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Arkansas 5
« on: March 31, 2017, 08:47:21 pm »

Anyone know how their doing??? I wasn't able to make it to the game but hope they show out for the fans.  Any info is great info.  #wps
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2017, 08:50:36 pm »

I'm sure someone will post a final but they were up 30 or so last I saw
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2017, 08:52:23 pm »

I'm sure someone will post a final but they were up 30 or so last I saw

Where did you get that score update? I looked everywhere and have not seen anything.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #3 on: March 31, 2017, 08:56:24 pm »

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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2017, 09:00:26 pm »

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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #5 on: March 31, 2017, 09:02:48 pm »

 Arkansas Hawks 91, Dallas Pacers 53 - final - Joe 21, Henderson 19, Perry 15, Sills 9, Stokes 9, Hill 3 points and 11 assists
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #6 on: March 31, 2017, 09:27:27 pm »

Favorite stat Hill 3 pts 11 assist now that's a point guard.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2017, 09:30:31 pm »

Funny thing is Joe is the lowest rated one of them .. he could really blow up with a good summer
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2017, 10:07:58 pm »

Arkansas Hawks 91, Dallas Pacers 53 - final - Joe 21, Henderson 19, Perry 15, Sills 9, Stokes 9, Hill 3 points and 11 assists

Thx bro!! I wonder did the fans come out deep tonight.  #wps
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Re: Arkansas 5
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #10 on: March 31, 2017, 10:16:21 pm »

Thx bro!! I wonder did the fans come out deep tonight.  #wps

Yea they did!!
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #11 on: March 31, 2017, 10:37:55 pm »

Funny thing is Joe is the lowest rated one of them .. he could really blow up with a good summer

I think he will...Kid has a pretty good stroke.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #12 on: March 31, 2017, 11:56:45 pm »

Went to the game.  Here some quick thoughts.

Overall - That game started with high energy.  House was packed (P.A.R.K court 1).  I've been to a few of these Real Deals and the speed of this Hog 5 was truly exceptional.  Felt like a big time game for about 2 minutes.  But after multiple traps, steals, runs, Joe hitting 3 back to back to back silky smooth 3s, Henderson flying around the basket making dunks and put backs at will it was 21-6.  Game over and it turned into an all star game against an unmatched opponent.  Fun to watch though.  Oh yeah.... their defense was stifling full court trapping Hawg Ball!  Their opponent could not get it across the timeline on most occasions until they called off the heat.

Justice Hill - TRUE POINT GUARD!  Without a doubt the fastest player on the court with great vision.  Can't remember exactly but he sped and dished dimes at least two of the three Joe 3 pointers early, then was toying with their defense the rest of the game.  11 assists.  He did make a few drives into the lane that initially looked fantastic but got packed trying a Kareem Reid dipsy doodle.  He won't get away with that in the SEC for sure.  If he's got Henderson, Perry and Joe to pitch to he won't need that move.  High energy when he's on and goes after rebounds.  Can fly above the rim with ease.

Isaiah Joe - Going to be the best shooter since Dusty Hannahs when he arrives.  I know I hear all about CJ Jones shooting ability but I don't see it like I do with Joe.  Don't get me wrong CJ will step up next year but he'll have competition the next.  Aside from Joe's good form and high percentage.... he can play some defense!  That will get him on the court and he will deliver.  I would guess better than 50% from three in this game.

Ethan Henderson - I was really surprised with this kid.  Haven't seen much talk at all about him and he hasn't filled up the Parkview stat sheet that I know of, but he was a bundle of energy and one highlight dunk after the other.  Dunks usually don't impress me that much but his energy and desire to be where he needed to be made them impressive.  Great rim protector and good defense.  He did over pursue a few times defending some guards that were quicker than him but that will be corrected in MA's D.  Exciting to watch Ethan.  He needs more press!

Desi Sills - Seemed quiet offensively (9pts), but lock down defender.  Every trap they made he was a part of.  Always had great position crouched low with hands moving up from the floor.  Sills Defense will get him on the floor often for MA.

