But he has ZERO Power 5 offers. I think he's absolutely a Power 5 kid though, but as of right now, none have offered.FriarJoe wrote:QR_BBPOST He could have gone Power 5 but chose not to. Name me a starter on this year’s team that will not be a power 5 player or at least hold power 5 offers.
What offer does Alford have? Rutgers? So technically a Power 5 but one of the worst in the Power 5. Gatto has Maryland. Matthew Jordan doesnt have one. Che Womack doesnt even have an offer. Ed Riley has none.
There are guys with no Power 5 offers who start.
Last year Cole Aubrey had no Power 5 offers and he broke the Bosco sack record. Jake Bailey.
the ones that can handle the competition, stay. And those usually are the good ones.aberamsey wrote:QR_BBPOST Curious on what Bosco four-year player's parents think of the boat load of players that transfer in every season, many as seniors? They regularly have 75+ players on freshman and sometimes JV so there are a lot of players in the program that have put in their time only to see the flavor of the summer transfer in every year. At what point does this cause an exodus out of the program? Or does this just happen and we don't hear about it?
Those that aren't good usually leave.
Alot leave and we just don't hear about them.
His Twitter still shows MD. I’m not doubting this but I have not seen anything from him personally saying he left MD. Maybe I missed it. Yesterday was the first day of camp so was he definitely not there? If he wasn’t then that would be confirmation.Fridayisgameday wrote:QR_BBPOST So where did Moses Sepulona from Mater Dei end up transferring too? He's a great pick up for any school...
I agree he would be a great addition to any team. He has very good instincts.