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HuskyColonial 
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05-01-17 07:31 AM - Post#228993    
    In response to Bison137

It's an interesting mix of athletes and the schools pursuing them. Near IVY schools like Bucknell, Lehigh and Davidson strike me as VERY appealing to student-athletes wanting a degree they can only get there (not literally but close) as well as have the prospect of developing into an NBA talent.

I'd personally take any of those schools over Cornell by the way for both athletics and academics but that's another story

 
JDBison2010 
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05-02-17 05:10 PM - Post#229002    
    In response to HuskyColonial

Two new offers today

Miles Latimer 6-2 PG (VA) - Offers from Quinnipiac, Boston, Stony Brook, UMBC, and Towson

Austin Rostroff 6-9 C (OH) - Offers from Air Force, BGSU, Ball State, Toledo, and Miami (OH)


 
BreakinBison 
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Bison Recruits 2018
05-02-17 10:06 PM - Post#229005    
    In response to Bison137

New offer...Fletcher Tynen (CA) 6-5 SF

https://twitter.com/fletch_t35


 
Bison137 
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Re: Bison Recruits 2018
05-02-17 11:39 PM - Post#229006    
    In response to BreakinBison

  • BreakinBison Said:
New offer...Fletcher Tynen (CA) 6-5 SF

https://twitter.com/fletch_t35





Has other offers from Fordham, Hawaii, and Boston U.

His Bishop Montgomery team went 31-2 this year and won the California Open championship despite being much smaller than their tourney opponents. Beat Chino Hills (featuring the Ball brothers and their obnoxious father) in the quarters and powerhouse Mater Dei in the semis. They ended up ranked in the top five in the nation in a number of rankings.






 
Bison137 
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05-02-17 11:41 PM - Post#229007    
    In response to JDBison2010

  • JDBison2010 Said:


Austin Rostroff 6-9 C (OH) - Offers from Air Force, BGSU, Ball State, Toledo, and Miami (OH)





Rostroff also picked up offers from Richmond and Cleveland State today.




 
MrPhillie 
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05-03-17 06:34 AM - Post#229009    
    In response to Bison137

Man, a recruiting coordinator has a difficult job. So much to consider, so much to keep up with.

 
Bison137 
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05-03-17 01:46 PM - Post#229029    
    In response to JDBison2010

  • JDBison2010 Said:


Miles Latimer 6-2 PG (VA) - Offers from Quinnipiac, Boston, Stony Brook, UMBC, and Towson






Also added offers from Brown and Lafayette.




 
atlantabison 
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Re: Bison Recruits 2018
05-04-17 01:35 PM - Post#229048    
    In response to Bison137

  • Bison137 Said:
  • BreakinBison Said:
New offer...Fletcher Tynen (CA) 6-5 SF

https://twitter.com/fletch_t35





Has other offers from Fordham, Hawaii, and Boston U.

His Bishop Montgomery team went 31-2 this year and won the California Open championship despite being much smaller than their tourney opponents. Beat Chino Hills (featuring the Ball brothers and their obnoxious father) in the quarters and powerhouse Mater Dei in the semis. They ended up ranked in the top five in the nation in a number of rankings.





Four years paid in Hawaii or at Bucknell. That actually might be a tough choice
Ray Bucknell!


 
Bison137 
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Re: Bison Recruits 2018
05-04-17 01:45 PM - Post#229049    
    In response to atlantabison

  • atlantabison Said:
  • Bison137 Said:
  • BreakinBison Said:
New offer...Fletcher Tynen (CA) 6-5 SF

https://twitter.com/fletch_t35





Has other offers from Fordham, Hawaii, and Boston U.

His Bishop Montgomery team went 31-2 this year and won the California Open championship despite being much smaller than their tourney opponents. Beat Chino Hills (featuring the Ball brothers and their obnoxious father) in the quarters and powerhouse Mater Dei in the semis. They ended up ranked in the top five in the nation in a number of rankings.





Four years paid in Hawaii or at Bucknell. That actually might be a tough choice





Depends on whether you base your decision on four years or on the next 50 after that.




 
JDBison2010 
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05-05-17 01:17 PM - Post#229082    
    In response to Bison137

Another offer to a 2018 big man. Zeke Richards 6-10 C (CA). Same AAU program and high school as Riley Battin

Has offers from Hawaii, UC Davis, and DePaul

 
Bison89 
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Re: Bison Recruits 2018
05-05-17 01:59 PM - Post#229085    
    In response to Bison137

  • Bison137 Said:
  • atlantabison Said:
  • Bison137 Said:
  • BreakinBison Said:
New offer...Fletcher Tynen (CA) 6-5 SF

https://twitter.com/fletch_t35





Has other offers from Fordham, Hawaii, and Boston U.

His Bishop Montgomery team went 31-2 this year and won the California Open championship despite being much smaller than their tourney opponents. Beat Chino Hills (featuring the Ball brothers and their obnoxious father) in the quarters and powerhouse Mater Dei in the semis. They ended up ranked in the top five in the nation in a number of rankings.





Four years paid in Hawaii or at Bucknell. That actually might be a tough choice





Depends on whether you base your decision on four years or on the next 50 after that.



