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    Default Interesting Article on New Zags .Final 4 talent??

    http://www.todaysu.com/wcc/addition-...our-firepower/

    I don't know this publication but the author makes some sense.

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    Fair story - I'd bet the Zags will be quite the exciting team - especially w/ Mt K as a solid Few field marshall. Should be quite an interesting season! Go Zags!
    http://www.fowlplaces.com/zags/GoZagsTinySignGuyGlassesColor.png

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    Thx for the article, good one.

    He goes through all that talent to the point he doesn't have space for the 5 star recruit in the front court. Good sign.

    Hope Shem is/stays healthy. Seems hard to predict with backs.
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    Off topic, but does anyone know what verses Perkins has tattooed on his arms? I saw Romans and Psalms in the picture (never picked up on that before, somehow) but couldn't make out the chapter and verse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPtheBeasta View Post
    Off topic, but does anyone know what verses Perkins has tattooed on his arms? I saw Romans and Psalms in the picture (never picked up on that before, somehow) but couldn't make out the chapter and verse...
    I believe one is Romans 8:28. Not sure about other
    21 Straight Big Dances

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    2 Winningest Players in college basketball history (Karnowski 137, Perkins 134)

    The Best Point Guard to ever play the game: John Stockton, most assists, most steals.

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    What happened to OregonZagNut?

    Maybe I missed a post. Anyways if anyone knows if he is ok please let me know.

    Everyone have a blessed week.

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    If Shem is 100% then we have a shot...at a great season.

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    Good article even if every year we have a "final four" team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezag View Post
    Good article even if every year we have a "final four" team
    Yeah the moniker itself gets old and Boring. Only 4 teams each year can make it. But until you make it, that's going to be the headline. Ugh.
    21 Straight Big Dances

    11 Straight Round of 32s

    10 Sweet Sixteens (5 Straight)

    4 Elite Eights

    2017 FINAL FOUR

    2 Winningest Players in college basketball history (Karnowski 137, Perkins 134)

    The Best Point Guard to ever play the game: John Stockton, most assists, most steals.

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    Top Ten 2016-17 NCAA Recruiting Classes

    9. Gonzaga Bulldogs

    Gonzaga brings in a mix of national and international talent. None of which are expected to leave after one season but could produce some future draft picks. Rui Hachimura is a bit of a mystery to the casual fan but he has good size for a wing combined with athleticism and scoring ability. There is a good chance that he will red shirt this season as he adjusts to the American game and learns English. Zach Collins is a skilled post player. He rebounds well and has the size to defend the basket. Zach Norvell brings scoring, whether it’s from perimeter shooting or attacking the rim. Killian Tillie is a French big man who comes from the prestigious INSEP academy. He possesses good athleticism, a high motor, and is a relentless offensive rebounder. Denmark's 6-10 forward Jacob Larsen is the brother of the late Rasmus Larsen, providing good size, hands, and footwork. He’s a skilled post player who shows a good deal of long term potential.

    http://www.nbadraft.net/top-ten-2016...uiting-classes

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    [QUOTE=Zagdawg;1233653]Top Ten 2016-17 NCAA Recruiting Classes

    9. Gonzaga Bulldogs

    Gonzaga brings in a mix of national and international talent. None of which are expected to leave after one season but could produce some future draft picks. Rui Hachimura is a bit of a mystery to the casual fan but he has good size for a wing combined with athleticism and scoring ability. There is a good chance that he will red shirt this season as he adjusts to the American game and learns English. Zach Collins is a skilled post player. He rebounds well and has the size to defend the basket. Zach Norvell brings scoring, whether it’s from perimeter shooting or attacking the rim. Killian Tillie is a French big man who comes from the prestigious INSEP academy. He possesses good athleticism, a high motor, and is a relentless offensive rebounder. Denmark's 6-10 forward Jacob Larsen is the brother of the late Rasmus Larsen, providing good size, hands, and footwork. He’s a skilled post player who shows a good deal of long term potential.




    Now that's a first. Yes, not the most admired source in the CBB world, but still it's out there now.

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