines in the sand.
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(04-04-2021 07:51 PM)NMSUPistolPete Wrote:  
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(04-03-2021 12:05 PM)Lopes87 Wrote:  [quote='FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992' pid='17355855' dateline='1617031163']
I thought this new GCU coach was going to start signing all them five and four star recruits. What happen?

So far Drew has landed 3 players in this covid19 reality that are 4Star+...

In my best Frank impression, Just wait till covid19 isn't a big issue anymore and see what Drew and GCU do. Bright future ahead better get sunglasses if you are the rest of the lame azz WAC...

I think I nailed my Frank impression. 02-13-banana


GCU still not signing four and five star kids out of high school. Of course any mid-major can land a four-star or five-star transfer. Do what NMSU did when they signed Herb Pope who was a five-star recruit before signing with NMSU in November of 2006. That's what I'm talking about. GCU can't do that.

With these comments, it almost like a "tough guy" draw a line in the sand and daring a person to cross it. And, as each time a person steps over the line, that "tough guy" then draws a new line in the sand and dares again. At some point the dares will ring hallow. GCU is a young D1 program that is well on it way to becoming the new bully on the block. They will eventually meet every threshold Aggie fans might set. We (Aggie fans in general) need to stop talking about what we have done in the past as if makes a difference with what's going on today. We can use our past to project our future. But it has little to do with what other WAC programs will do as they move forward. Eventually, GCU will sign a 4 or 5 star recruit out of HS. In the grander scheme of things, it has little to do with how good a program is or will become; as NMSU signed 5-star Herb Pope and watched him transfer after one season. NMSU went on to win WAC championships without him. It's not about signing a 5-star recruit; its about the ones who take the court and what happens as a result. 4-star Marcus Watson gained us nothing. 4-star CJ Roberts gained nothing. Two star recruit Ivan Aurrecoecha bought us two championship. So stop drawing lines in the sand.

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(04-03-2021 12:05 PM)Lopes87 Wrote:  [quote='FINALFOUR1970SWEETSIXTEEN1992' pid='17355855' dateline='1617031163']

GCU still not signing four and five star kids out of high school. Of course any mid-major can land a four-star or five-star transfer. Do what NMSU did when they signed Herb Pope who was a five-star recruit before signing with NMSU in November of 2006. That's what I'm talking about. GCU can't do that.

With these comments, it almost like a "tough guy" draw a line in the sand and daring a person to cross it. And, as each time a person steps over the line, that "tough guy" then draws a new line in the sand and dares again. At some point the dares will ring hallow. GCU is a young D1 program that is well on it way to becoming the new bully on the block. They will eventually meet every threshold Aggie fans might set. We (Aggie fans in general) need to stop talking about what we have done in the past as if makes a difference with what's going on today. We can use our past to project our future. But it has little to do with what other WAC programs will do as they move forward. Eventually, GCU will sign a 4 or 5 star recruit out of HS. In the grander scheme of things, it has little to do with how good a program is or will become; as NMSU signed 5-star Herb Pope and watched him transfer after one season. NMSU went on to win WAC championships without him. It's not about signing a 5-star recruit; its about the ones who take the court and what happens as a result. 4-star Marcus Watson gained us nothing. 4-star CJ Roberts gained nothing. Two star recruit Ivan Aurrecoecha bought us two championship. So stop drawing lines in the sand.

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I still think NMSU will have a strong team (a WAC Championship contender) next season based on our history and our coach. But that has little to do with what other WAC programs will be doing in the off-season.

You like Frank are a bit of an instigator.
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(04-04-2021 08:39 PM)NMSUPistolPete Wrote:  
(04-04-2021 07:59 PM)Itinerant Texan Wrote:  
(04-04-2021 07:51 PM)NMSUPistolPete Wrote:  
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GCU still not signing four and five star kids out of high school. Of course any mid-major can land a four-star or five-star transfer. Do what NMSU did when they signed Herb Pope who was a five-star recruit before signing with NMSU in November of 2006. That's what I'm talking about. GCU can't do that.

