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Username Post: 2019 Recruiting        (Topic#21915)
mountainred 
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07-28-19 09:01 AM - Post#286350    
    In response to mountainred

The official announcement is out: https://cornellbigred.com/news/2019/7/27/five-n ewc...

The only name we haven't discussed is Chuks Uzoka, a 6-6(ish) forward from Fort Bend Christian Academy. I can't find anything about Uzoka other than what's in the press release. He is listed as headed to the AAP program, so he may not have a ton of time for basketball.

The roster also includes a senior guard Noah Gear, but I can't tell if he transferred from somewhere or is a student who "walked-on."

 
FLBB 
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2019 Recruiting
08-06-19 05:29 PM - Post#286807    
    In response to mountainred

This class looks like the most athletic and accomplished that Earl has recruited.

Edited by FLBB on 08-06-19 05:29 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
mountainred 
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Re: 2019 Recruiting
08-08-19 04:52 PM - Post#286856    
    In response to FLBB

  • FLBB Said:
This class looks like the most athletic and accomplished that Earl has recruited.



If only that were a bigger compliment.

Based on the interest in him and his stats in HS and at NMH, Dolan looks like a safe bet to be, at least, a decent Ivy PG. Jones's stat lines for the last two years are impressive and he was the NEPSAC Class A Player of the Year. The last three players to win that award are Cormac Ryan, Jordan Burns, and Miye Oni. If Jordan plays anywhere on that spectrum, he'll make an impact at Cornell. Patel is a year away, but he's shown he can play D1 ball. Not sure what to expect from Filien. Probably not enough to turn Cornell into a title contender, but it should be Earl's best recruiting class.

And if it's not, the next couple years will be brutal.

 
rbg 
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08-09-19 07:55 AM - Post#286867    
    In response to mountainred

Maybe Coach Earl can convince incoming first-year Tyson Claeys (6' 4", 230 lbs) to switch from football to basketball.

https://www.petoskeynews.com/gaylord/featured-ght/ ...

https://cornellbigred.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=50294





 
mountainred 
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08-09-19 09:39 AM - Post#286868    
    In response to rbg

I'm not sure which program needs him more!

 
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