As of 2-3 weeks ago, I believe we did. Since then some big boys have gotten involved, but no offers that I have seen. He is obviously waiting, probably until the season ends. His team plays a highly competitive schedule, so he will be seen by many coaches.
Crosser It may be a slim chance but one enhanced by 4 factors: 1) HC was the first school to offer him, 2) he is a good student (apparently a 3.8 GPA), 3) with Jehyve’s graduation, there is a path to playing time as a freshman (and beyond) and 4) HC is a good team this year and projects to be a good team over the next several yrs. Hopefully, a high major school will not swoop in and grab him in the late signing period.
I always wonder why there aren't more instances of a player wanting to be a big(ger) fish in a small(er) pond.
My guess is that anyone with a healthy enough ego and confidence in their ability with a desire to play professionally has to think the chances of that happening are much greater when you swim in the bigger pond.
Have to think that the uptick in transfers may be a soft clue that the old paradigm might be shifting to where it’s now more attractive to play early and dominate at the mid-major level as opposed to possibly getting less playing time or even passed over at the high major level.
High school stats aren’t always the most reliable but, if one number is going to be accurate, it’s points. When you get into things like rebounds, assists and steals, I would definitely take them with a grain of salt.
Thanks, haze This ranking looks as if it rewards number of recruits. For example, Memphis is regarded as having one of the top 3-5 classes, but their score is lower than those schools with more recruits. Bucknell’s score is impressive.