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They are 2022s.  Andrew Bergan also recently received an offer.  All would be very nice additions if it plays out that way in the future.  

 

6’7”-6’10” long wings who can do multiple things well.  

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1 minute ago, SiouxFan100 said:

All of a sudden it appears we have have all sorts of good recruiting options

what changed??

:)

They stopped recruiting Iowa

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1 minute ago, SiouxFan100 said:

All of a sudden it appears we have have all sorts of good recruiting options

what changed??

:)

The kids from Enderlin just finished their freshman seasons. You might want to pump the brakes on them a bit. I am not saying they may not be good in the future, but they are very young playing against class B kids a half a foot shorter than them and they weren't exactly dominating. Again, they may wind up being good D1 players, but I think it is way too early to be offering them scholarships. 

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46 minutes ago, nd1sufan said:

The kids from Enderlin just finished their freshman seasons. You might want to pump the brakes on them a bit. I am not saying they may not be good in the future, but they are very young playing against class B kids a half a foot shorter than them and they weren't exactly dominating. Again, they may wind up being good D1 players, but I think it is way too early to be offering them scholarships. 

Speaking from the 7-0 foot Jordan Meidinger experience?  

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1 minute ago, SiouxVolley said:

Speaking from the 7-0 foot Jordan Meidinger experience?  

I don't think they offered him that early and I never thought he was worthy of a scholarship. You can look back and I always thought RIchman definitely offered the wrong Dickinson kid. I still wish he would have offered Moody. 

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4 hours ago, SiouxVolley said:

Sather has offered the twins, Gus and Joe Hurlburt, from Enderlin scholarships.  Gus is 6’6” and Joe is 6’9”, but both can grow because they are sophomores.

They come from a basketball family:  

https://www.inforum.com/sports/3921929-points-piling-enderlin-senior-graham-hurlburt

Joe averaged 17.7 and 13 boards last year - shot 35% on 3's.  Gus averaged 11.3 with 7+ rebounds.

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1 hour ago, nd1sufan said:

The kids from Enderlin just finished their freshman seasons. You might want to pump the brakes on them a bit. I am not saying they may not be good in the future, but they are very young playing against class B kids a half a foot shorter than them and they weren't exactly dominating. Again, they may wind up being good D1 players, but I think it is way too early to be offering them scholarships. 

Have to agree, seen them play in Aau ball and other than size for their age they didn’t bring much.  Granted these are just verbal offers and can be pulled by either side at any time.Hopefully they continue to develop. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, UND Fan said:

Bergan was at the UND camp this week and received an offer from us - 6'6", 180.  Has offer from UC-Riverside, Northern and Western MO.

I’m assuming his brother is the soon to be sophomore at Northern Colorado?

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48 minutes ago, sioux24/7 said:

I’m assuming his brother is the soon to be sophomore at Northern Colorado?

his brother Cole has a nice shot.   Wonder if he would like to play with his brother and coached by Sather?

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9 hours ago, ND1 said:

Have to agree, seen them play in Aau ball and other than size for their age they didn’t bring much.  Granted these are just verbal offers and can be pulled by either side at any time.Hopefully they continue to develop. 

 

 

Didn’t take long for Sather to start making decisions. I will decide to trust our new coach. I hope he has a great eye for talent and potential. 

I hope!

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Good move by the coach gets These kids talking about UND at a young age and following our program

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Now that the staff is in place and the team is mostly in place, minus one scholarship.

What should expectations be in Year 1?

 

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8 minutes ago, SWSiouxMN said:

Now that the staff is in place and the team is mostly in place, minus one scholarship.

What should expectations be in Year 1?

 

Anything better than last year

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3 hours ago, SWSiouxMN said:

Now that the staff is in place and the team is mostly in place, minus one scholarship.

What should expectations be in Year 1?

 

a lot hinges on how well stewart plays IMO. if he is a good summit level point guard i think they can finish top 3 or so. i think the expectation should be top half

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50 minutes ago, UNDhoops said:

a lot hinges on how well stewart plays IMO. if he is a good summit level point guard i think they can finish top 3 or so. i think the expectation should be top half

I hope he can develop a consistent outside shot (shooting 32% from 3 is NOT a recipe for success).  

I'll take it a step further:  If the senior class can step up a notch or two that would be significant.  Going to be interesting to see how Walter and Brown are used this year (are they starters in front of Rebraca and Moody?  Do Walter and Rebraca start together?) 

Of course with a new set of eyes looking at the roster, this might mean different rotations or players, who didn't get much of a run, now has a new chance to show the new staff what they got. 

I think top 4 is reasonable expectations in a wide open league next year. 

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A top 3 regular season finish and be a legitimate threat in the conference tourney is my expectations every year for this program.

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Smart people base expectations on talent ,coaching and experience relative to the competition ...not wishful thinking

 

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Will UND men’s bb ever become relevant?

 I know we went to the dance a few years ago

I loved Sioux men’s bb but haven’t had that feeling for years now and I hope it comes back

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