According to his AAU team’s Twitter feed, Ian Krishnan committed to Central Connecticut State on Sunday, becoming the fifth member of the upcoming recruiting class and further contributing to a roster crunch. Krishnan, a 6’2” combo guard from Clarksburg, MD, prepped at Proctor Academy (NH) this past season and improved his stock quite a bit. New England Recruiting Report recently featured Krishnan in its “Best Available 2018 Guards” piece, describing him as a “A former two-sp
In this day and age of basketball (both college and pro), it’s no secret that the three-point shot is en vogue. And rightly so…they count for three points, ya know. That’s more than two. This is the primary reason many teams have eschewed two point jump shots in favor of the three-ball, as well as for higher percentage two-point shots (i.e. layups and bunnies in the paint). If you disagree with this general premise, you don’t have to take my word for it. You can take his and
Man, Donyell Marshall loves his long wings. Jamir Coleman, a JUCO forward from San Antonio, committed to CCSU on Sunday evening, according to his Twitter page. Coleman, who is listed at 6’6”, is an athletic “big wing” who has shown an ability to shoot it from deep, as well as put it on the floor and create his own shot. Coleman played this past season at South Plains College, which won the NJCAA National Championship last week. He got limited playing time for the Texans, aver
I plan on doing regular recruiting updates going forward. How regular? I don’t know. Maybe once per month, more frequently when the situation warrants. Most information is found via verbalcommits, which is a great resource for any hoops fan. One thing of note: when looking at future recruiting classes, the player names are irrelevant at this point (unless they’ve committed). Focus more on the positions/sizes/types of players that are being recruited. Also, positions are per V
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