The guy is 7'5" and 360 pounds and people are complaining about how slow he is. What the **** do you expect? He's just a freshman too. Yeah he is slow, but he's also a ******* giant and technically overweight. He's not 6 foot and 170 pounds.
Bhullar originally committed to playing for Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio but decommitted in August 2011 to play for the New Mexico State Aggies. He turned down Xavier because he learned he was not qualified to immediately play and would have to pay the full $42,000 a year tuition, which his family was not prepared to do
He could stand to lose about 40 lbs and I'm sure he would be much better.
They said during the game broadcast that he is playing at 355 right now and last year (in high school) he played at 415. Lost 60 pounds in one year to be able to play the whole game, hope that he keeps up that work ethic and gets in better shape before next season. If the dude can move and clean up some of his raw post moves, he'll be a star
I read an article about him on Yahoo this morning. His father is 6'4 and his mother is 5'10. I'm 6'7, and my wife is 5'11. I'm now officially curious/terrified at how big my son just might end up.
If their folks are that close to normal size, unless there are some really tall genes elsewhere in that family they must have passed on some sort of disorder like acromeglia or something. They look pretty normally proportioned, though. Usually those with acromeglia will have large, elongated heads, hands and feet.
"There are five real good recruits in the state. We got three of them. One couldn’t get into school, and the other went to (the University of) Iowa...which is about the same thing." - Coach Johnny Orr
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