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05
Mar
11

Griz MBB Spring 2011 Recruiting


I am going to look at the Griz men’s basketball recruiting for the spring 2011 regular period. The Griz signed two players last fall which gave them 14 scholarships if all the under class-men return next year. That is 1 scholarship over the 13 maximum allowed by the NCAA. This means that at least one scholarship under class-man will not be returning for next year, if they ended their recruiting with the fall class. If they sign another player this spring that will just mean that one player would have to leave. That is why it is not that surprising to see them not extremely active this winter with the 2011 class.

Still though just about every D-1 program losses at least one underclassmen player for one reason or another so the Griz have to keep their fingers in the 2011 class for insurance.

I have heard that Griz are active with the 2011 class but the names have been slim in coming. Hear are the two I have heard.

Michael Hale 5-9 point guard
North Idaho Junior College

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03
Mar
11

Bobcat MBB Spring 2011 Michael Hale

This is a look at Bobcat recruiting target Michael Hale of North Idaho JC.  The Griz are also interested Hale and are recruiting pretty hard.

Michael Hale 5-9 Point guard
North Idaho JC
18 points 4 rebounds, 4 assist 2 steals 48% field goal, 36% 3pt field goal, 84% free-throw
Year of eligibility: 2 years

Recruiting Notes: Hale is from the state of Washington and the Bobcats have been tracking him for 3-4 years. He is originally committed to Eastern Washington out of high school but had to go the JC ranks. He is one of the more well known recruits in the North West. He has been listed at 5-7 to 5-9 and that has been a sticking point with his recruitment, but at NIC he has proven he can score and run a team at that level. A lot of schools are showing an interest in Hale including most of the Big Sky, but I have not any firm info on where he will end up, although Montana and Eastern Washington are the most often mention.

Player Summary: Despite his diminutive size Hale is renowned for his dunking skills which should give you an idea of his athleticism. He is a great assist man, but also shots the ball very well from range or in the lane. Shooting are actually on the low side of where he has shoot over the past 4 years.

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