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Figured there hasn't been a whole lot of chatter regarding a solid performance on the recruiting trail by Tim Miles so let's get some recognition going.
So far these are our 2013 commitments...
Nick Fuller- 6-7 SF 89 3*
Tai Webster- 6-1 PG 89 3*
Nathan Hawkins 6-5 SG 85 3*
Feed me to the wolves, and I will return leader of the pack. #FreeDA
This cat is my most wanted right now...
Matthew Atewe- 6-9 PF 83 3*
It's never too early to start dreaming, so Jahlil Okafor will be #1 on my list for 2014 guys..
I will also throw out Paul White and Miles Reynolds for my 2014 wish list.
Atewe is severely underrated on this site. should be 4 star like on rivals
he's a 3-star on Rivals
He was a 4star a couple weeks ago Im pretty sure my bad
Fuller is going to be a beast
Goal in life is to save America from Obamacare
dont get me wrong I think Webster will be great but i dont want anyone to sleep on Fuller
got some really good recruits coming in... I like the direction of the program. Atewe would be a huge get.
me to I need to get my moneys worth on my season tickets haha
I really think Tai is going to be special, and the rest of the class is pretty good also. Miles needs to find him a big man that can play and we will be tough in 2 years.
Your team. All the time.
I don't think Tai will be in Lincoln but a year or two and then off to the NBA. Thats a good thing btw
I'm curious as why you think Tai being here only 1 or 2 years would be a good thing?
If he's good enough to go to the NBA after only a few years... means he's done something amazing here.
Probably because of the publicity it would bring to Nebrasketball....but i think Taj will be a good player but lets wait a little bit before NBA talk
Love excitement for Nebrasketball though
Its ok i know the first thing that came to mind in that scenario was that he transferred after one or two years like some players in the past ten years of Nebraska basketball. oh what collier and sadler have done to us. so automatically when you think two years and gone you think its bad but in this case if he is a lottery pick in the nba draft it can be a good thing
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Husker Josh 18 months ago
My idea of a good thing would have Tai here for four years, earn his degree, lead us to the tournament and win some tournament games. ....:)
I honestly believe this will happen sooner than people think
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