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Username Post: Bison Recruits 2018        (Topic#19688)
Bison137 
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05-22-18 12:13 PM - Post#257096    
    In response to KenZ

I see Ivanauskas has missed almost all of the last two years due to two separate surgeries on the same shoulder. Before the second surgery, at the start of the 2017-18 season, he was not in the rotation.

Since he will have lost two years to injury, and then a third due to transfer, he will have the option to petition the NCAA to be allowed to play a sixth season. Since two years were lost to injury and a case can be made that the injuries made it necessary to transfer, he would stand a reasonable chance. However it is questionable whether the PL would allow it.

I see he spent his senior year at Brewster Academy (NH) and was ranked 25th in New England, which is good considering all the elite prep players in that area.




 
Bison137 
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05-29-18 05:10 PM - Post#257318    
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I see that Bucknell has added a 6-9 basketball player. although I doubt you will see him on the team. Specifically, Liutauras Repsys, a 6-9 Lithuanian basketball player has been accepted to the University under the Bucknell Community College Scholars Program which brings in outstanding achievers with low incomes from five partner junior colleges. Repsys played hoops for Garrett College in Western Maryland, as well as being president of their student government and a high academic achiever. On the court, he played 22 mpg and averaged 5.5 ppg and 4 rpg against so-so competition in Maryland and PA. Previously he played at Cardinal O'Hara in the Philly Catholic League.

Although it is questionable whether he might become a member of the Bison team, his addition would at least add some more height to a team that needs it. He might have the ceiling of a Matt Banas.

https://www.wvnews.com/garrettrepublican/com munity...





 
KenZ 
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05-30-18 11:15 AM - Post#257360    
    In response to Bison89

Malik Osborne ended up transferring to Florida State.

 
Bison89 
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06-01-18 10:46 AM - Post#257524    
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  • Bison137 Said:
I see that Bucknell has added a 6-9 basketball player. although I doubt you will see him on the team. Specifically, Liutauras Repsys, a 6-9 Lithuanian basketball player has been accepted to the University under the Bucknell Community College Scholars Program which brings in outstanding achievers with low incomes from five partner junior colleges. Repsys played hoops for Garrett College in Western Maryland, as well as being president of their student government and a high academic achiever. On the court, he played 22 mpg and averaged 5.5 ppg and 4 rpg against so-so competition in Maryland and PA. Previously he played at Cardinal O'Hara in the Philly Catholic League.

Although it is questionable whether he might become a member of the Bison team, his addition would at least add some more height to a team that needs it. He might have the ceiling of a Matt Banas.

https://www.wvnews.com/garrettrepublican/com munity...





You can't coach size. So, a big body to box out and rebound is always helpful. Even if he ends up being a practice player, that is needed.
'RAY FOR THE ORANGE AND THE BLUE!


 
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