I feel as though with Freddy and Co. as well as the group of guys that we have, this won't be an issue in team chemistry. I have a whole lot of trust that CFH wouldn't have signed this guy if he didn't know it would work. This fills a nice hole that's for sure!
I hope he can greatly improve his free throw percentage. I don't care about his other shooting stats. A good point guard needs to have great ball control first. Obviously you want the ball in the best hands at the end of the game to prevent a turnover. So, you have to trust his free throw shooting.
I am curious, does anyone know for sure, will he have two full years of eligibility after this year of sitting out?
Will come to Ames in either December of this year or January of next year. He will then be able to start practicing with us. Will then sit out until the end of the fall semester next year. Will be eligible to play right around December 20, 2013.
Guess I was thinking of Matt Thomas. Still though, I see Monte and Matt starting for us in the backcourt, but I guess we will have to wait and find out.
I think Dorsey-Walker, Okoro, and Hogue have a better chance of starting than Thomas and Morris just because they either have been in the system a full year already or they are an upper classman. It's hard to come in as a freshman and start unless there aren't many players in front of you or you are freakishly good. Which there are players for them to compete with and they aren't freakishly good.
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