2021 offers

We have been in Griggs’ ear for awhile now…unless Duke offers we have a great shot at him. He is a really good point with great handles and a high hoops IQ…he is not a great shooter at this time but I expect him to get better.

Daimion Collins ‏ @ CollinsDaimion 16m16 minutes ago

Beyond Blessed to receive my 12th offer from The University of Houston🔴 # GoCoogs

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Brandon Jenkins  ‏ @ Brandon_Jenkin5 14m14 minutes ago

4⭐️ Daimion Collins (2021/C) has received an offer from Houston!

Back on the market

Lol

Offered 6’8 Josh Farmer from Sharpstown HS

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Speaking of brothers, Caleb Mills younger brother is a player in 2021.

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Anyone here notice the UH seating in White letters from one of the tweets?
We didn’t have that last season did we?

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No, they went with all red. White seating was in the prototype drawings.

I like how he includes the Australian flag

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Funny how Jerrell Colbert nor Keon Edwards play ball in Houston anymore.

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Are both parties still high on each other since Keon left? I know it’s alot harder to communicate the same since he left and I think he was visiting a lot before. Also, His recruiting profile is a picture of The UH sign behind him.

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langston love also moving out of houston to monte verde

every top 2021 houston player has transferred high school out of houston

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2021 PF

Has offers from VT, Ga Tech, Tenn, UGA, Nebraska, Penn St, etc

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But why?

More Houston players will emerge from this class. Now, that we’re basically finish with the '20 class, I will focused more on this one.

But as far as your question goes, sometimes they’ll transfer because of competition, development or/and exposure. Getting them ready for that one year of college (living solo) and going to the NBA can also play a factor.

But why are people leaving Houston for that rather than coming to Houston?

Houston doesn’t have any of the big prep schools for players to go to. Also imo even though it’s improving the coaching at the HS level in Houston isn’t the best. With football being king, bball coaches aren’t under as much scrutiny or pressure to win.