Reggie Perry - Big.... Power.... Forward!  During warm ups I though "this guy is going to crush them!"  And I think he would have if not for Henderson being the Tasmanian devil running the floor and slamming everything that got close to the rim.  Again I think that the game got out of hand so quick that Perry began coasting.  Spent some time out around the 3 point line, even made one, but when he got into the middle and needed to grab a board and tip it or stick it back.... he did with ease.  Their opponent had no size to combat Perry and Henderson.  I'd love to see him against some competition.... I bet he turns it on!

They had another big.... and I mean BIG PF that would spell Perry and Henderson.  Dude could move three guys out of his way to get to the rim.  Made a clear out down the baseline on 2 defenders and shot the ball over the back of the backboard and swished it like he did it all the time!  Not sure who he was.

Again overall these guys had exceptional speed, energy and I think above all DEFENSE!  I know they were way over matched for their opponent but you could see their trapping defense and running ability is going to be special as they move towards the next level. 

I'm no analyst but that's what I saw.   
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #13 on: April 01, 2017, 08:00:01 am »

Went to the game.  Here some quick thoughts.

Overall - That game started with high energy.  House was packed (P.A.R.K court 1).  I've been to a few of these Real Deals and the speed of this Hog 5 was truly exceptional.  Felt like a big time game for about 2 minutes.  But after multiple traps, steals, runs, Joe hitting 3 back to back to back silky smooth 3s, Henderson flying around the basket making dunks and put backs at will it was 21-6.  Game over and it turned into an all star game against an unmatched opponent.  Fun to watch though.  Oh yeah.... their defense was stifling full court trapping Hawg Ball!  Their opponent could not get it across the timeline on most occasions until they called off the heat.

Justice Hill - TRUE POINT GUARD!  Without a doubt the fastest player on the court with great vision.  Can't remember exactly but he sped and dished dimes at least two of the three Joe 3 pointers early, then was toying with their defense the rest of the game.  11 assists.  He did make a few drives into the lane that initially looked fantastic but got packed trying a Kareem Reid dipsy doodle.  He won't get away with that in the SEC for sure.  If he's got Henderson, Perry and Joe to pitch to he won't need that move.  High energy when he's on and goes after rebounds.  Can fly above the rim with ease.

Isaiah Joe - Going to be the best shooter since Dusty Hannahs when he arrives.  I know I hear all about CJ Jones shooting ability but I don't see it like I do with Joe.  Don't get me wrong CJ will step up next year but he'll have competition the next.  Aside from Joe's good form and high percentage.... he can play some defense!  That will get him on the court and he will deliver.  I would guess better than 50% from three in this game.

Ethan Henderson - I was really surprised with this kid.  Haven't seen much talk at all about him and he hasn't filled up the Parkview stat sheet that I know of, but he was a bundle of energy and one highlight dunk after the other.  Dunks usually don't impress me that much but his energy and desire to be where he needed to be made them impressive.  Great rim protector and good defense.  He did over pursue a few times defending some guards that were quicker than him but that will be corrected in MA's D.  Exciting to watch Ethan.  He needs more press!

Desi Sills - Seemed quiet offensively (9pts), but lock down defender.  Every trap they made he was a part of.  Always had great position crouched low with hands moving up from the floor.  Sills Defense will get him on the floor often for MA.

Reggie Perry - Big.... Power.... Forward!  During warm ups I though "this guy is going to crush them!"  And I think he would have if not for Henderson being the Tasmanian devil running the floor and slamming everything that got close to the rim.  Again I think that the game got out of hand so quick that Perry began coasting.  Spent some time out around the 3 point line, even made one, but when he got into the middle and needed to grab a board and tip it or stick it back.... he did with ease.  Their opponent had no size to combat Perry and Henderson.  I'd love to see him against some competition.... I bet he turns it on!

They had another big.... and I mean BIG PF that would spell Perry and Henderson.  Dude could move three guys out of his way to get to the rim.  Made a clear out down the baseline on 2 defenders and shot the ball over the back of the backboard and swished it like he did it all the time!  Not sure who he was.

