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CWRIGHT9
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ALEXANDRIA
Member since Jun 2007
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6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena

Anybody know anthing about him


LSUFreek
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Greater New Orleans
Member since Jan 2007
8178 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
As far as I know, he's from Lena, Louisiana and is a freshman at Northwood.

I've read he's aslo pretty tall, around 6'10".


LSUFreek
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Greater New Orleans
Member since Jan 2007
8178 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
Just messing with ya.

Seriously, I found this for you: LINK


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LaBornNRaised
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The Datty's are Fixed!
Member since Feb 2011
10398 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
Freek with the Recruiting Board Boom. Then not so much.


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darryljames30
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
New Orleans
Member since Feb 2006
15366 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
Where is this school at?


nosaj
Northwestern St. Fan
Member since Sep 2010
1525 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
Lena - about 10 miles north of Alexandria. 1A School. They're usually a middle of the pack team in 1A. Clifton Lee that played for NWST went there.


lsumeyers
LSU Fan
Leesville
Member since Jun 2005
1359 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
He's raw. Has a frame similar to Big Baby. Has decent post moves and will step out 12-15 with a nice stroke. My son's team played them last year and this year. He put a double-double up on us, but we really didn't have a big that could guard him. Our tallest player is 6'3". I could see a lot of improvement from his 8th grade to Freshman year.


tigertalkster
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2009
569 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
very soft touch shooting for a big guy but feet are some what slow but hes huge expect he will go to peabody soon


ProjectP2294
Arizona State Fan
South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
33992 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
quote:

expect he will go to peabody soon


Those damn private schools and their recruiting.....oh wait.


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chalmetteowl
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#OwlUp
Member since Jan 2008
14649 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
quote:

very soft touch shooting for a big guy but feet are some what slow but hes huge expect he will go to peabody soon


as much as we hate those schools, got to think of the kids' development first. those places can coach elite talent better than the random daddy where these kids would have went


AlaTiger
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2006
15982 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
It stinks for Northwood-Lena to lose him, but I agree. If you are the parent of a 6-10 freshman who is capable of putting up double-doubles in high school ball, you are pretty much obligated to try and develop him. Not everyone who is tall can play basketball. Some tall people are really awkward and have trouble walking around without tripping. But, if the kid can play and wants to play, you have to think that if he can develop and even if he grows a bit more, he could play in the NBA - at the very least get a college scholarship. So, yeah, if a private academy can help the kid get there, I have no problem with it.

In the same way, I have no problem with what Calipari is doing at Kentucky as long as he stays within the rules. The goal of college is to be able to get a job. If he can help them do that, what is the problem?


LABred08
LSU Fan
Alexandria
Member since Feb 2011
190 posts

re: 6'10 freshman at Northwood-Lena
He is not coming to us. Don't know why you all think that, but unless he's gonna sit out his sophomore year, I doubt it, but its on him. But he can't keep up with us, besides, the SF/PF we've got coming from the Junior High next year is better than he is now, he's going to start 4 years for us. We already have a roster of at least 17 with the 2 freshman coming in. So...don't expect it.
This post was edited on 4/2 at 3:03 pm


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