- Dec 30, 2011
And, I've seen this a few times before but it's rare. The kid wrote a whole long thing about the transfer. It wasn't written in the Notes app either!St. Joseph's picks up a fairly promising transfer from Columbia moving closer to home.
That might be the best written "I'm transferring and here's why" statement I've ever read.And, I've seen this a few times before but it's rare. The kid wrote a whole long thing about the transfer. It wasn't written in the Notes app either!
He's a nerd for writing it, and nerds must be publicly identified, but it's really quite good. I was surprised. I didn't even hear his name much until recent days! This was one of the few times where following the Twitter tea leaves (who the coaches began following and vice-versa) actually held some water.That might be the best written "I'm transferring and here's why" statement I've ever read.
This is going to be a problem.
Sorry for the late response but I was on a self imposed quarantine from here until today. Yes, as soon as I saw this on twitter, I said it was going to be a problem. I watched them early in there career in VA, saw them multiple times in person when they were down here at Montverde and saw them a couple times when they went back to Woodbridge for their senior year. Talent wise they "could be" a problem.
I'm guessing that building a program for the Dukes is pretty challenging, and nobody can deny that he's having success. Regardless, it's one thing to criticize him for that, and it's another to call him a "hobbit." I know this is an internet forum and everything, but still, that's pretty gross.A guy on the A10 message board calls him Carla Tortelli . Believe it or not some do not think much of the way he is building that program with a revolving door of disposable players.
Now look at KeShawn Curry’s numbers, also a rising junior.Went from 30 minutes a game last year to about 12 this year so that likely was going to get worse. At 35% from three and a 90% free throw shooter he should be able to find a landing spot at a conference a level beneath the A-10.