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    Ndsu committed junior Jordan Meidinger had 23 points including 2 dunks, 10 boards, and 3 blocks. @J0rdanMeidinger @NDSUonScout
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    not a BBall recruiting nut, so sorry for the dumb question but when can the 2017 kids sign?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjbison View Post
    not a BBall recruiting nut, so sorry for the dumb question but when can the 2017 kids sign?
    In the fall...I think sometime in November.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDSUstudent View Post
    In the fall...I think sometime in November.
    Is Jordan getting any other looks NDSU should be worried about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjbison View Post
    Is Jordan getting any other looks NDSU should be worried about?

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    I'm sure he will in due time if he isn't, especially if he plays AAU in the summer.

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    From Ryan James:

    Former NDSU commit Siman Sem had a big Friday night. Sem is a 2017 shooting guard


    Was this kid once committed to NDSU? What happened there? I know nothing about him.

    Edit: Nevermind. I did some more searching and just saw he's just keeping his options open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDSUAlum08 View Post
    From Ryan James:

    Former NDSU commit Siman Sem had a big Friday night. Sem is a 2017 shooting guard


    Was this kid once committed to NDSU? What happened there? I know nothing about him.

    Edit: Nevermind. I did some more searching and just saw he's just keeping his options open.
    I believe that was a mutual parting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    Has anyone watched Lake Park-Audubon play? 15 game winning streak.
    They have a 6' 10" junior center, Jesse Bergh. 21 ppg, 11 rpg, 4 blk/ game
    Shooting 65% on the season.

    http://www.inforum.com/sports/393961...l-thinking-big

    Lake Park Audubon now 19-4 on the season, Jesse Bergh with 26 points.

    http://www.inforum.com/sports/394170...h-straight-win
    Sounds like Bergh is late to start playing the game, Dom saying in this
    video that the 6' 10" Bergh walked in the gym last season and asked to play
    (what a problem for a new Coach at a small school to have ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    Sounds like Bergh is late to start playing the game, Dom saying in this
    video that the 6' 10" Bergh walked in the gym last season and asked to play
    (what a problem for a new Coach at a small school to have ).

    http://www.wday.com/sports/high-scho...ing-win-streak
    So no one saw him around school before that and asked him to play? Lake Park is a bigger school than I thought. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    Sounds like Bergh is late to start playing the game, Dom saying in this
    video that the 6' 10" Bergh walked in the gym last season and asked to play
    (what a problem for a new Coach at a small school to have ).

    http://www.wday.com/sports/high-scho...ing-win-streak
    I'm from Lake Park and have gone to quite a few games this year. A couple things about Jesse:

    1. Home-schooled kid, so never played any school-based basketball until he literally just showed up at the start of his 10th grade season.

    2. Was growing like the proverbial weed last year in 10th grade and had knee & endurance issues due to that phenomenal growth spurt. MUCH different this year: plays more smoothly without the pain and able to play many more minutes per night, so his endurance is great to see. Last home game I saw he played all but the last few minutes, so about a 33 minute night for him.

    3. With 1 1/2 years of coaching, his skills have improved greatly. Getting a nice touch on his jump shot & using the backboard. Averaging 20+ points per game, but the most dunks I have seen in a game from him are 2, so he does not rely on that for scoring. Can make some sharp passes from the high post when double-teamed: the give-and-go and passing to someone making the backside cut to the basket.

    No way do I claim to be a judge of talent, I'll leave that to the professionals. But, I suspect that Jesse will be playing somewhere after high school. A redshirt freshman year would do him good to bulk up, get stronger, and improve his fundamentals. Remember, this kid has been coached for only 1 1/2 years.

    Until then, enjoy the ride! Raiders are on a 16 game winning streak as of February 9th!
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