All Things Class of 2020 Recruiting Thread

bga1

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It is an interesting dynamic with Mitchell and Garcia in at the same time. Both 4's. Obviously Garcia is ahead of Mitchell at this point. So perhaps Mitchell is a guy who would get playing time more as he grows into it while Garcia can be plugged in as a starter right away. Garcia may only be a two year guy anyway? I assume the coaches wouldn't bring them in together unless there is a possibility they would take both.
 

Holy Man

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It is an interesting dynamic with Mitchell and Garcia in at the same time. Both 4's. Obviously Garcia is ahead of Mitchell at this point. So perhaps Mitchell is a guy who would get playing time more as he grows into it while Garcia can be plugged in as a starter right away. Garcia may only be a two year guy anyway? I assume the coaches wouldn't bring them in together unless there is a possibility they would take both.
Maybe to get a sense of whether they would play together. I have no idea on dynamics of visits, but I would think staff would try to get guys they think fit together in at the same time if they can.

Odd the guy responds telling the world he isn't a center. Must have struck a cord. Maybe Garcia is 3-4 guy, and Mitchell is solid 4 and that's what they are sold on.
 
Yeah not sure why players go out of their way to make that point. A good coach is going to put them in the best position to succeed regardless of position they are labeled, but maybe he just feels there is a stigma that comes with being labeled a center meaning his game is limited.
 

alchemy2u

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Yeah not sure why players go out of their way to make that point. A good coach is going to put them in the best position to succeed regardless of position they are labeled, but maybe he just feels there is a stigma that comes with being labeled a center meaning his game is limited.
Or maybe he is tired of "reporters" not knowing what they are talking about by placing him in a position he doesn't play.
 

alchemy2u

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Recruiting sites list players at what position they are projected to play in college, not necessarily what they play currently.
Projected by whom? Obviously, projections may vary. I guess the main point here is that he doesn’t consider himself a typical center. That fits well into Pitino’s desire to get versatile players that can move around.


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Parcival

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After watching this workout video of Martice and seeing some of that ballhandling ability....temperature is rising to get him in gold!

CHECK THIS: https://twitter.com/tice23_/status/1053633075836604416
This kid would be a good get. Moves very well for a big man - a lineup of Omersa, Oturu, and Mitchell would have some serious length. Also looks like Mitchell has got some bounce and a serviceable jumper.
 
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GopherOhana

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This kid would be a good get. Moves very well for a big man - a lineup of Omersa, Oturu, and Mitchell would have some serious length. Also looks like Mitchell has got some bounce and a serviceable jumper.
Martice hit a growth spurt before his sophomore year. Before that he was a guard
 

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I could see pitino being a lock for Syracuse if that job opens up. He was raised in NYC and has family in the North East.
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