ISU with a SR Brackins and Co. would have a chance to contend for a conference title. I am not so sure that HB(as a frosh) and Co would do the same. I would have to pick CB. HB, CB and Co would probably be conference favorites!!!
Brackins definitely. As good as Barnes is, I think CB as a senior would be a superior college player than any freshman could be. CB could put a decent supporting cast (hopefully some seasoned guards that year) on his back an make a run at a conference title. Would be very hard for barnes to equal that success as a freshman.
I guarantee. that HB stays all 4 years wherever he goes. Guarantee.
wanna CyBookie it???
I really wonder if HB is waiting to see if CB will come back for his SR. year...that could be a big yes for him coming here..also if G McD is on the hot seat like some say HB is wanting a coach that would be there for awhile...
We don't need refs, but I guess white guys need something to do. -Charles Barkley-
I would definitely choose getting Barnes. Getting the number one player in the country even if it is for just one year would undoubtedly help recruiting in the years to come. Also, we would have many games on national television for the one year Barnes was in Ames.
Brackins plays this year. We beat Duke, win the Big XII. Harrison Barnes commits to Iowa State. In the Sweet 16, Brackins goes down with a knee injury. Not bad, but enough to drop his draft stock to the mid-second round, at least. He opts to play his senior season. In 2010, with both Barnes and Brackins, we win the national title. They go 1-2 in the NBA draft.
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