All Things Steven Crowl Thread (UPDATED: Crowl commits to UW)

Kid can play. Good low post footwork and good low post moves. He can shoot from three and has a nice stroke. Crowl more than held his own against Carlson in the State Tournament.
 

abrams

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Not very impressed with him. I've seen him play several times, could be a late developer kid. Who knows.
 

abrams

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I've seen him play two or three times when Eastview plays PL. Dawson and Robert Jones dominate him. I view him as a Colorado State, UW - Milwaukee, Montana State mid-major big man.
 

march madness

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Robert Jones is quite athletic and was over shadowed by Garcia at PL. I think Denver is going to love him. They usually play a 6-8 guy in the middle.
 
Allegedly did an unofficial visit to minnesota recently per Ryan James, couldn't read the article though because it was VIP access only
 

BleedGopher

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per Marcus:

Eight big names

Ben Carlson 6-9 PF East Ridge: One of the state’s top rebounders, Carlson has most of the Big Ten after him, but Stanford is trying hard to lure him.

Steven Crowl 6-11 C Eastview: Relatively unknown nationally before a breakout spring as a highly-skilled big man for D1 Minnesota’s AAU program.

Dain Dainja 6-9 PF Park Center: His father, Dana Jackson, played for the Gophers, but Dainja decided last month to take his powerful post game to Baylor.

Dawson Garcia 6-11 PF Prior Lake: Garcia’s three-point range and mobility for his height has blue bloods looking at Minnesota again, one class after Duke signed Matthew Hurt.

Gabe Madsen 6-6 SG Rochester Mayo: Flashy scorer exploded for 53 points and 12 threes in a game last season. He recently picked up a Gopher offer.

Mason Madsen 6-3 PG Rochester Mayo: His twin brother, Gabe, has bigger offers, but Mason’s steady play might make some high majors offer them both.

Jalen Suggs 6-4 PG Minnehaha Academy: Two-sport standout and one of the state’s best athletes ever is leaning toward deciding in August to possibly stick with college hoops.

Kerwin Walton 6-5 SG Hopkins: Three-point shooting and defense are his specialties, which earned him offers from the Big Ten, Big East and Pac-12.

http://www.startribune.com/get-to-know-the-minnesotans-of-the-2020-class/512565352/

Go Gophers!!
 

builtbadgers

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Crowl would be a great get. Redshirt him and then by year 3 you can have someone special. The non blue bloods have found tremendous success using redshirts.
 

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