Friday, August 3, 2012

Friday's WAC report

Benjamin Haynes makes the case, given the choice, for hitting Europe over the NBA Developmental league. It's a no-brainer for WAC non Babbitt and McGee talents.


Packers90 at the USUFans Stew's Spectrum MB has the latest on one time USU verbal commit Casey Oliverson. Wasn't LA TECH his very first commitment?


It's hard to top an Ivy League school:

Yale picked up a commitment earlier this summer from J.T. Flowers, a six-foot-six big guard from Lincoln High School in Portland, Oregon.  

Flowers graduated in June and will attend Choate Rosemary Hall as a post-graduate next year. He held previous offers from Arizona State, San Francisco, and Idaho among others and shined at the Yale Elite Camp in June.  

With good size and athleticism along with tremendous length, Flowers has the skill set and versatility to play multiple positions and impact the game on both sides of the floor. 

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