The Class of 2020....so far.......

AlienAiden

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In regards to #33, #34 and #35

#34 was Lionel Bacon back in my day. In my opinion the best to wear that number.
#35 was all-time great Phil Stinnie. I still think that number should be hanging from the rafters. He was a double double machine.
Oh and anyone remember Patrick Lee wearing #33?
 

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In regards to #33, #34 and #35

#34 was Lionel Bacon back in my day. In my opinion the best to wear that number.
#35 was all-time great Phil Stinnie. I still think that number should be hanging from the rafters. He was a double double machine.
Oh and anyone remember Patrick Lee wearing #33?
Yes, yes and yes!
 

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Of every time he scores, he's the Rams' "Ace in the hole."
You mentioned Wheeler the other day so I just looked in the Nelson article and found the quote I think you were talking about.

Just as heavily recruited among the Justices as Nelson is 6-foot-10 rising senior Roosevelt Wheeler, who joined Nelson on the 2A All-State team.
In naming favorites for “Rose’s” talents, Coach White mentioned North Carolina State, Louisville, Memphis, Louisiana State University and Wake Forest.
Asked about the chances for hometown possibility Virginia Commonwealth University, Coach White said, “VCU is 100 percent in it.”

 

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The A-10 benefitted from Obi Toppin’s development and exposure. The nationalPOY can come from a mid major. If you’re a late bloomer or over looked or not hyped player it makes sense to go to a school where you aren’t lost in a log jam for PT
 
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