With these comments, it almost like a "tough guy" draw a line in the sand and daring a person to cross it. And, as each time a person steps over the line, that "tough guy" then draws a new line in the sand and dares again. At some point the dares will ring hallow. GCU is a young D1 program that is well on it way to becoming the new bully on the block. They will eventually meet every threshold Aggie fans might set. We (Aggie fans in general) need to stop talking about what we have done in the past as if makes a difference with what's going on today. We can use our past to project our future. But it has little to do with what other WAC programs will do as they move forward. Eventually, GCU will sign a 4 or 5 star recruit out of HS. In the grander scheme of things, it has little to do with how good a program is or will become; as NMSU signed 5-star Herb Pope and watched him transfer after one season. NMSU went on to win WAC championships without him. It's not about signing a 5-star recruit; its about the ones who take the court and what happens as a result. 4-star Marcus Watson gained us nothing. 4-star CJ Roberts gained nothing. Two star recruit Ivan Aurrecoecha bought us two championship. So stop drawing lines in the sand.

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I still think NMSU will have a strong team (a WAC Championship contender) next season based on our history and our coach. But that has little to do with what other WAC programs will be doing in the off-season.

You like Frank are a bit of an instigator.
Agreed. Plus the Aggies are the team to beat until some other school can dethrone them multiple times. I hope GCU is not a one and done wonder like CSUB was, but we could be. Time will tell.
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(04-04-2021 09:08 PM)DZ1 Wrote:  
(04-04-2021 08:39 PM)NMSUPistolPete Wrote:  
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GCU still not signing four and five star kids out of high school. Of course any mid-major can land a four-star or five-star transfer. Do what NMSU did when they signed Herb Pope who was a five-star recruit before signing with NMSU in November of 2006. That's what I'm talking about. GCU can't do that.

With these comments, it almost like a "tough guy" draw a line in the sand and daring a person to cross it. And, as each time a person steps over the line, that "tough guy" then draws a new line in the sand and dares again. At some point the dares will ring hallow. GCU is a young D1 program that is well on it way to becoming the new bully on the block. They will eventually meet every threshold Aggie fans might set. We (Aggie fans in general) need to stop talking about what we have done in the past as if makes a difference with what's going on today. We can use our past to project our future. But it has little to do with what other WAC programs will do as they move forward. Eventually, GCU will sign a 4 or 5 star recruit out of HS. In the grander scheme of things, it has little to do with how good a program is or will become; as NMSU signed 5-star Herb Pope and watched him transfer after one season. NMSU went on to win WAC championships without him. It's not about signing a 5-star recruit; its about the ones who take the court and what happens as a result. 4-star Marcus Watson gained us nothing. 4-star CJ Roberts gained nothing. Two star recruit Ivan Aurrecoecha bought us two championship. So stop drawing lines in the sand.

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I still think NMSU will have a strong team (a WAC Championship contender) next season based on our history and our coach. But that has little to do with what other WAC programs will be doing in the off-season.

You like Frank are a bit of an instigator.
Agreed. Plus the Aggies are the team to beat until some other school can dethrone them multiple times. I hope GCU is not a one and done wonder like CSUB was, but we could be. Time will tell.

With GCU's recent recruiting. It looks like they are preparing for an encore. But time will tell. NMSU and SFA are historically strong programs and they both have very good head coaches, needless to say, the rest of the WAC is ramping up as well i.e. Abilene Christian, Cal Baptist, Utah Valley etc... The NLI day is just over a week away and we have a long hot recruiting summer ahead. So there is bound to be some really big signings by a lot of WAC schools along the way.
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Time for an update.

Signees and Commitments to date...

Abilene Christian

JaSean Jackson... 6'1... 165... HS... San Antonio, TX... Karen J. Wagner HS (Verbal)


California Baptist

Keanu Rasmussen...6'2... Wgt... HS... Adelaide, South Australia... Centre of Excellence (Signed)‎
Taran Armstrong... 6'5... 180... HS... Burnie, Australia... NBA Global Academy at the Australian Institute of Sport (Signed)


Chicago State

Jincho Rivera... 6'5... 195... HS... Santa Maria, CA... St. Joseph High School (Signed)
Benjamin Agwu Eme...6'8... 220... JC... Umuahia, Nigeria... Eastern Florida State College/Standard International Secondary School... (Verbal)
Teddy Bayi Ba Mandeng... 6'9... 200... JC... Paris, France... Lycée Technologique et Professionnel Jean Rose/St. Petersburg College... (Verbal)


Dixie State

Noa Gonsalves... 6'1... 165... HS... Lehi, UT... Lehi Highschool (Signed)
Isaac Finlinson... 6'6... Wgt... HS... St George, UT... Dixie HS... (Verbal)
Dancell Leter... 6'8... 200... JC... Paramaribo, Suriname... HAVO/Odessa College...(Verbal)