Again overall these guys had exceptional speed, energy and I think above all DEFENSE!  I know they were way over matched for their opponent but you could see their trapping defense and running ability is going to be special as they move towards the next level. 

I'm no analyst but that's what I saw.

Thx for the post bro!
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #14 on: April 01, 2017, 02:22:29 pm »

I saw a few highlights on the news last night. Beard, Hannahs, Justin Thomas were also there.

They also showed some clips of Zion Williamson. Wow, what a beast.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #15 on: April 01, 2017, 02:46:22 pm »

Arkansas Hawks 84, Atlanta Celtics 61 - final - Perry 19 points, Joe 17, Stokes 14, Hill 13, Sills 7, Henderson 8, Weaver 7
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #16 on: April 01, 2017, 02:49:01 pm »

Arkansas Hawks 84, Atlanta Celtics 61 - final - Perry 19 points, Joe 17, Stokes 14, Hill 13, Sills 7, Henderson 8, Weaver 7

Perry 19 pts, 8 rb, 5 blk, 4 stl - pretty complete game!  Plus he went up against 5-star EJ Montgomery (Aubbie commit) who ONLY finished w/5 pts, 7 rebs, & 5 turnovers ... I would take our 4 star over their 5 star any day!
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #17 on: April 01, 2017, 03:02:30 pm »

Went to the game.  Here some quick thoughts.

Overall - That game started with high energy.  House was packed (P.A.R.K court 1).  I've been to a few of these Real Deals and the speed of this Hog 5 was truly exceptional.  Felt like a big time game for about 2 minutes.  But after multiple traps, steals, runs, Joe hitting 3 back to back to back silky smooth 3s, Henderson flying around the basket making dunks and put backs at will it was 21-6.  Game over and it turned into an all star game against an unmatched opponent.  Fun to watch though.  Oh yeah.... their defense was stifling full court trapping Hawg Ball!  Their opponent could not get it across the timeline on most occasions until they called off the heat.

Justice Hill - TRUE POINT GUARD!  Without a doubt the fastest player on the court with great vision.  Can't remember exactly but he sped and dished dimes at least two of the three Joe 3 pointers early, then was toying with their defense the rest of the game.  11 assists.  He did make a few drives into the lane that initially looked fantastic but got packed trying a Kareem Reid dipsy doodle.  He won't get away with that in the SEC for sure.  If he's got Henderson, Perry and Joe to pitch to he won't need that move.  High energy when he's on and goes after rebounds.  Can fly above the rim with ease.

Isaiah Joe - Going to be the best shooter since Dusty Hannahs when he arrives.  I know I hear all about CJ Jones shooting ability but I don't see it like I do with Joe.  Don't get me wrong CJ will step up next year but he'll have competition the next.  Aside from Joe's good form and high percentage.... he can play some defense!  That will get him on the court and he will deliver.  I would guess better than 50% from three in this game.

Ethan Henderson - I was really surprised with this kid.  Haven't seen much talk at all about him and he hasn't filled up the Parkview stat sheet that I know of, but he was a bundle of energy and one highlight dunk after the other.  Dunks usually don't impress me that much but his energy and desire to be where he needed to be made them impressive.  Great rim protector and good defense.  He did over pursue a few times defending some guards that were quicker than him but that will be corrected in MA's D.  Exciting to watch Ethan.  He needs more press!

Desi Sills - Seemed quiet offensively (9pts), but lock down defender.  Every trap they made he was a part of.  Always had great position crouched low with hands moving up from the floor.  Sills Defense will get him on the floor often for MA.

Reggie Perry - Big.... Power.... Forward!  During warm ups I though "this guy is going to crush them!"  And I think he would have if not for Henderson being the Tasmanian devil running the floor and slamming everything that got close to the rim.  Again I think that the game got out of hand so quick that Perry began coasting.  Spent some time out around the 3 point line, even made one, but when he got into the middle and needed to grab a board and tip it or stick it back.... he did with ease.  Their opponent had no size to combat Perry and Henderson.  I'd love to see him against some competition.... I bet he turns it on!

