Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The Day After Digest (Utah State style)

Here's more on Rashad (brother of you-know-who) Muhammad who was just offered by Utah State:

Kyle Goon checks in.

ESPN's Joel Francisco after recently viewing Muhammad:

Best Shooter
Rashad Muhammad (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman)
2013, SG, 6-4, 165
Status: Utah State is his only offer, but more will be on the way
Muhammad has improved as much as any prospect out west, and that ascension began in July. Does he have a slender frame? Yes. However, he can convert buckets at all three levels and his 3-point shot is feathery. In addition, he displayed a hunger to lead his team in clutch situations.
The same for Eric Bossi:
For the first three years of his high school career, Muhammad lived in the shadow of his older brother Shabazz. With 2012's No. 1 player in the Rivals150 off having a great freshman year at UCLA, Rashad has blossomed and taken his game to a new level. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard admitted to Rivals that his focus probably wasn't where it should have been in the past, but he's locked in now. A long and rangy jump shooter, Muhammad has a new-found level of confidence and is much improved as a driver of the basketball. Utah State is the three-star's only offer to this point, but more will be coming in the near future.

Kyle also offers some quotes and notes on the Utah State program.

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