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Username Post: 2019 Recruiting        (Topic#20335)
pennhoops 
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04-06-18 02:08 PM - Post#254880    
    In response to Jeff2sf

Jeff why does the basketball season start in September

 
Jeff2sf 
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Reg: 11-22-04
04-06-18 02:15 PM - Post#254881    
    In response to pennhoops

I dunno, baseball starts in March now.

yeah, i'll cop to my own poor choice of words. I was thinking mostly when classes start, not when the season starts. but I guess that's August now anyway.

 
besnoah 
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04-07-18 01:05 PM - Post#254901    
    In response to Jeff2sf

CJ Moore
Former OU guard Jordan Shepherd tells @TheAthleticCBB he's been contacted by Georgia Tech, Clemson, South Carolina, Wake Forest, UNCC, SFA, College of Charleston, St. John's, San Diego and Penn.

 
pennhoops 
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04-14-18 04:11 PM - Post#255305    
    In response to besnoah

here's some actual august info: per vc penn has offered august mahoney, pg from albany. mm offers with the exception of illinois, which is functionally an mm.

http://verbalcommits.com/players/august-mahone y

 
Penndemonium 
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04-19-18 01:00 AM - Post#255526    
    In response to pennhoops

It's good to see Penn in the mix with a number of high level transfers. It's easier to imagine a transfer making an immediate impact, although the program will eventually need to sustain on it's own Freshman recruits.

The only downside is that the team chemistry was so good this year - and transfers tend to upset the existing existing players who lose PT more than Freshmen. I'll give this team and Donahue the benefit of the doubt in making it work, however.

 
UPIA1968 
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Re: transfer downside
04-19-18 07:48 PM - Post#255574    
    In response to Penndemonium

Keep in mind that this year's very valuable sixth man was a two-year transfer. I'll take to years of that kind of play.

 
91Quake 
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Reg: 11-22-04
04-21-18 11:44 AM - Post#255628    
    In response to UPIA1968

From Cityofbasketballlove.com:

JB Hoops opened its April live periods with a four-point overtime win against Alvin Gentry Elite (Az.) in a 17U showcase game, riding the hot hand of Leo O’Boyle. The Scranton Prep junior accounted for 29 of his team’s 62 points in the victory, showcasing a versatile scoring ability from all over the floor. A 6-foot-6, 215-pound wing forward, O’Boyle knocked down three 3-pointers along the way but got most of his production within 15 feet, hitting several contested pull-up jumpers and driving layups with both hands through contact.

“It’s really going to build up my confidence, now knowing that I’m shooting pretty well, driving pretty well and all of that,” he said afterwards. “So hopefully I can keep it going.”

O’Boyle has picked up one Division I offer in high school tenure, from NJIT as a sophomore, but he said he’s no longer being recruited by that school’s staff. Instead, it’s now Ivy/Patriot types who are reaching out to a student-athlete with a 3.7 GPA; O’Boyle named Colgate, Holy Cross, Dartmouth, and Penn as four in particular that had been in touch of late. Penn head coach Steve Donahue, who brought O’Boyle down to an elite camp last summer was watching this outing from the baseline.


 
besnoah 
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04-21-18 11:52 AM - Post#255629    
    In response to 91Quake

Josh also tweeted Donahue was present for

Max Martz:

Josh Verlin
@jmverlin
Final game of the night: Nova Russell (Ohio) vs. NJ Playaz Grey. Nova features 2019 Penn commit Max Martz. Quakers coach Steve Donahue here watching.

and Jersey Shore Warriors (I'd guess for Jack Forrest)

Josh Verlin
@jmverlin
Jersey Shore Warriors 17s drawing a big crowd as usual, including Penn head coach Steve Donahue. HGSL showcase game against WrightWay Skills (Mass.)

 
AsiaSunset 
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04-22-18 07:32 AM - Post#255638    
    In response to besnoah

Twitter says Max put up 28 in that game

 
besnoah 
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04-22-18 09:33 PM - Post#255655    
    In response to AsiaSunset

And Twitter says Martz scored 32 in a 3rd round loss today.

 
20Penn14 
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04-25-18 03:28 PM - Post#255876    
    In response to besnoah

Charles Smith IV commits to Cal

https://twitter.com/C4_is_explosive/statu s/9889076...

 
Jay O 
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Reg: 11-16-09
04-25-18 08:16 PM - Post#255890    
    In response to 20Penn14

I wonder how many people are named Charles Smith IV. I bet there are enough for a basketball roster, but probably not enough for football. I want to be there when they argue over who gets to wear number 4.

 
weinhauers_ghost 
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04-25-18 09:49 PM - Post#255897    
    In response to Jay O

  • Jay O Said:
I wonder how many people are named Charles Smith IV. I bet there are enough for a basketball roster, but probably not enough for football. I want to be there when they argue over who gets to wear number 4.



Assign the longest tenured player #4, offer the next player to show up #44. If a third shows up, offer him #22. If you're lucky enough to add a fourth to your roster, offer him #8. The fifth? Assign him #16.

Beyond that, I have no more suggestions.

 
Jay O 
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04-26-18 06:17 AM - Post#255903    
    In response to weinhauers_ghost

Makes sense. That last guy is a real square.

 
20Penn14 
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Reg: 02-26-12
04-30-18 03:24 PM - Post#256139    
    In response to Jay O

Per COBL, Owen McGlashan is hearing from Penn.
Article also has a section on Max Martz

https://www.cityofbasketballlove.com/news_article/...

 
Quakers03 
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Reg: 12-07-04
04-30-18 11:12 PM - Post#256166    
    In response to 20Penn14

I didn't realize he was the son of a former player. The news on him just keeps getting better and better.

 
pennhoops 
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05-09-18 12:26 PM - Post#256588    
    In response to Quakers03

scratch one off

Former Minnesota G Jamir Harris is transferring to American. (HT @AdamZagoria) @Jtodaizzo http://verbalcommits.com/players/jamir-harris

 
besnoah 
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06-10-18 02:56 PM - Post#257762    
    In response to pennhoops

Pat Lawless
Jordan Dingle, a class of 2019 SG playing for the NY Lightning, just picked up an offer from UPenn. First reported by @Andrew__Slater.

 
besnoah 
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06-12-18 10:13 PM - Post#257856    
    In response to besnoah

From yesterday:

Pat Lawless
UPenn, Harvard, Vanderbilt, UAB, Georgetown, Marquette, Georgia Tech and Wake Forest are watching '19 Maxwell Lorca-Lloyd (Chile) compete in the FIBA Americas U18 Championship.

I'm sure folks other than me have better insight here.

 
weinhauers_ghost 
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06-13-18 05:22 AM - Post#257857    
    In response to besnoah

Per the FIBA website, Lorca-Lloyd is 6'7" and attends Northfield Mount Hermon.

 
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