Grand Canyon

Jalen Blackmon... 6'3... 177... HS... Marion, IN... Marion HS (Signed)
Kobe Knox... 6'6... 177... HS... Tampa, FL... Bosco HS (Signed)
Isaiah Shaw... 6'7... 170... HS... Nashville, TN... PHHoenix Prep (Signed)
Taeshon Cherry... 6'8... 215... JR... San Diego, CA... Arizona State/Foothills Christian HS... (Transfer)
Aidan Igiehon... 6'10... 245... SO... Dublin, Ireland... Louisville/Lawrence Woodmere Academy... (Transfer)


Lamar University

Avontez Ledet... 6'3... 156... HS... Breaux Bridge, LA... Cecilia HS... (Signed)
Brock McClure... 6'6... 194... HS... Lumberton, TX... Lumberton HS... (Signed)


New Mexico State

Mario McKinney Jr.... 6'2... 185... SO... Saint Louis, MO... Vashon High School/John A. Logan College... (Verbal)
Nate Pryor... 6'4... 175... JR... Seattle, WA... Washington/North Idaho College/Elite Sports Academy... (Transfer)
Kiran Oliver... 6'4... 185... HS... Chicago, IL... PHHoenix Prep (Signed)
Ishan White... 6'7... 215... JC... St. Stephen, SC... Polk State/Berkeley HS (Signed)


Sam Houston State

Damon Nicholas Jr.... 6'4... 170... HS... Duncanville, TX... Duncanville HS... (Signed)


Seattle University

Brody Nunn... 6'1... 170... HS... Melbourne, Australia... Haileybury (Signed)
Clancy Bird... 6'9... 200... HS... Sydney, Australia... St. Augustine's College... (Verbal)


Southern Utah

Braden Housley... 6'3... 165... HS... Lehi, UT... Skyridge HS... (Verbal - LDS Mission until 2022-23)
Anthony Swift... 6'6... 180... HS... Las Vegas, NV... Southern California Academy... (Verbal)


Stephen F. Austin

Coban Porter... 6'3... 170... HS... Columbia, MO... Link Year Preparatory School... (Signed)
Derrick Tezeno... 6'4... 188... HS... Lebeau, LA... North Central HS... (Verbal)


Tarleton State

Tayton Conerway... 6'3... 175... JC... Burleson, TX... Grayson College/Centennial HS (Signed)
Terrance Jones... 6'3... Wgt... JC... Fairless Hills, PA... Eastern Wyoming College/The Patrick School... (Verbal)
Ja’Mais Werts... 6'6... 170... HS... Richmond, VA... Monacan HS... (Verbal)
Aseem Luckey... 6'9...Wgt... JC... Philadelphia, PA... Grayson College/Lincoln HS (Signed)


UT Rio Grande Valley


Utah Valley

Ethan Potter... 6'8... 205... HS... Layton, UT... Layton HS (Signed - LDS Mission until 2023-24)
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Tarleton State picked up a commitment...

Lloyer Driggs, 5'11, 167, PG, HS... Ammon, ID (Thunder Ridge HS)... He's a shooter!




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Lamar beat out SFA for Austin Peay transfer Jordyn Adams, a 6'4, 200, Sophomore; He was the 2020 OVC Freshman of the Year. Interestingly enough, he did not follow Matt Figger to UTRGV. He will play against him.




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Lloyer Driggs, 5'11, 167, PG, HS... Ammon, ID (Thunder Ridge HS)... He's a shooter!





This kid is exciting! 45% 3PT shooter is just what the Doctor ordered. 04-cheers
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(04-05-2021 03:23 PM)NMSUPistolPete Wrote:  Tarleton State picked up a commitment...

Lloyer Driggs, 5'11, 167, PG, HS... Ammon, ID (Thunder Ridge HS)... He's a shooter!





This kid is exciting! 45% 3PT shooter is just what the Doctor ordered. 04-cheers

This kid will be fun to watch. He has very good footwork.
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Per Verbal Commits, Cal Baptist just picked up Long Beach transfer Chance Hunter, a 6'6, 190-lbs, JR, Wing who averaged 12.3 ppg & 5.8 rpg. A very good pick up.



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Sam Houston State adds 4-star Texas A&M transfer Savion Flagg (6'7, 223-lbs, SR) to its roster. He averaged 8.8 ppg and 4.5 rpg last season.
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Yvan Ouedraogo to GCU

Previous School: Nebraska

Year 2019 (SO)

Position: PF

Height: 6-9

Weight: 260

Hometown: Bordeaux, France

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