If he’s anything like our last transfer from an NEC school, sign him up!While the BW is apparently content with allowing fake news to sit for 12 hours and counting on Marcellus Earlington from St John's, my eye was caught by Unfurled's report from yesterday on Bryant's Michael Green III. The only time I saw Bryant this year was in the last 10 minutes of their near upset of Syracuse back in the fall, so I don't specifically remember him (or anyone).
His 16/3/3 per game stat line sure piques my interest though, even if it's coming out of the NEC. It's suggestive of someone for whom scoring the basketball, and generally knowing how to platy the game, comes naturally. Seems like it could be a very good get as a reserve guard to add firepower off the bench.
Somehow I doubt it. Schmidt has already, just a few days ago, stated his preference to keep two ships open. I'd say he'd give up one more if it's one of the most prized recruits already offered but not for a "practice/morale" guy with zero future.There is much more to building a team than just compiling an idealized balance of positions. Alpha is an exceptional teammate who is universally liked. Additionally, he works hard, understands his role, values education, and is Lofton’s right hand training partner. If he wants to return, he’ll be welcomed with open arms.