Class of 2020 PF Isaiah Jackson (MI/SpireAcademyOH) to Kentucky

Cusesky8214

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Nimari burnett is possibly moving up his decision date...some feel hes not heading to bama now. With the possibility of bama losing lewis and petty this year that only leave Quinerly for jackson to team up with and possibly ambrose. Not the best guard situation for him to go there if that happens.
 

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All I can say is if we get him, it seems that the key to our recruiting success is becoming clear: to lay a giant turd on the football field or hardwood right before an announcement. If JB fires someone before the 16th I'll like our chances even more.
 

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What’s the deal with this? We sent him the puzzle and he posted it?
This is given to recruits to put together in their hotel room on the officials. He posted this on his snapchat the night he was there on his visit. I wouldnt look into it too much. Still cool though!
 

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this is not how probability works, unless you actually have a source that one of the three schools has been eliminated and that there is an equal chance among the other two.
No, it is 50-50 the way it is explained. He will either commit to us or he will commit to someone else. There are 3 teams in the running with each of them having a 50% chance that IJ will select one.
 

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No, it is 50-50 the way it is explained. He will either commit to us or he will commit to someone else. There are 3 teams in the running with each of them having a 50% chance that IJ will select one.
IJ has three schools to decide on which one he will go to. So, in this situation without any additional information or insight on his decision process, each school has an equal chance to be selected. One of the three schools will be selected. IJ is100% certain that he will select one of these three schools. Each school can be looked at having a 33.33% chance of being selected. However, as reported with no insight or a priori knowledge into his final selection, each school has a 50% chance that they will be selected (Yes) and a 50% chance of not being selected (No).
 

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IJ has three schools to decide on which one he will go to. So, in this situation without any additional information or insight on his decision process, each school has an equal chance to be selected. One of the three schools will be selected. IJ is100% certain that he will select one of these three schools. Each school can be looked at having a 33.33% chance of being selected. However, as reported with no insight or a priori knowledge into his final selection, each school has a 50% chance that they will be selected (Yes) and a 50% chance of not being selected (No).
No they don’t
 

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IJ has three schools to decide on which one he will go to. So, in this situation without any additional information or insight on his decision process, each school has an equal chance to be selected. One of the three schools will be selected. IJ is100% certain that he will select one of these three schools. Each school can be looked at having a 33.33% chance of being selected. However, as reported with no insight or a priori knowledge into his final selection, each school has a 50% chance that they will be selected (Yes) and a 50% chance of not being selected (No).
You’re confusing possible outcomes with probability of an event.

Yes, if I drop my keys they can either land in the queen of england’s pocket, or not. But it does not mean that there is a 50% chance either will happen.
 

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IJ has three schools to decide on which one he will go to. So, in this situation without any additional information or insight on his decision process, each school has an equal chance to be selected. One of the three schools will be selected. IJ is100% certain that he will select one of these three schools. Each school can be looked at having a 33.33% chance of being selected. However, as reported with no insight or a priori knowledge into his final selection, each school has a 50% chance that they will be selected (Yes) and a 50% chance of not being selected (No).
 

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