acesfan65 wrote:When did the last 4-star make an official visit?
I'm not sure there were star ratings back then, but probably Richie Johnson and Kenny Perry in the early 1980's.
sect.3purple wrote:All these comments about our coaches and their NBA connections and coaching experience are certainly true and valid...if getting to the next level were a goal of mine as a player (and the stepping-stone process of ample playing time in a program that would get national attention was a factor), I think UE would be a very attractive place to show off my skills and know that I was being watched. I think this program is going big-time and will be in the national spotlight......never could understand Dru and Ryan passing up an opportunity that would have been one of the best they each could have had, yet hope there are other stars out there who will recognize what is going on here at Evansville and will join the excitement! Hopefully Cunliffe is the next to "Get on Board."
AcesHigh wrote:Nothing posted on Twitter tonight so at least he didn’t go to X and say I’m done. It’s good that he’s listening to what everyone has to say before making a decision.
Aces44 wrote:No offense to Travis Steele, but for a guy with talent to make it to the Association, it’s kinda a no brainer in terms of coaching staffs.
If you think you are talented enough to play on the same court as LeBron, and you need someone credible on your side to vouche for you. Who do you want?
Travis Steele or Walter McCarty?