All Things Chase Carter Recruitment Thread (Class of 2022, Randy's Son, U Offered)

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Wasn’t he 2021 like that other guard at Minnehaha who is now 2022?
 

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per Sisk:

The Vanderbilt coaching staff showed again that they are not afraid to go in early after a younger player when they extended an offer to 2022 forward, Chase Carter.

The 6-foot-6 rising sophomore out of Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis picked up two offers on Friday: one from the Commodores and the other from Minnesota. They join Florida, West Virginia, and Hampton.

The last point is not lost on Randy Carter who not only coaches at Minnehaha, but is also Chase's father.

"Chase played 16U for Grassroots Sizzle. Jalen Suggs' younger team. So Stackhouse has been in communication with these guys all of the time. Since he got the job he's been coming around and he's been saying, 'Hey, we've got to get into Minnesota. We've got to see theses kids. We've got to see what's going on.' Now he's thinking we're going to try to get these kids young and recruiting them, and let them know that we're interested. Let them know that we would love to have them play."

Coach Carter told VandySports.com that he not only likes how Stackhouse is recruiting his players but also the fact that he is not scared to go in early after them.

"I like what Stackhouse is trying to do, just trying to turn the program around. In today's game, you've got to start young. Coaches are super-reluctant to do it because we're old school. Do you know how much could possibly change in the next two years? But as a coach you have to ask yourself if you're going to take that chance or not."

The father is a basketball lifer who besides coaching and playing with the Gophers also spent time with the Minnesota Timberwolves. He was able to critique his son's game from not only a coach's perspective but from his own playing experiences.

"When you watch him, Chase is a kid for me that doesn't jump off the pages at you. He's just a solid all around kid. He's and IQ kid that does everything. He's. a 6-6 post player. He's a 6-6- power forward with the ability to handle the ball and shoot the three. More importantly though he's. a playmaker. The player that comes to mind when we talk about when people talk about Chase; he's a poor man's Draymond Green. When I say poor man, you understand what I'm saying. He's not there yet, not even close. But his ability at the end of any given night, Chase's typical stat line will be 15 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, and will take 3 charges, 1 block. He's been such a late bloomer. He's still coming into his body. For me, that has been the best part of his game. He hasn't been able to rely on athleticism. He has to think the game. So footwork, post moves, understanding where everybody is on the floor, kind of like a point forward."

Coach Carter admits he tries to keep his son humble, but what is not in doubt is that a rising sophomore already picking up four Power Five offers is impressive.

"There's a lot of potential there. When you watch this kid play, and the little things that he does, it's like I see if this kid continues to develop this is going to be a problem. I think that's. what people are seeing. I'm probably his biggest critic. I'm like we've got to do better. We've got to do better. So right now he has to continue to push himself and develop. I think a lot of this is still based on potential because his upside is what's crazy."

https://vanderbilt.rivals.com/news/vanderbilt-extends-offer-to-2022-chase-carter

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So he's transferring from Maranatha to Minnehaha? That Minnehaha team is going to be unfair.
 

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per Ryan:

So what was the Minnesota offer like for Chase?

"It’s always been my dream since I’ve been little to be a Gopher just like my dad," Chase said. "He’s told me that Minnesota treated him and his teammates like family and more than just basketball players. He said that’s why so many people who went to the University of Minnesota are still living here to this day."

https://247sports.com/college/minne...hard-Pitino-Minnehaha-Academy-2022-134501757/

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Ha Ha will be the first high school team in mn to have 4 players concurrently holding high major D1 basketball offers
 

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Ha Ha will be the first high school team in mn to have 4 players concurrently holding high major D1 basketball offers
And 5 holding D1 offers with Lockett back.
 

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They would win the big school tournament or at least be a favorite.
 

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per Ryan:

So what was the Minnesota offer like for Chase?

"It’s always been my dream since I’ve been little to be a Gopher just like my dad," Chase said. "He’s told me that Minnesota treated him and his teammates like family and more than just basketball players. He said that’s why so many people who went to the University of Minnesota are still living here to this day."

https://247sports.com/college/minne...hard-Pitino-Minnehaha-Academy-2022-134501757/

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Sounds like we'd have to try to lose him
 

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On a deep Minnehaha team this guy barley gets more than 10 minutes a game. He will have a bigger role next year as Minnehaha graduates three seniors who play big minutes. Anyone have more insight on him and Elvis Nnaji? They must really play a lot better in AAU.
 
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On a deep Minnehaha team this guy barley gets more than 10 minutes a game. He will have a bigger role next year as Minnehaha graduates three seniors who play big minutes. Anyone have more insight on him and Elvis Nnaji? They must really play a lot better in AAU.
Both are young and talented. Nnaji is still pretty raw. Development for kids from their sophomore to their Junior years is typically pretty big. Both play more on their AAU team, but those are stacked too. I think it's a flaw (one of many) in the system honestly.
 

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I don't see anything high major about Chase. He doesn't have much athleticism, way too slow to guard 3s & stretch 4s, too short to play 5, and not even a great rebounder for his size. Maybe I am missing something but I definitely don't see it with him.
 

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I don't see anything high major about Chase. He doesn't have much athleticism, way too slow to guard 3s & stretch 4s, too short to play 5, and not even a great rebounder for his size. Maybe I am missing something but I definitely don't see it with him.
Kids develop quite a bit their last two years of high school.
 

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Carter doesn’t do much for me.

Holloman is unreal. His quickness is next level. He makes really quick guards look slow.

Chet is well, we all know Chet.

I like Aligbe a lot. Offensive game needs some work but he is a stud athlete and can score.

Hercy Miller surprised me. Better than I expected. Really strong and athletic.
 
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