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About BillySee58

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  • Birthday 03/10/1993

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  1. Transfers aren’t held to signing periods like JUCOs/High School players. I mean, technically those guys aren’t held to those dates either but you generally expect them to sign at those specific times. Not as much the case with D1 transfers.
  2. https://247sports.com/college/north-texas/Article/Transfer-O-Line-target-intersted-in-North-Texas-Mean-Green-Theyve-been-amazing-165068860/ VIP article. Says we are in his top 3.
  3. Commits to Georgia. This is one it seems like we were actually actively recruiting.
  4. FCS level transfer safety holds multiple P5 offers since entering the portal. Started since his freshman year, 1st-team all-conference as a sophomore, 2-team all-conference as a junior. Grad transfer with just one year remaining.
  5. This was kind of the under-the-radar pickup of an otherwise loaded 2020 class. By my count we’re still expected to have 48 freshmen on next year’s roster so there will undoubtedly be more transfers out of that group. When is the bigger question.
  6. Definitely Jones but I wanted both. Jones is a more well-rounded PG and we’d get him for potentially four years. I was hoping we’d get both because I really like Perry as a shooter/scorer and 6th man type, not as high on him running the show. I’m sure he’ll be solid though. He and Rubin Jones theoretically make a good combo, because Jones is probably a better distributor and has size to make up for Perry’s lack of size. Having them both on the court could be a 1a, 1b type ball handling situation, where both can make plays but both can also catch and shoot off the ball effectively.
  7. We offered him and Perry at the same time. Felt like there wasn’t much doing here after Perry committed. Mostly a hunch but seemed like we were just taking one with how it seemed to shut off once Perry committed.
  8. They have a good program. Won 32 games a couple years ago, two NCAA round of 32 appearances last 4 years
  9. Not bad. Also the fact that this is what he’s producing as a 22-year old playing almost exclusively 18-20 year olds at the JUCO level is pretty indicative that he was not CUSA caliber and wasn’t going to be. Hope the JUCO exposure allows him to find a good school where he can play.
  10. Looks like he led the nation in rebounding. Here are some highlights from his freshman season on his Twitter.
  11. 6’6” 200 lb forward for Cowley College. Star player on the team that finished runner up to commit Tylor Perry and Coffeyville at the NJCAA national tournament. Original from Kansas City, MO. We have offered. Also holds offers from Georgia, St. Bonaventure, Sam Houston State, Texas State, and East Carolina among others. Averaged 21.1 points/game, 12.8 rebounds/game, 2.0 assists/game, 2.3 steals/game, and 2.2 blocks/game. Shot 38.7% from three with over 2 makes/game, also shooting 47.5% from the field and 83.7% from the free throw line. Absolute monster stats. Sophomore so would still
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