While going to college in HI would be lots of fun, I think that flying 4-7 hours for every away game might get old very quickly.
'RAY FOR THE ORANGE AND THE BLUE!


 
HuskyColonial 
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05-05-17 02:02 PM - Post#229086    
    In response to JDBison2010

Hitting California hard. Andoh was the last player from out that way wasn't he? A recruit out there would give the Bison PAC-12 or WCC OOC options. Imagine a road trip where the Bison played at St. Mary, San Jose State, San Francisco, Cal or Stanford? Lots of options and fun trip for the guys.

 
Bison89 
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05-05-17 03:54 PM - Post#229089    
    In response to HuskyColonial

  • HuskyColonial Said:
Hitting California hard. Andoh was the last player from out that way wasn't he? A recruit out there would give the Bison PAC-12 or WCC OOC options. Imagine a road trip where the Bison played at St. Mary, San Jose State, San Francisco, Cal or Stanford? Lots of options and fun trip for the guys.



I could not agree more. The last two Bucknell trips to Northern California created an excuse for the Bison89 family to fly to CA. Lots of fun!
'RAY FOR THE ORANGE AND THE BLUE!


 
Bison54 
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05-05-17 10:30 PM - Post#229097    
    In response to HuskyColonial

Matt O'Reilly from Moraga California?


 
Gmoney89 
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05-07-17 03:41 PM - Post#229128    
    In response to Bison89

  • Bison89 Said:
  • HuskyColonial Said:
Hitting California hard. Andoh was the last player from out that way wasn't he? A recruit out there would give the Bison PAC-12 or WCC OOC options. Imagine a road trip where the Bison played at St. Mary, San Jose State, San Francisco, Cal or Stanford? Lots of options and fun trip for the guys.



I could not agree more. The last two Bucknell trips to Northern California created an excuse for the Bison89 family to fly to CA. Lots of fun!


And I'll be living out there soon enough so I'd love a west coast swing!
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Bison137 
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05-08-17 09:29 AM - Post#229136    
    In response to Gmoney89

Two more offers:


1. Jake Lanford 6-8 Center (SC) from Charleston. Has offers from Charleston, App State, Furman, Wofford, Mercer, Winthrop, GA Southern, Columbia, and others.

2. Aaron Nesmith 6-6 SF (SC) from Charleston. HS teammate of Lanford. Has offers from William and Mary, Charleston, Duquesne, Furman, Wofford, Mercer, GA Southern, Columbia, Harvard, Yale, and others.




 
Bison137 
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Re: Bison Recruits 2018
05-08-17 06:07 PM - Post#229151    
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  • Bison137 Said:
Offer to Mac McClung 6-1 PG (VA). Also has offers from Marshall, Duquesne, Kent State, ODU, Miami (OH), Chattanooga, Quinnipiac, Murray State, Air Force, Wofford, Radford, East Tennessee, and a few others.

McClung averaged about 30 ppg and 5.5 apg. Is from rural southwest Virginia.

http://www.heraldcourier.com/sports/boys-basketbal ...



McClung now up to at least 22 offers. Added Yale, Elon, Rice, Cleveland State, and Charleston in the last 72 hours.



  • Bison137 Said:


- Young , Ryan 6-10 C (PA) BUCKNELL OFFER Apr-17 ; Richmond, ODU, Towson, Delaware, Stony Brook, Boston U, Navy, Loyola, LC, Colgate, AU, Columbia, etc.





Young has added offers from LaSalle, W&M, Elon, and Drexel. Has 19 reported offers.



  • Bison137 Said:


- Davis , Ryan 6-9 PF/C (IL) BUCKNE LL OFFER Apr-17 ; Kent State, Wright State, UAB, UNH, Cal-Davis





Davis has now added offers from Hofstra, Vermont, Toledo, and Western Michigan.




 
Bison137 
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06-01-17 10:40 PM - Post#229784    
    In response to Bison137

PF Richard Njoku, who is listed at 6-7 or sometimes 6-8, is visiting Bucknell, Brown, and Boston U this week. He has offers from all three, along with Canisius, Binghamton, and UNH. Njoku plays for St. John's College High School, just outside Washington D.C. His coach is Sean McAloon, who was an assistant under Pat Flannery for a couple of years. McAloon played at Randolph-Macon and also coached there.

https://twitter.com/AyalewAdam/status/870 449955823...




 
Bison137 
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06-06-17 08:58 PM - Post#229871    
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  • Bison137 Said:
PF Richard Njoku, who is listed at 6-7 or sometimes 6-8, is visiting Bucknell, Brown, and Boston U this week. He has offers from all three, along with Canisius, Binghamton, and UNH. Njoku plays for St. John's College High School, just outside Washington D.C. His coach is Sean McAloon, who was an assistant under Pat Flannery for a couple of years. McAloon played at Randolph-Macon and also coached there.

https://twitter.com/AyalewAdam/status/870 449955823...





McAloon just announced his departure from St. John's to become the head coach at powerful IMG Academy in Florida.

His replacement? , Pat Behan. Behan had done a good job at St. Mary's Ryken, located in extreme southeastern Maryland - well south of D.C.




 
BisonRoadWarrior 
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06-06-17 09:53 PM - Post#229873    
    In response to Bison137

Washington Post story on the McAloon/Behan moves
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/recruiting-ins...


 
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