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09
Jul
09

July Evaluation Period: Bobcat Men

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With the basketball evaluation period underway and the basketball offices in Missoula and Bozeman looking a lot like ghost towns with the exception of the lone coach who gats to stay home and man the phones, I thought it might be interesting to look at what the coaching staffs might be looking for this July. I will look at the four Montana D-1 programs in four posts. The first will be Brad Huse’s Bobcats.

It appears that Brad is half way there to completing his recruiting class, with two commits already. The Bobcat will graduate returning starters 2G Will Bynum, and PG Marquis Navarre, potential starter PF Brandon Johnson, and role player PF Cameron Henderson. This will open up four scholarships for the coaches to work with. It appears, from my vantage point that Huse is only looking at high school kids, which could change to a JC player or two in the spring if he does not find the high schoolers he is looking for this fall. I would, also assume the Cats will have a very balance class spread across all five spots on the floor.

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01
Jun
09

Recruiting tid bits

Miscellaneous pieces of recruiting info

  • I have been talking with a few people about Raason Young and his recruiting status withyoung the Griz. From who I have talked to everyone seems to be under the impression that a commit or letter of intent has been tendered. I even have a comment on my blog from someone claiming to be Young’s brother and that he signed with the Griz on the 20th of May. For some reason, though, the coaches at Montana and Hagerstown JC are not commenting either way whether Young has committed to the Griz or even any other school. The feeling is that Young did sign with Montana but it was a conditional agreement (coming after the signing date) but conditional that Young will meet certain conditions. Typical conditional conditions could be approval of the NCAA clearing house, completion of an associate degree, acceptance of transcripts to UM.

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30
May
09

Bobcat recruit: Doug MeDermott

mcdermott1It is that time of year when High school athletes are hitting the spring circuit getting seen by college coaches and college coaches are zeroing in on targets for next years recruiting classes. In basketball that means the AAU circuit.

The latest news is being reported by Rivals.com that Doug McDermott, son of Iowa State head coach Greg McDermott is seriously looking at Montana. Doug is quoted.

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