Monday, April 12, 2010

This batch of links is much better than this morning's group

 Let's dive right into it:

Bumpus and Utah State have endorsed each other for 2010.

Jared Eborn is reporting that Harcum (Philadelphia) Community College's Antonio Bumpus has accepted the offer of an Aggie scholarship. He's a 6-foot-4 shooting guard. Go here.

What's been the most interesting aspect of USU the past few years is the bringing in of junior college backcourters of which a number later decided to head elsewhere. See Richard Sirju, Desmond Stephens and DeUndrae Spraggins. Did we miss any?

Bumpus decided on Logan even without experiencing the 'crowd' at The Spectrum. Do break the existence of Bill Sproat to him gently and definitely stress he's on the side of the Blue Crew.

This latest addition makes it seem that backcourter Steven Thornton, out of Stoneridge Prep, is no longer a player of interest for Stew Morrill. 


Daniel Lyght checks in here on The Jahmar Young Situation -- which is not to be confused with The Jimi Hendrix Experience but is reaching a similar level of bizarre-ability (if we can invent a word). The headline above the article perfectly captures the yin-yang of Young's Las Cruces tenure so far.


Tony Jones has a scoop here on the recruitment of Stephen Rogers, breaking some news. Hint: Provo or Logan? Logan or Provo? The PTW gut-meter still feels Rogers will go with the less-scripted offensive system but who knows besides Mr. Rogers and yes, The Shadow.


Nick Jezierny provides some new information here on the Disappearing Greg Graham Recruiting Class. You can't pick your in-laws but you can with your own recruits.


Chris Murray checks in here with more on the Luke Babbitt Decision-To-Be, plus a new offer extended by David Carter to a SoCal frontcourter. Chris also offers a link here to an Andy Katz piece on Leon Rice.

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