Discussion in 'Basketball Recruiting Forum' started by OrangeXtreme, Oct 16, 2015.
Got a chance recently to watch Quinerly, who is considered one of the top guards in 2018. Smooth old mans game similar to Tyler Ennis. Not real athletic and explosive, but had several crafty finishes around the hoop. Knocked down several threes but also missed a few free throws. Team runs basically a five guard lineup, so it was hard to get a great feel for his PG skills since he mostly played off the ball. Scored the game winning bucket on an iso play driving to basket hitting a floater. I'll continue to keep an eye on him and let you guys know how he progresses if SU continues to recruit him. He'll play AAU for Sports U. Which features Nasty Naz Reid and Louis King.
Some footage of Quinerly from last summer.
quite the visitor list shaping up for the wknd - and if we can get confirmation on a certain transfer on top of it... could be an epic wknd on the hill!
How are things going with Cam? He's really all that matters in 2018.
Visited Kentucky for their madness event with Quade. Staff needs to get him back on campus soon.
Umm can he reclassify?
Cuse have shown little to no interest so far.
well that's unfortunate
Im sorry but this is why we don't get some of the better players , they don't get on them early and often enough. And when they do, they don't stay on them. jmo
Yeah. Just like Quade Green. If only the staff had gotten on him earlier.
He is the only ONE that they went to see a few times and he came here many time. Name another one that they did that came close to Green. You won't. JB is the only one in that group of coaches that can recruit. As many open spots that we have open and only one commitment. And that is a 4 star kid from Canada.
Not the place for it, but everyone was saying the same thing this time last year about the upcoming team, and now see what you have. Life is too short to panic this far in advance.
I mean this place is ridiculous.
Just was offered, shouldve been a long time ago tbh but better late than ever.
Syracuse has offered
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