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Last Three Spots
so the roster has three slots left (possibly 4, has anyone mentioned Lakhin?). what should we be looking for? name names if you can. I'll split this into three tiers: 40 Footers (aka longshots), midrange jumpers and layups.

40 Footers:
CJ Frederick, Iowa - he's been discussed here ad nauseam.
Rocket Watts, Michigan State
Jermaine Hamlin, Illinois - id say Moussa Cisse, but he's probably going pro.


Midrange:
Mo Nije, DME Prep/Centerville - strong inside player. Someone brought up the 4 guard/1 center look from the Sweet 16 run. he's a defensive anchor for that lineup
Mike Jefferson Jr, Dohn Prep - the last time i saw a kid that nobody was talking about but he was shockingly good, it was Carlik Jones. this kid is a taller Fredrick type who shot over 50% from 3 this year
Jaykwon Walton, Georgia - kinda expect Dollar to bring someone with him. wouldn't mind this 6'6" guard being that guy.

Layups:
Terry Durham, Pensacola State/Woodward - bad injury luck has kept him off the radar. this is an Eric Hicks type that's averaged a double double everywhere he's been. signing him also ingratiates you to the Paul McMillan Industrial Complex
EJ Williams, Alabama A&M/Middletown
Zubi Nwankwo, Odessa CC/ Walnut Hills - both of these guys are 6'11" projects. always worth a roll of the dice
 
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RE: Last Three Spots
I'd love for us to get in touch with Jordan Hall, a 6'8" freshman from St. Joseph's who just entered the portal: https://www.espn.com/mens-college-basket...ordan-hall

He can play positions 1-4. He averaged 10.6 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 5.7 assists per game while shooting 35.1% from 3. Those are impressive numbers for a freshman in the A-10, which really isn't that far below the AAC in quality of competition. Was 2nd on the team in defensive efficiency in terms of points given up per 100 points.
 
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