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LocalTiger
Freshman
Posts 6
10-19-19 01:31 PM - Post#288789    

I attended today. Scweiger and Barnes were dressed but did not practice. Much and Avila were not there at all. No
Roster posted yet for this year. Anybody have information?

JadwinGeorge
Senior
Posts 334
10-20-19 12:15 PM - Post#288803    

Sebastian Much has decided not to play basketball this year. Don't know about Avila. Schweiger and Barnes have minor injuries. No big deal.
bradley
PhD Student
Posts 1247
10-20-19 03:12 PM - Post#288807    

Any thoughts based on watching the open practice especially as to how Jaelin looked.

It does not surprise as to Much. His playing time diminished based on the quality of his play as well as Arirguzoh's ascendency. He reminded me of a taller version of another California, Lincoln Gunn, who played one year for Scott. Wish him the best.

Much is another example of a pretty highly rated HS player who may have reached his potential in H.S, vs college. Ratings are nothing but ratings vs. reality.
1LotteryPick1969
PhD Student
Posts 1676
1LotteryPick1969
10-20-19 03:34 PM - Post#288808    

  • JadwinGeorge Said:
Sebastian Much has decided not to play basketball this year.



I wish him well. I thought he always hustled.

I assume he is still in school, and not off to "make pots"?
LocalTiger
Freshman
Posts 6
10-20-19 08:22 PM - Post#288819    

I thought Jaelin looked healthy and fast.
I think Much may be missed. he could have provided depth and some outside shooting.
A couple of the freshmen seemed athletic, but not sure how
Much time they will see.
PennFan10
Postdoc
Posts 2418
10-21-19 02:37 PM - Post#288858    

nice pun...I got it...not sure others did
Albert08
Senior
Posts 391
10-22-19 08:09 AM - Post#288892    

A bit more subtle than Bill Walton's call when Sebastian hit those 3s against Arizona State: "Sebastian Much for the 3!! Too Much!!" He won't be able to use that one when he comes to Jadwin on Nov. 26 to call the return game.
SRP
Postdoc
Posts 3855
10-23-19 01:50 AM - Post#288957    

Much’s biggest problem was on D, especially when posted up. He lost some accuracy on his outside shot, too, and that really affected his overall game. But I liked his hustle and passing and when he got the chance to make moves heading to the basket he pressured the defense. Hope the rest of his time at Princeton goes well.
bradley
PhD Student
Posts 1247
10-23-19 08:22 PM - Post#288987    

Much was a "tweener" defensively as he could not handle bigs by the rim but he also could not close out and defend the 3 -- he was always a little late and it always seem that the offensive player hit the 3 pt shot attempt.

His ideal position would have been PF with Arirguzoh at C but DesRosiers deveolped as a much better rebounder and defender. He could pass the ball but his shooting went from bad to worse.

Always viewed Sebastian as a weak link but it was mitigated by 2 star Arirguzoh stepping up last year. Frontcourt will be Richmond, Jerome and Schwieger with someone else off the bench. Starting 3 will be good but depth may well be an issue especially if there is an injury with the starters. Gladson, if healthy, will back up Richmond.
SRP
Postdoc
Posts 3855
10-25-19 11:04 AM - Post#289081    

It would be sweet for Gladson to have a healthy, productive season. You just know that Arirguzoh is going to run into foul trouble sometimes, and even his motor can’t go 100% for 40 minutes.
LocalTiger
Freshman
Posts 6
10-25-19 06:04 PM - Post#289110    

I agree Gladson could help, but he and Richmond can't play together. Without Much, we have no one with experience in the rotation to back up DesRosier. Rebounding has not been a strength, and the seniors helped a lot from the guard
Positions. We may have guys who can step in, but not sure who they are.
welcometothejungle
Freshman
Posts 64
10-28-19 08:30 PM - Post#289202    

https://www.trentonian.com/sports/princeton-poin t-...

Article from the Trentonian on Llewellyn's growth and expectations for the season



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