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Old 03-09-2012, 06:23 AM   #91 (permalink)
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Re: 2013 America East Recruiting Thread

I played against Rochester in High School. That division is most likely the worst in the country and thats not an exageration. Good for him though, he'll need to it against some competition to proves he's legit.
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I played against Rochester in High School. That division is most likely the worst in the country and thats not an exageration. Good for him though, he'll need to it against some competition to proves he's legit.
Agree with that.

If this kid Parrish has aspirations of playing anything higher than D3 in college (and if he doesnt get taller may not matter) then he needs to get out of Rochester yesterday.
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Looks like ol' snake in the grass Steve Pikiell is going to get into the Khalil Dukes mix. Stay away from our PG targets, you already got Puriefoy!

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Stony Brook coach Steve Pikeill watched Capital Prep-Immaculate. No doubt he was watching Capital Prep guard Kahlil Dukes (18 points) #ctbb

Vermont coaches couldn't be at the game because they were returning from the NCAA Tournament

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Old 03-19-2012, 03:11 PM   #94 (permalink)
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Per Recruit Scoop Khalil Dukes updated his list:

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Kahlil Dukes lists Quinnipiac, RMU, Rice, St. Bonaventure, Sacred Heart, St. Peter's, Princeton, Vermont, UCF, Lafayette & Stony Brook.

Big thing will be seeing what that list looks like after July.
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Per Recruit Scoop Khalil Dukes updated his list:

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Kahlil Dukes lists Quinnipiac, RMU, Rice, St. Bonaventure, Sacred Heart, St. Peter's, Princeton, Vermont, UCF, Lafayette & Stony Brook.

Big thing will be seeing what that list looks like after July.
I would love to steal another one vermont

I'm really interested to see how the 2013 class shapes up for Stony Brook. I think Pikiell was known as a recruiter when Fiore brought him in. We've started to see that the last couple years and hopefully it continues into 2013.
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i dont see puriefoy as a big steal. Stony brook could offer a lot more playing time than we could. its a luxury to get a pg in the 2012 class for us not a necessity.
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Re: 2013 America East Recruiting Thread

For 2013, ESPN lists Andrew Chrabascz. 6'6'' RI native for Cushing Academy as Vermont extending an offer:

http://espn.go.com/college-sports/ba...drew-chrabascz
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For 2013, ESPN lists Andrew Chrabascz. 6'6'' RI native for Cushing Academy as Vermont extending an offer:

http://espn.go.com/college-sports/ba...drew-chrabascz
Interesting. NERR has him listed at 6'8"

http://www.newenglandrecruitingrepor...ew_england.php
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Interesting. NERR has him listed at 6'8"

http://www.newenglandrecruitingrepor...ew_england.php
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Re: 2013 America East Recruiting Thread

Gatorade names top Vermont basketball player Junior Matt St. Amour.

Has anybody seen him play? Is he a DI talent, or just a good high school player that will go DII-III? He has some pretty nice numbers. St. Amour averaged 26.6 points, 12.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.7 steals per game.

http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/article/20120322/SPORTS05/120322008/Gatorade-tabs-St-Amour-Vermont-s-top-boys-basketball-player?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Sports
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Gatorade names top Vermont basketball player Junior Matt St. Amour.
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St. Amour ... has maintained a 4.13 grade-point average and volunteers with youth sports programs and helps raise funds to benefit the American Cancer Society.
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I know Matt well. I'm a teacher at Missisquoi Valley High School where Matt plays. I had him as a student when he was a freshman and have followed his progress closely.

A couple observations:

1. The article lists him as 6'3. That's a bit generous I'd say a legit 6'2.

2. I do think he can play D1 but he would be primarily a spot up shooter. He's a strong kid but would giving away some athleticism at this level.

2. His freshmen and sophomore year he was surrounded by good players and he thrived. Missisquoi went to the state championship his freshmen year and won it his sophomore year at the DII level.

3. This year his supporting cast graduated, Missisquoi was moved up to DI, and Matt was forced to shoulder the load all season. We lost to Burlington in the first round of the playoffs.

4. I think he has the talent, mentality, and size to play D1 but he would really benefit from playing against tougher competition his senior season or even doing a prep year.

5. He will be an excellent recruit for whatever school gets his services for reasons other than just basketball. As has been pointed out he is a terrific student but he's also a really mature young man and will be a phenomenal teammate.

6. I hope UVM gives him serious consideration as we need to keep the local talent in the state to continue growing the local fan base.

7. He's visited Siena, Iona, UVM, and Lehigh
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I know Matt well. I'm a teacher at Missisquoi Valley High School where Matt plays. I had him as a student when he was a freshman and have followed his progress closely.

A couple observations:

1. The article lists him as 6'3. That's a bit generous I'd say a legit 6'2.

2. I do think he can play D1 but he would be primarily a spot up shooter. He's a strong kid but would giving away some athleticism at this level.

2. His freshmen and sophomore year he was surrounded by good players and he thrived. Missisquoi went to the state championship his freshmen year and won it his sophomore year at the DII level.

3. This year his supporting cast graduated, Missisquoi was moved up to DI, and Matt was forced to shoulder the load all season. We lost to Burlington in the first round of the playoffs.

4. I think he has the talent, mentality, and size to play D1 but he would really benefit from playing against tougher competition his senior season or even doing a prep year.

5. He will be an excellent recruit for whatever school gets his services for reasons other than just basketball. As has been pointed out he is a terrific student but he's also a really mature young man and will be a phenomenal teammate.

6. I hope UVM gives him serious consideration as we need to keep the local talent in the state to continue growing the local fan base.

7. He's visited Siena, Iona, UVM, and Lehigh
I haven't seen him play, so maybe for a reference...how would you compare him to, say, a 6-2 spot-up shooter like Joe O'Shea?
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I didn't see Joe live but he definitely faced tougher competition in high school. It helps when you're teammates with Tyrone Conley and Clancy Rugg. Going up against Pat Bergmann.

Size wise (not just height) I think they are very similar. Neither one of them is going to blow you away with athleticism but both play with a high basketball IQ. Matt is pretty crafty and can get to the rim and IIRC Joe had that ability too.

I guess without knowing all the details of Joe's game I'd say they bring a similar skill set to the table.
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2013 PG Kamali Bey of Wilbraham & Monson lists Siena, Bradley, DePaul, Columbia & Vermont
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