Noticed on the radio shows at the end of the season that CKS didn’t mention Adewunmi when talking about the future. He mentioned almost everyone else except for him.
I think he was a kid they saw a lot of potential in as a junior when he committed as he’s a great athlete, but he didn’t really develop as a senior. If he stays, he’s a project that may pay off his senior year, but it depends on how hard he wants to work. Probably best for him to find a place that he’ll get some time on the court.
McCullar is a SPECIAL talent. His ranking doesn’t do him justice, even though his already ranked 60th in Rivals. I expect him to have a big Summer and move up close to 5 star status. Top 30 potentially ceiling is possible. Kid is talented, but has a motor and just wants to get better.
I told y’all coach Sampson will do anything to improve the overall roster.
"The Chicago native had drawn enough interest to take his talents down to Houston to play for a top 25 Cougars team that made the NCAA Tournament as a No. 6 seed. Grant appeared in 24 games and scored a season-high 12 points in 11 minutes against East Carolina. After his junior year, Grant and Houston coach Kelvin Sampson discussed what role Grant would likely have on the team as a senior.
“What I wanted for my senior year and what they envisioned for me my senior year, it was just a mutual thing where I really wanted to fulfill my dream,” Grant said. “I wanted to reach that, and Buffalo presented me with a proposition that made it realistic, so that was something I wanted to take hold of immediately.”
-With one opportunity, Three Rivers men’s basketball alumnus Gabe Grant went from ‘recreational player’ to NCAA Division I talent-