7/24/2017 8:34:25 PM      Replies: 12

Height: 6-2
Weight: 165
Position: point guard
Committment: medium

dmvpiranha5/2/2017 7:10:02 PM

Where would we be without wishful thinking?


dmvpiranha5/2/2017 7:14:37 PM

Stop me if you've heard this before: we're going after another class of 2018 point guard! Originally from Mississauga, Canada. Currently playing in Virginia.

Holds offers from a ton of schools: Wake Forest, Providence, Creighton, UNLV, Tennessee, Stanford, Cincinnati, Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Rhode Island, Charlotte, and Harvard.

Verbal Commits


Jaelin Llewellyn has recieved offers from Purdue & George Washington 💪🏽🏀


the dude5/2/2017 7:27:21 PM

I like signs of a Canadian pipeline starting to form.  Would like to see a LOT more of that.  Mojo's best asset ought to be a big dividend for us over time.


bigfan5/2/2017 7:39:50 PM

Want someone who understands you?

Play for the only Canadian coach on a major team and the youngest one.

Best to commit now and enjoy your summer and next year, secure in the knowledge you are going to the most international city in the United States.

A great education with a Canadian twist and plenty of playing time for a freshman.


bobo5/2/2017 11:34:56 PM

Canadian pipeline? 

hondo5/3/2017 1:21:51 AM

Why is Canada producing so many good players? Was it always like this or is this a new thing. 

gw alum abroad5/3/2017 6:04:51 AM

Global climate change, Hondo. They no longer have as abundant pond ice so some good athletes are learning basketball instead of curling or hockey, eh. 🍁

the mv5/3/2017 10:51:19 AM

Hondo, back-to-back overall #1 picks in the NBA draft in Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins, after no Canadian had ever been picked first in the NBA draft.  The uptick in Canadians taking up basketball started during Steve Nash's popularity which coincided with Totonto and Vancouver being awarded NBA franchises.  The Raptors being competitive in recent years has helped.  And, just like anywhere else, the costs to play basketball pale in comparison to ice hockey which steers many recreational players towards hoops.  Basketball is now the third most popular recreational sport in Canada after hockey and soccer.

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dmvpiranha7/24/2017 6:11:47 PM

Princeton (7/24)

ziik the bomb thrower7/24/2017 6:40:38 PM

Thanks goodness.

Imagine spelling that name for 5 years or more.


me7/24/2017 8:34:25 PM

We had enough trouble spelling Anthony Swan's last name...

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