They had another big.... and I mean BIG PF that would spell Perry and Henderson.  Dude could move three guys out of his way to get to the rim.  Made a clear out down the baseline on 2 defenders and shot the ball over the back of the backboard and swished it like he did it all the time!  Not sure who he was.

Again overall these guys had exceptional speed, energy and I think above all DEFENSE!  I know they were way over matched for their opponent but you could see their trapping defense and running ability is going to be special as they move towards the next level. 

I'm no analyst but that's what I saw.
I am pretty sure the big kid you are talking about is Stokes from Parkview
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #18 on: April 01, 2017, 03:57:06 pm »

Perry 19 pts, 8 rb, 5 blk, 4 stl - pretty complete game!  Plus he went up against 5-star EJ Montgomery (Aubbie commit) who ONLY finished w/5 pts, 7 rebs, & 5 turnovers ... I would take our 4 star over their 5 star any day!

That's pretty impressive forgot about him being on that team thanks !
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #19 on: April 01, 2017, 04:20:24 pm »

My gosh, Justice Hill is a helluva ball player - 21 assists totaled in the first 2 games, super intelligent, bigtime charisma, and high energy.  Plus he is super excited to get on the Hill, to the point where he is seriously talking about taking extra classes so he can get up the Hill a year early with the rest of his Hawks teammates.  IMO, he will be one of the best true point guards to ever play for the Hogs when it is all said and done!

Wow, I am just getting so damn excited after watching these up and comers play! Go Hogs!
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #20 on: April 01, 2017, 04:57:54 pm »

My gosh, Justice Hill is a helluva ball player - 21 assists totaled in the first 2 games, super intelligent, bigtime charisma, and high energy.  Plus he is super excited to get on the Hill, to the point where he is seriously talking about taking extra classes so he can get up the Hill a year early with the rest of his Hawks teammates.  IMO, he will be one of the best true point guards to ever play for the Hogs when it is all said and done!

Wow, I am just getting so damn excited after watching these up and comers play! Go Hogs!

I have to agree.  Doesn't quite have the size that Beck had but his command of the court could be unmatched in Hog history
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #21 on: April 01, 2017, 08:38:27 pm »

He could grow some I mean he is literally in the 10th grade .. prolly 16
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #22 on: April 01, 2017, 11:53:09 pm »

Isaiah Joe led the team to victory again tonight with 26 pts, 8 rbs and 5 steals! He now leads the team with 65 points through 3 games!

I mean hell - he is the lowest 2018 recruit we have, but that won't last long if he keeps this up. He looks to jump a bunch of spots in the rankings if he keeps having these consistent stats competing against the top talent in the country during these huge tourneys...

He has one of the smoothest strokes I've ever seen, and he can get himself open for the 3 - very creative in this aspect. Has no problem popping the 3 when someone is right is his face either and is a bit taller than some of other greatest 3 pt shooters at Arkansas.  All this should lead to, dare I say, the best 3 pt shooter in Razorback history.  I don't think you could convince me that he doesn't have a great chance to accomplish that.
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« Reply #23 on: April 02, 2017, 01:26:57 am »

Isaiah Joe led the team to victory again tonight with 26 pts, 8 rbs and 5 steals! He now leads the team with 65 points through 3 games!

I mean hell - he is the lowest 2018 recruit we have, but that won't last long if he keeps this up. He looks to jump a bunch of spots in the rankings if he keeps having these consistent stats competing against the top talent in the country during these huge tourneys...

He has one of the smoothest strokes I've ever seen, and he can get himself open for the 3 - very creative in this aspect. Has no problem popping the 3 when someone is right is his face either and is a bit taller than some of other greatest 3 pt shooters at Arkansas.  All this should lead to, dare I say, the best 3 pt shooter in Razorback history.  I don't think you could convince me that he doesn't have a great chance to accomplish that.

