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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by SanDakotaState View Post
    He will red-shirt and walk on his first year on campus, but then will be on scholarship the following season. So SDSU will still be 1 over the scholarship limit for the 2017-2018 season.
    Like a "gray" shirt in football? Is that common in bball recruiting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEsocalledfan View Post
    Like a "gray" shirt in football? Is that common in bball recruiting?
    Not as common but from time to time they do happen. We have had a couple recently.

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    thats whats called a 4 for 5 right burgandy?

    that kid looks legit.

    ndsu had Reggie Scurry at football tailgating saturday, hes heading to Missouri State this weekend. MVC team might be hard to beat out
    Can I please come back? Ill put a disclaimer in sig that bisonville isn't responsible for my comments. FBS or BUST enough with this small timey stuff, "Bring on the Competition" is our motto right?

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    Minneapolis North SG Isaac Johnson (6' 4") verbals to Western Illinois

    http://ny2lasports.com/article_one.aspx?articleid=3639

    Also had offers from Hampton and Wisconsin Green Bay

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    South Dakota gets a couple verbals from Texas

    On Wednesday, Walter Prevost, a 6-foot-8 post from Houston committed to USD, and the next day, Stanley Umude, a 6-foot-6 guard/forward from San Antonio, did the same.
    http://m.yankton.net/sports/article_....html?mode=jqm

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    Jacks sign 4 in first class for TJ Otzelberger..Looks like a strong group.

    http://gojacks.com/news/2016/11/9/me...ng-period.aspx

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    http://m.mnbasketballhub.com/news_article/show/742164

    Nice article on a comeback from injury by a Maple Grove MN player.
    6' 4" Tywhon Pickford - 21.2 ppg so far for a 5-1 team. (#2 rank in 4A)
    SDSU is mentioned as one of the teams to have offered, but recently
    Northern Iowa has stepped in with an offer.
    SDSU also long ago offered Pickford's teammate, Brad Davison, but
    Davison went with a QB offer in football instead (Wisconsin).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    http://m.mnbasketballhub.com/news_article/show/742164

    Nice article on a comeback from injury by a Maple Grove MN player.
    6' 4" Tywhon Pickford - 21.2 ppg so far for a 5-1 team. (#2 rank in 4A)
    SDSU is mentioned as one of the teams to have offered, but recently
    Northern Iowa has stepped in with an offer.
    SDSU also long ago offered Pickford's teammate, Brad Davison, but
    Davison went with a QB offer in football instead (Wisconsin).
    Are we dried up on the schollies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinbison View Post
    http://m.mnbasketballhub.com/news_article/show/742164

    Nice article on a comeback from injury by a Maple Grove MN player.
    6' 4" Tywhon Pickford - 21.2 ppg so far for a 5-1 team. (#2 rank in 4A)
    SDSU is mentioned as one of the teams to have offered, but recently
    Northern Iowa has stepped in with an offer.
    SDSU also long ago offered Pickford's teammate, Brad Davison, but
    Davison went with a QB offer in football instead (Wisconsin)
    .
    He actually went with basketball at Wisconsin, although it sounds like he was equally qualified to go the football route as well: http://www.startribune.com/maple-gro...sin/386379791/

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