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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2015, 08:48:51 AM »
Good luck to him

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2015, 09:32:30 AM »

he wouldn't have seen any playing time at a&t this year, wise choice to drop down to d2...

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2015, 09:54:34 AM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.
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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #4 on: July 14, 2015, 11:18:49 AM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.

So now he's not D1 material becuase he told A&T where to go,  :lol: and transfered to WSSU. Boy, some of you birds and dogs are really clowns. This kid started for A&T a few games and you say he is not D1 material. Has it ever entered your minds that neither NCCU nor A&T has any "real D1 players"? How many kids do you have that was in the top 200 in the country... how about the top 500?  This kid said he did not see a difference in the MEAC and CIAA... and I would say that most fans would agree.

You guys need to look in the mirror and get off those drugs.  :nono2:

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #5 on: July 14, 2015, 11:20:20 AM »

he wouldn't have seen any playing time at a&t this year, wise choice to drop down to d2...

So ya'll gonna be that good? What a joke you are. You will never be a D1 school, regardless of what you call yourself.  :lmao:

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #6 on: July 14, 2015, 11:29:45 AM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.

So now he's not D1 material becuase he told A&T where to go,  :lol: and transfered to WSSU. Boy, some of you birds and dogs are really clowns. This kid started for A&T a few games and you say he is not D1 material. Has it ever entered your minds that neither NCCU nor A&T has any "real D1 players"? How many kids do you have that was in the top 200 in the country... how about the top 500?  This kid said he did not see a difference in the MEAC and CIAA... and I would say that most fans would agree.

You guys need to look in the mirror and get off those drugs.  :nono2:

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #7 on: July 14, 2015, 12:07:04 PM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.

So now he's not D1 material becuase he told A&T where to go,  :lol: and transfered to WSSU. Boy, some of you birds and dogs are really clowns. This kid started for A&T a few games and you say he is not D1 material. Has it ever entered your minds that neither NCCU nor A&T has any "real D1 players"? How many kids do you have that was in the top 200 in the country... how about the top 500?  This kid said he did not see a difference in the MEAC and CIAA... and I would say that most fans would agree.

You guys need to look in the mirror and get off those drugs.  :nono2:

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Notice he cited wanting to play in CIAA tournament and the exciting WSSU game atmosphere.

Probably got tired of sitting the bench on a losing squad.
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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #8 on: July 14, 2015, 12:07:14 PM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.

So now he's not D1 material becuase he told A&T where to go,  :lol: and transfered to WSSU. Boy, some of you birds and dogs are really clowns. This kid started for A&T a few games and you say he is not D1 material. Has it ever entered your minds that neither NCCU nor A&T has any "real D1 players"? How many kids do you have that was in the top 200 in the country... how about the top 500?  This kid said he did not see a difference in the MEAC and CIAA... and I would say that most fans would agree.

You guys need to look in the mirror and get off those drugs.  :nono2:

2014-2015 avgs    1.6 ppg , 1.2 rbs , 0.00 assists ... played in 23 games

2013-14: Played in 22 games with five starts…Made all five starts from Nov. 26-Dec. 7…Earned his first career start on Nov. 26 at Ole Miss…Averaged 1.5 points, 2.3 rebounds and 10.4 minutes per game….Shot .528 from the field and was 6-for-12 from the free throw line…Played his first game as an Aggie on Nov. 11 at Utah Valley where he scored a season-high six points on 3-for-5 shooting…Earned his second start of the season, played a season-high 25 minutes and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds in a 85-78 win over Longwood on Nov. 29...Injured his right knee in practice in February, forcing him to miss the Aggies final seven games.

High School: Played four varsity seasons at South Central, Oakwood and Massanutten Military Academy…Averaged 13.9 points and 8.9 rebounds at Oakwood High School before transferring to Massanutten Military Academy, where he averaged 7.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in his final season…Earned All-State, all-region and all-conference honors as a junior and a senior…Named conference tournament MVP all four years…Also made the honor roll all four years and the Principal’s List his 11th and 12th grade years…Ranked 68th in the state…Played baseball, football and participated in track and field as well.


So he played in 43 games during his two years at A&T. He was an underclassman and not many of them get that much play... much less 43 games. Yes, he would have been a valuable player at A&T this year, if he did not hate ya'll so much. It's a sad day when a player would rather move down than to stay at your school. It also says alot about the competition level in the MEAC not being any better than the CIAA. What a disgrace he did not have all that Aggie Pride ya'll talk about..

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #9 on: July 14, 2015, 12:38:09 PM »

he wouldn't have seen any playing time at a&t this year, wise choice to drop down to d2...