The size and base ability are all there. But lets not put pressure on these kids before they even get to college. If they set records, they set records and we'll cheer em on till the day we die... But to just go out and say that is a big ask for a 17-18 year old kid.
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« Reply #24 on: April 02, 2017, 11:22:20 am »

https://twitter.com/ARHoopScoop/status/848552432317681671

These two with Gafford will give Arkansas our most talented front court in a long time. Then throw in Bailey and Hazen (if he stays).
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« Reply #25 on: April 02, 2017, 11:37:43 am »

Oh, and you'll have this guy on the wing:  https://twitter.com/ARHoopScoop/status/848273174538092544
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #26 on: April 02, 2017, 12:01:14 pm »

https://twitter.com/ARHoopScoop/status/848552432317681671

These two with Gafford will give Arkansas our most talented front court in a long time. Then throw in Bailey and Hazen (if he stays).

who was doing the handling and who was doing the dunking?
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« Reply #27 on: April 02, 2017, 12:18:41 pm »

Perry with the handles Henderson with the dunk.
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« Reply #28 on: April 02, 2017, 12:20:20 pm »

https://twitter.com/ARHoopScoop/status/848552432317681671

These two with Gafford will give Arkansas our most talented front court in a long time. Then throw in Bailey and Hazen (if he stays).

Things are looking good.  Stacking great recruiting class after great recruiting class and getting year after year continuity may get us to the promised lands.
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« Reply #29 on: April 02, 2017, 12:56:36 pm »

We are definitely going to be more talented top to bottom in 2 years than we have been since Corliss left.  Everything will just hinge on how they develop and how long they play together as to how far that takes us.  Looks like we will be a tournament team for at least the next 4 years at a minimum.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #30 on: April 02, 2017, 02:40:30 pm »

I'm really looking forward to Ethan Henderson growing his game on the Hill. I've watched him play several times and his game is inside the paint on offense. He is not afraid to throw it down but will his game expand on the next level.

Joe and Perry have elite level skill sets that will translate quickly to the college game. Desi is going to get after you on both ends and Justice is the QB.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #31 on: April 02, 2017, 03:16:22 pm »

My gosh, Justice Hill is a helluva ball player - 21 assists totaled in the first 2 games, super intelligent, bigtime charisma, and high energy.  Plus he is super excited to get on the Hill, to the point where he is seriously talking about taking extra classes so he can get up the Hill a year early with the rest of his Hawks teammates.  IMO, he will be one of the best true point guards to ever play for the Hogs when it is all said and done!

Wow, I am just getting so damn excited after watching these up and comers play! Go Hogs!
+1000. i can not wait.
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« Reply #32 on: April 02, 2017, 03:36:07 pm »

Joe's jumper is effortless. Reminds me of Scotty Thurman. He looks taller than 6'2
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« Reply #33 on: April 02, 2017, 03:56:39 pm »

Joe's jumper is effortless. Reminds me of Scotty Thurman. He looks taller than 6'2

Isaiah Joe is a solid 6'4" now. Reports are he may not be done growing. If he reaches 6'6", he will be the next Scotty Thurman.
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« Reply #34 on: April 02, 2017, 05:06:29 pm »

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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #35 on: April 02, 2017, 05:23:35 pm »

Lost in the championship game by 1 to team Marcus Smart for the Real Deal 17u title.

Damn. Who's on that team?
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #36 on: April 02, 2017, 07:40:42 pm »

Funny thing is Joe is the lowest rated one of them .. he could really blow up with a good summer
I posted about Joe earlier at the end of the season. Joe is about 6/4 long arms and he is a pure of a shooter as you can see. He plays the game the right way. I'm telling you he's a first day starter. Very under rated player just wait and see. Handles the ball very well left or right and is very athletic.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #37 on: April 02, 2017, 08:37:13 pm »

I posted my All Arkansas team stuff in another thread on here that I wrote for SportingLifeArkansas.com, and I go into detail about the all-around player that Joe is (made my 1st-team All Arkansas). Strangley, he's ranked 147th in the national composite done by 247Sports -- a 3-star -- but ESPN ranks him a 4-star, Scout had him in the Top 100 and a 4-star, and Lindy's Sports ranks him the No. 35 prospect in the entire 2018 class. And those are based off post-2016 grassroots rankings.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #38 on: April 02, 2017, 10:54:22 pm »

I posted my All Arkansas team stuff in another thread on here that I wrote for SportingLifeArkansas.com, and I go into detail about the all-around player that Joe is (made my 1st-team All Arkansas). Strangley, he's ranked 147th in the national composite done by 247Sports -- a 3-star -- but ESPN ranks him a 4-star, Scout had him in the Top 100 and a 4-star, and Lindy's Sports ranks him the No. 35 prospect in the entire 2018 class. And those are based off post-2016 grassroots rankings.

