Hmmm......3rd highest scoring average in the state of South Carolina as a Jr. in HS isn’t to shabby. Now, with him playing for Huntington, he will have the opportunity to test himself against some stiffer competition. Will be interesting to see how well he does this year, and to watch his development in the future.Jesseandrippers wrote: ↑Sun Nov 12, 2017 11:50 pm
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I seem to remember quite a few players on opposing teams that did well against X, but were not highly recruited players. Recruiting is a very inexact science and is often a bit of a crapshoot. For every “can’t miss” that becomes a star, I can show you 3-4 that were busts, and for each one of those I can show you someone that became a solid contributor by the end of their career. Xavier has a better than average record of taking under recruited kids and developing them into solid players. I’m certainly willing to take a “wait and see” approach to this year’s recruiting class. In the meantime, once again.....WELCOME to Mr. James and both of the others....Mr. Walter and Mr. Kennedy! I wish you nothing but success and hope that you will soon be joined by more members of the class.