So ya'll gonna be that good? What a joke you are. You will never be a D1 school, regardless of what you call yourself.  :lmao:

Why do you choose to get offended at someone telling the truth? Heck he may not even get any playing time at wssu either. Good kid but he's limited.

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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #10 on: July 14, 2015, 01:05:49 PM »
I'm sorry but it's hard to get excited about a 6'8" at any level that can't average 2 points and 2 points per game.  :shrug:  Now if he goes to WSSU and becomes a superstar you can take that one of two ways.  :shrug:
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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #11 on: July 14, 2015, 01:28:41 PM »
I'm sorry but it's hard to get excited about a 6'8" at any level that can't average 2 points and 2 points per game.  :shrug:  Now if he goes to WSSU and becomes a superstar you can take that one of two ways.  :shrug:

Que82 I here what you are saying, but the fact that a freshman and then a sophomore could play in so many games, means that he had to have had enough talent to be a contributor,  and a future start on that team. How many other underclassmen do they have that contributed more? He should do better not only because he is moving down, but also, because he is an upperclassman and has some experience. If he had stayed at A&T, he would have contributed more his last two years. That's called being in a program... right?

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« Reply #12 on: July 14, 2015, 01:50:52 PM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.

So now he's not D1 material becuase he told A&T where to go,  :lol: and transfered to WSSU. Boy, some of you birds and dogs are really clowns. This kid started for A&T a few games and you say he is not D1 material. Has it ever entered your minds that neither NCCU nor A&T has any "real D1 players"? How many kids do you have that was in the top 200 in the country... how about the top 500?  This kid said he did not see a difference in the MEAC and CIAA... and I would say that most fans would agree.


If you think we don't have any D1 players then come to Durham and play us in basketball.   You have said repeatedly that you did not want any parts of NCCU basketball.   We will wear you billy goats out.


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Re: WSSU gets men's hoop transfer from N.C. A&T....
« Reply #13 on: July 14, 2015, 01:51:42 PM »

he wouldn't have seen any playing time at a&t this year, wise choice to drop down to d2...

So ya'll gonna be that good? What a joke you are. You will never be a D1 school, regardless of what you call yourself.  :lmao:

Why do you choose to get offended at someone telling the truth? Heck he may not even get any playing time at wssu either. Good kid but he's limited.

They blind cause its involving A&T. When he doesn't perform next yr, then it will be he wasn't taught how to play ball at A&T

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« Reply #14 on: July 14, 2015, 01:54:58 PM »
Boy is he going to be surprised. He wasn't D1 material  anyway.  In High school he wasn't that hot. Aggies tell him  thanks, just keep it moving.

So now he's not D1 material becuase he told A&T where to go,  :lol: and transfered to WSSU. Boy, some of you birds and dogs are really clowns. This kid started for A&T a few games and you say he is not D1 material. Has it ever entered your minds that neither NCCU nor A&T has any "real D1 players"? How many kids do you have that was in the top 200 in the country... how about the top 500?  This kid said he did not see a difference in the MEAC and CIAA... and I would say that most fans would agree.

You guys need to look in the mirror and get off those drugs.  :nono2:

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2013-14: Played in 22 games with five starts…Made all five starts from Nov. 26-Dec. 7…Earned his first career start on Nov. 26 at Ole Miss…Averaged 1.5 points, 2.3 rebounds and 10.4 minutes per game….Shot .528 from the field and was 6-for-12 from the free throw line…Played his first game as an Aggie on Nov. 11 at Utah Valley where he scored a season-high six points on 3-for-5 shooting…Earned his second start of the season, played a season-high 25 minutes and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds in a 85-78 win over Longwood on Nov. 29...Injured his right knee in practice in February, forcing him to miss the Aggies final seven games.

High School: Played four varsity seasons at South Central, Oakwood and Massanutten Military Academy…Averaged 13.9 points and 8.9 rebounds at Oakwood High School before transferring to Massanutten Military Academy, where he averaged 7.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in his final season…Earned All-State, all-region and all-conference honors as a junior and a senior…Named conference tournament MVP all four years…Also made the honor roll all four years and the Principal’s List his 11th and 12th grade years…Ranked 68th in the state…Played baseball, football and participated in track and field as well.


Notice he cited wanting to play in CIAA tournament and the exciting WSSU game atmosphere.

Probably got tired of sitting the bench on a losing squad.

This is the only quote that matters......... I can’t wait to come in there and get a chance to play more minutes.”

If he couldn't get off our bench , what makes u think he's gonna get off of yours.  :o ;D

 

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