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Username Post: MBB Recruits        (Topic#26460)
scoop85 
Freshman
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Loc: Goshen, NY
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08-13-22 09:21 AM - Post#344004    

First reported 2023 commit, Jake Fiegen, a 6’3” shooting guard from New Trier HS outside Chicago. Reports are he’s a deadly outside shooter, and scored 51 points in one AAU game last summer. Per Verbal Commits his other offers were Navy, Cal Poly, and SIUE.

He appears to be a similar skill set to rising freshman Connor Noard. The Big Red surely needs to recruit more size for next year’s class.

 
mountainred 
Masters Student
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Loc: Charleston, WV
Reg: 04-11-10
09-27-22 07:20 PM - Post#344834    
    In response to scoop85

And welcome aboard Ian Imegwu, a 6-8 or 6-9 F out of Blair Academy. Verbal Commits says he also had an offer to Rider.

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
Postdoc
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Loc: New Jersey
Reg: 01-21-14
09-30-22 03:52 PM - Post#344923    
    In response to mountainred

Short Hills, NJ family.
His older brother is on Penn's roster.

Neither stayed in Millburn Schools, the system that produced Alex Rosenberg. The best athletes tend to opt for private schools.

Coached against them in rec. sports.

 
scoop85 
Freshman
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Loc: Goshen, NY
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11-28-22 01:15 PM - Post#347204    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

New recruit, 6’4” guard Jacob Beccles from Philly, who’s doing a PG year at Lawrenceville. No other reported D1 offers, but Penn, Colgate and others have been in contact. Last season he averaged over 20 PPG at Constitution HS in Philly. From his video he profiles as a combo guard, similar to Nazir Williams.

 
mountainred 
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11-29-22 06:27 PM - Post#347244    
    In response to scoop85

With Dolan's graduation this spring, I'd love to see a true point added to this class. Maybe the Earl style of controlled chaos doesn't need a classic point, but -- other than Gray -- the returning guards are all more scorers than distributors.

Not that there is anything wrong with scoring. I've heard it is very important.

 
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