I agree, but as someone who’s been very much espousing that it’s early and there’s no reason to panic, part of that was based on the idea that Minnesota was a heavy favorite for Carrington and Payne and it was likely just a matter of time until they committed. Losing Carrington might have been the single biggest semi-legitimate reason to panic so far for this recruiting cycle, even though we still seem to have interest from other quality guards from out of state. It would have also lent credibility to the idea that if your top targets haven’t committed by now, then they must not really be interested.i feel this thread would be a lot longer if he chosen to go elsewhere
This is a remarkably deep class, I try not to be too much of a Kool Aid drinker, but I think he will be a high 3 and possibly 4 star (even if he is the 6th rated recruit in the state).That’s what I’m thinking. Gopher hole piece mentioned they felt he’s at least the 6th best player in the state. Which would make him a solid 3 star? Maybe low 3.
He was scheduled to go to Colorado in a few weeks. I know he had also considered visiting Florida. That's obviously changed now with today's news. I expect Payne isn't far behind to join him.Didn't he take an offical to Colorado? He can't commit to Colorado while being on a visit here...
This is true! Melvin Newbern, Willie Burton, Richard Coffey and Jim Shickenjanski were the core that turned it around for Clem and we have not forgotten them. Imagine had they been locals! Kevin Lynch did join them a class later and is similarly remembered.If young Mr. Carrington can be the first domino in great Minnesota players staying home and his Gohper teams do some real damage and see real success, he will be a Minnesota legend for life. If we turn this program around, the first group of Young Men who usher in that era will never be forgotten. A chance to create a real legacy.