Michigan St. lost at home to Texas Southern in December. Daily improvement has them where others should be.
Talk is cheap. Let your playing do your talking. West Virginia player yapping didn’t decide the game but it took focus off game.
Some programs will recruit “over” you in a heartbeat. Look at the previous 4 years of recruiting for any pattern in a program.
Many different styles of play are represented. Make sure your final list is compatible with your style of play.
Tyler Harvey of Eastern Washington led D1 in scoring this year. He didn’t have a D1 offer; went D3 and transferred to EW. Persist!
If the pros can use “vitamins”, so can you.
NCAA Selection Sunday: The difference in making it or not sometimes comes down to one game and even one play. Don’t take plays off.
The common denominator for outstanding offensive teams regardless of tempo and system is great floor spacing.
Paraphrasing Adrian Branch: Everyone practices layups-but layups in games are under duress. Prepare for those.
Off-Season Exposure Basketball: You can get exposure and develop at the same time if you’re with the right club. Shop around!
Highest Level Offer: Accepting one’s highest level offer is often a big mistake. Ego and peer pressure are usually the villains.
We saw Stephen Curry’s first 3 college games in 2006. In his first game he had 13 TO’s vs Eastern Michigan. Was he discouraged? The next day he scored 32 points vs Michigan.
Simple Twists of Fate: Crazy things happen in life, basketball games and recruiting. Be prepared when they happen.