Goodman and others are reporting that grad transfer Ehab Amin (Texas A&M Corpus Christi) is visiting BC this week. He is another wing player and also looking at Oregon.
I don't know anything about Amin (other than his stats). It looks like Christian is out trying to find the best talent he can with the last spots, as opposed to finding a certain type of player (point, wing, big, etc). I was hoping for some size but maybe we can replicate some of what left with another wing. Amin seems to be a solid defensive player.
I don't know who is feeding the media, but many of the targets are becoming public, so we will probably have news soon.
Monday, June 18, 2018
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Except for Robinson and Bowman Jim is displaying a disastrous inability to bring good-
very good players to 'THE HEIGHTS" This is BIG trouble competing in the ACC.
MAYBE TIME FOR A CHANGE NOW NOW NOW
Isn't there any homegrown New England talent?
Except for the first round draft pick this year and probable one next year? Easy to blast someone with those sorts of caveats.
"Graduate transfer" is turning into quite a scam. Now where do you think that talent would rather go to grad school? Would it be BC or Oregon. When Matt Leinert was at USC, he went to grad school and majored in "Ballroom Dancing". He took one class in dancing for six hours of graduate credit which is the minimum needed to qualify. Now, just what do you think that Oregon offers that is any different than Ballroom Dancing?
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