Sounds like we'd have to try to lose himper 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."
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.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.
Kids develop quite a bit their last two years of high school.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.