Anyone excited for 2028 recruiting

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Volfan2012

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No way I care about anything past 2023. Between Global warming and the possibility of a variant of covid killing half of us by 2028 or any other crisis that could occur. I keep it no more than a year away in any interest in a player.
 
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It maybe ridiculous, but this little lady is a special talent and game changer...Her handle & drive is nutz and her shooting range [well, see for yourself...the proof is in the pudding]
Not go to many kids sporting events? There is that one kid that dominates every league. My own daughter was the best player in her league at that age. By the time she was 16 she had moved on from sports to boys.

I'm not saying this little girl isn't going to be the best ever. Just that it's a little to early to put those kinds of expectations on her. Because you never know what puberty will do to her.
 
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Her clips are awesome but I’m more concerned with physically how she develops. If she’s able to continue developing skill wise and she grows to a solid height… absolutely. But that’s a lot of pressure on a 6th grace child.

But if she wants to commit I mean.. invite her to camps and monitor that development while cultivating a relationship. At worst you end up loving her as a back up or bench energy due to your relationship to her and her family but have a starter/more heralded player in mind. That’s basically what people ask for when they demand players from Tennessee who aren’t the best in the nation be on the team. 🥴

And that’s not shade to one specific person. There are some players I think deserve to have looks and offers who still haven’t been and then there are others that I think should never have gotten a look.
 

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