The future of BYU bball, by position

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Re: The future of BYU bball, by position

Postby BlueK » Wed Dec 14, 2016 1:20 pm

Rose's recruiting. Does anyone else see kind of a hole right before and at the beginning of the transition to the WCC? Keep in mind because of missions that the effect of recruiting classes is usually 2-3 years delayed for us. The quality picked up in a big way after 2012 and the delay means we're just starting to see the result. I don't think 8-9 games into this is time to panic yet. Certainly the Colorado game was encouraging because I think Haws at least seemed to have found the right mental formula moving forward. We'll see how the Illinois game goes.

2007
Chris Collinsworth
Jimmer Fredette
Michal Loyd
Nick Martineau

2008
Charles Abouo
Noah Hartsock

2009
Tyler Haws
Brandon Davies


2010
Kyle Colllinsworth
Anson Winder


2011
Damarcus Harrison
Isaac Neilson
Nate Austin
Ian Harward

2012
Jordan Chatman
Cory Calvert

2013
Eric Mika
Nick Emery
Luke Worthington
Jakob Hartsock
Braiden Shaw
Frank Bartley

2014
TJ Haws
Payton Dastrup
Dalton Nixon
Ryan Andrus
Jake Toolson

2015
Zac Seljaas

2016
Yoeli Childs
Connor Harding
Gavin Baxter



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Re: The future of BYU bball, by position

Postby Mars » Wed Dec 14, 2016 5:03 pm

2011/2012 seem like rough years looking back.


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Re: The future of BYU bball, by position

Postby BlueK » Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:14 am

Mars wrote:2011/2012 seem like rough years looking back.


A couple of recruiting classes in a row that really didn't work out at all. With missions, we're just coming out of the result of it and just barely starting to benefit from the very good classes of 2013-2016. We'll see what happens this Saturday, but after a rough start I really think Haws' improvement over the last 2-3 games is a very good sign that we will still be good this year.




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