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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby hilltopalum » Fri Apr 14, 2017 3:02 pm

[url]vsporto.com/episode/20795/the-4-quarters-podcast-what-direction-are-tremont-waters-and-trevon-duval-leaning/[/url]
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby Jet915 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 3:51 pm

hilltopalum wrote:[url]vsporto.com/episode/20795/the-4-quarters-podcast-what-direction-are-tremont-waters-and-trevon-duval-leaning/[/url]


Not sure this link tells us much other than that they think we can't recruit Tremont, is that your opinion as well hilltop?
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby Jet915 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 3:55 pm

Someone just posted this, not sure what the heck is going on....

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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby fritzpointer » Fri Apr 14, 2017 3:58 pm

They posted half the picture on the other side is CU and the Orange. Go Jays!
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby slaw » Fri Apr 14, 2017 4:15 pm

wouldn't he have the clearest path to playing time at Syracuse? John Gillon was the starting PG, but he has graduated, right? Who was the backup.

At KU - Graham is back, and Newman can also play point
Uconn - Jaylen Adams is the incumbent, Gilbert as back-up?

Doesn't make sense that CU is in the picture, but maybe he saw how a smaller PG can thrive in the #letifly system and that's the attraction.
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby Jet915 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 4:21 pm

slaw wrote:wouldn't he have the clearest path to playing time at Syracuse? John Gillon was the starting PG, but he has graduated, right? Who was the backup.

At KU - Graham is back, and Newman can also play point
Uconn - Jaylen Adams is the incumbent, Gilbert as back-up?

Doesn't make sense that CU is in the picture, but maybe he saw how a smaller PG can thrive in the #letifly system and that's the attraction.


He stated that we told him he could run the system like Watson did. That has to be appealing, they both have similar skill sets but supposedly Waters can shoot better.
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby mredle » Fri Apr 14, 2017 4:32 pm

vivid_dude wrote:My guess is Jaysker's point is that with other CLEAR needs, recruiting another PG when he have three enrolled for next year, isn't the biggest vote of confidence.

In mredle's scenario, if you have 10 hot girls invited to the party but have no entertainment or food for said party, do you invite two additional hotties or get Jay Z to perform, with Wolfgang Puck to cater? Those two hotties, among the many other hotties already RSVP'd, get the boot. Seems smarter, unless you really didn't find those 10 girls all that hot. Of course, if the only options for entertainment and food are Nickelback and Arby's, maybe you create your own entertainment and don't have food, so those other two hotties can make it. Or maybe awful rock music and Big Montanas are better than nothing given that a party NEEDS entertainment/food, even if substandard, instead of two hotties added to the other hotties you already have.

Wait, what are we talking about again?


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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby gtmoBlue » Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:03 pm

The coaches are killing it. Hope the loophole they think they found works...waters joining The Jays and our 2 PGs would be a steal. 3 PGs are better than 2, given our history of PG injuries (McKinney, Dotzler, Watson, etc.).

As for gaining a transfer Big - this is gonna get interesting, since Tugs is probably coming aboard too.
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby JaysWinJaysWin » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:48 pm

The link on page 1 on this board from hoyahooligan references the Big East Intraconference Transfer Policy as follows:

"Special Notes
1. A student-athlete who signs a valid National Letter of Intent with a BIG EAST institution is subject to the above-mentioned transfer policy for the sport in which they signed the NLI.
2. A student-athlete who signs a valid National Letter of Intent with a BIG EAST institution, and is subsequently granted a complete release to said NLI or is granted a release by the NLI Steering Committee, is subject to the above-mentioned transfer policy for the sport in which they signed the NLI.
3. A student-athlete who signs a valid National Letter of Intent with a BIG EAST institution that is subsequently declared null and void (as set forth in Section 7 of the NLI), is not subject to the above-mentioned transfer policy as long as said student-athlete did not trigger transfer status (as defined by NCAA bylaws) prior to the NLI being declared null and void.
4. As noted in each section, the above-mentioned policy is applicable to all student-athletes who have ever enrolled full-time at a BIG EAST institution (e.g., four-two-four transfers, four-four-four transfers)."

The link on page two of this board refers to the Butler University Student-Athlete Code of Conduct. It cites the foregoing. It also says:

"Standards of Conduct apply when student-athletes initially enroll as a full time student or when they begin official practice at Butler University—whichever occurs first. If you participate in intercollegiate athletics at Butler University, you agree to the following:
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2) You shall follow NCAA, Big East..., University, Athletic Department and your individual team’s policies, rules and regulations"

According to the NCAA Division I manual:

http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/D117.pdf

"12.01.3 “Individual” vs. “Student-Athlete.” NCAA amateur status may be lost as a result of activities prior to enrollment in college. If NCAA rules specify that an “individual” may or may not participate in certain activities, this term refers to a person prior to and after enrollment in a member institution. If NCAA rules specify a “student-athlete,” the legislation applies only to that person’s activities after enrollment."

There seems to be an indication that a student-athlete is an individual who enrolls.
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Re: Tremont Waters

Postby jfan » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:59 pm

Crystal ball tonight for Western Kentucky. Seems out of the blue.
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