Look like he's playing with more confidence.  He is the second best prospect on that team in my opinion.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #40 on: April 03, 2017, 10:36:18 am »

http://www.ygc36hoops.com/2018  - Here's their roster

http://247sports.com/Player/Grant-Sherfield-91805

http://247sports.com/Player/Jalen-Wilson-45572947

http://247sports.com/Player/Zac-Watson-46036681

http://247sports.com/Player/Kyler-Edwards-46035652

http://247sports.com/Player/Isaac-Likekele-46035735


These are just some of the 247 pages I could dig up on these guys. They definitely have some studs especially on the perimeter

Thanks friend. Pretty decent talent. Probably were jacked to prove themselves against a team with 5 D1 signees going to UA. Not too far from the Dallas area. Hog 5 better get ready to get the best shot of a lot of unheralded teams out there.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #41 on: April 03, 2017, 12:39:01 pm »

Thanks friend. Pretty decent talent. Probably were jacked to prove themselves against a team with 5 D1 signees going to UA. Not too far from the Dallas area. Hog 5 better get ready to get the best shot of a lot of unheralded teams out there.

They really should've won the game.  They missed so many layups including in the final minutes.  One thing that drove me crazy is they took way too many jump shots when perry and henderson had the advantage inside.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #42 on: April 03, 2017, 12:55:25 pm »

How would Justice Hill do in a game of one-on-one against Tevin Brewer?
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #43 on: April 03, 2017, 10:09:29 pm »

Is hill a Joel berry type ?
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #44 on: April 04, 2017, 06:50:08 pm »

How would Justice Hill do in a game of one-on-one against Tevin Brewer?

Great question. Brewer's 2 years older and is a one-on-one machine, while Hill is a true PG. However, Hill is 3-4 inches taller and more athletic ... and it's not like Hill can't score at all 3 levels, because he can. Would be an interesting matchup.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #45 on: April 04, 2017, 07:45:10 pm »

Great question. Brewer's 2 years older and is a one-on-one machine, while Hill is a true PG. However, Hill is 3-4 inches taller and more athletic ... and it's not like Hill can't score at all 3 levels, because he can. Would be an interesting matchup.

Where do you think he'll end up after his de-commit from UAFS?
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #46 on: April 05, 2017, 10:11:39 am »

Where do you think he'll end up after his de-commit from UAFS?
Like I said before, I hope he ends up back at UAFS instead of someplace like Southern Miss.  Or some other competitive program in a lower classification.
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #47 on: April 06, 2017, 09:31:33 am »

Great question. Brewer's 2 years older and is a one-on-one machine, while Hill is a true PG. However, Hill is 3-4 inches taller and more athletic ... and it's not like Hill can't score at all 3 levels, because he can. Would be an interesting matchup.
2 years older?  isn't Justice a 2018 graduate?
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Re: Arkansas 5
« Reply #48 on: April 06, 2017, 10:26:00 am »

2 years older?  isn't Justice a 2018 graduate?
Yes he is of the age of most 2018 graduates. Although some 2018 graduates could or should be 2017 graduates. So maybe he means he's 2 grades wiser....lol

As of right now Justice is a 2019 graduate unless he reclassifies.
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« Reply #49 on: April 06, 2017, 05:43:52 pm »

Yes he is of the age of most 2018 graduates. Although some 2018 graduates could or should be 2017 graduates. So maybe he means he's 2 grades wiser....lol

As of right now Justice is a 2019 graduate unless he reclassifies.

Yes, Justice is 2018 age-wise, but 2019 in actual experience and classification (for now).
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