"My rule was I wouldn't recruit a kid if he had grass in front of his house.
That's not my world. My world was a cracked sidewalk." —Al McGuire

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Sunday Media Updates

Just a few quick media updates for a Sunday

  • Season previews are starting to roll in, and Rivals places Marquette at #20 for the season. The preview is decent enough, and it's always just nice reading about Marquette.
  • BoysHoopScout reports that a 6'9 Serbian big man will visit Marquette Madness. The link is well worth visiting, because there is some great insight about Sasa Borovnjak and Buzz's thoughts on the 2009 class.
  • Speaking of Marquette Madness, Rosiak woke up from his sixteen day slumber (just teasing) to provide some details about the event on his blog. Although practice officially begins 10/17, the event will be Oct. 25 beginning at 6 p.m. at the Al McGuire Center.
  • The wait was well worth it from Rosiak, because he also checks in with a look at Snaer. In case you weren't aware, Marquette was hosting Michael Snaer, who is the #17 RSCI player in their most recent rankings, and he would certainly step in and contribute from day one. My only quibble with Rosiak's report is that he suggests the addition of Snaer could make the 2009 class "perhaps the best class in the country." UNC has TWO commits that are RSCI Top 10, and nobody is catching that class
  • Here are some youtube clips of Snaer (Number One and Number Two)
  • Finally, Rosiak really delivered as well with an interview with Jeronne Maymon. This is another great link to follow to catch up on Maymon. Best part of the article is that he got an "A" and a "B" in summer classes. Keep it up, Jeronne!

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