As much as I hate to say it, I think that the much more likely situation is that White isn't here next year. I have no inside information, but it seems possible that Hoiberg and White agreed to a one year deal. If the NCAA granted his waiver then great he'd play. If not, then he'd probably look to Europe. As time goes on after his denial I am more encouraged that this is not the case, but it is still definitely a possibility.
Either way, I think that Hoiberg knows who's not going to be here next year. There is no reason to announce all of these signings without the expectation that they will all be able to play. Otherwise, someone would have been announced as a grayshirt.
Scott is a good player and he did well in the Big 12 last year while coming off mono. He's healthy this year and it shows, plus he has added the runner to his game. Very excited and happy about Scott being part of this program.
That is one of the reasons I hate threads like this. Guessing who will and will not be on the team in the future with no basis for it is unfair to the player and the staff. It's just bad form.
that's interesting. I could definitely see him packing it up after this year. He could possibly have enough credits to graduate. I mean he is strictly a SG. This year all he has to share time with is Demarcus. Next year he will be competing for time with Chris Allen, Chris Babb, Phillips, and Odunsi. Someone is done after this year, unless Hoiberg is just trying to be proactive and expecting someone to quit after looking at the trends of the past few seasons at Iowa State.
What you have to realize though is that if he has a great year that only makes us better and gives us more depth. I think it's a great thing and it will give us a great rotation of guards.
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