Monday, May 17, 2004

DeCoursey Talks Luke and Morris

Link here. DeCoursey's right, even if Randolph Morris wouldn't admit it. Let's face it - if you are considered the number 1 center actually going to college and won't even start on the college team you might chose, that changes your opinion quickly. From DeCoursey -

"The development of 7-1 C Luke Schenscher was a big reason Georgia Tech reached the NCAA championship game, but it hurt the Yellow Jackets in recruiting 6-11 C Randolph Morris, who instead committed to Kentucky. Morris considered declaring for the NBA draft and following PF Dwight Howard and SF Josh Smith, who were Morris' teammates on the Atlanta Celtics, a summer-league club. But Morris realized he needs more development. The Wildcats, who often had to use 6-6 junior Chuck Hayes in the post last season, offered an immediate vacancy at center, and Tech did not. . . ."
. In other recruiting news, Kansas fans believe they are about to hit the jackpot. Today they will learn if they land senior Alex Galindo and junior Micah Downs. Later in the week they will learn if they land transfer CJ Giles. "Sources" have them all leaning to Kansas. Story here.