Pat Andreesmall forward - 6-8

By: Florida Colonial (562 posts) - 2/10/2015 6:47:56 PM

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By: BM (5,673 posts) - 2/22/2015 5:34:26 PM

RHoops Recruiting @RHoopsRecruits
George Washington and Princeton watched 2016 Christian Brothers (NJ) forward Pat Andree, according to @NJHoops. Andree scored 22 in CBA win

By: Mike K (1,177 posts) - 2/22/2015 6:36:34 PM

According to FC'S article, we have offered (as did Lehigh). "While Andree said he's been offered by Lehigh and George Washington and loves those two schools, he'll plan to start taking official visits after Jan. 1, 2015. His goal is to attend a great school for academics and also hope that schools has a big basketball tradition."

By: GW hoops fan (2 posts) - 3/11/2015 10:44:44 AM

http://shoresportsnetwork.com/boys-basketball/

By: MLNLAW (51 posts) - 3/13/2015 6:54:41 AM

Allright, CBA is my alma mater!  I would love to see a Colt join the Colonials. 

By: MLNLAW (51 posts) - 3/13/2015 5:48:56 PM

Allright, CBA is my alma mater!  I would love to see a Colt join the Colonials. 

By: Tennessee Colonial (1,179 posts) - 3/13/2015 9:02:22 PM

AM, CBA, eh? Ran a cross-country dual there and remember that the course was set in sand. Half our runners lost shoes on that day. When in my Jr. year in HS we played a game at your place I'll never forget. The scoreboard said in the 4th period, 44-44. All 4's on the scoreboard. RC beat CBA 55-50. Nice campus. Well we got a Bosco guy, why not a Colt?

By: Florida Colonial (562 posts) - 7/11/2015 8:46:09 PM

Verbal Commits ‏@VerbalCommits  53m53 minutes ago

American, George Washington, and Vermont offered 2016 Christian Brothers (NJ) F Pat Andree. @PDre34 http://verbalcommits.com/players/pat-andree …

By: BM (5,673 posts) - 7/15/2015 9:30:02 AM

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By: Florida Colonial (562 posts) - 8/5/2015 11:07:13 AM

Christian Brothers' Pat Andree sets three official visits

GW 8/10-12

By: BC (1,645 posts) - 8/5/2015 8:04:43 PM

Great, a first name I can pronounce!

By: esfhvfgb (8/6/2015 6:58:52 AM)

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By: Craig Martinez (8/6/2015 10:02:27 AM)

BC, I'm glad your limited comprehension and verbal skills could be accommodated. /s 

By: Teddy Rossevelt (8/6/2015 7:38:07 PM)

when i was in 7th grade and pat was in 8th both our teams were playing in the same hg tournament and i watched him play a few times. i dont really remember him too much besides the fact that he was like 6'7 and in 8th grade and could finish inside. 

By: Florida Colonial (562 posts) - 8/10/2015 3:58:18 PM

Alex Kline@TheRecruitScoop 2h2 hours ago

George Washington is expected to host 2016 CBA (NJ) forward Pat Andree for an official visit beginning today.

By: Bo Knows (705 posts) - 8/10/2015 5:10:12 PM

I think this kid would be a good get for GW. Has good upside but needs to improve his strength and physicality in the post but would be a great candidate for a stretch 4 position. He can shoot it and put the ball on the floor. Would fit an ML team well. Has a good pedigree - I believe Dad was NBA player and McD's All-American  - Tim Andree played at Notre Dame for Digger Phelps in early 1980's.

By: Mike K (1,177 posts) - 8/10/2015 6:14:09 PM

Bo, have you seen him play, or are you going by scouting reports?

By: Wax Daddy (193 posts) - 8/10/2015 6:53:14 PM

It's funny the position we are in for recruiting. Someone like Dylan Painter got offerred by us first but has now blown up with the penn state, nova offers that may put us out of contention. On the other hand, we're the only school outside of the patriot league to offer Pat which worries me a little bit. He may not have been interested in other schools or had the intensive AAU circuit his junior year to garner more attention, but I'd like to see at least some interest above the patriot league by another team. I understand there may be other offers on the table we don't know about, but the visits would signify us, william & mary, and lehigh are the three front runners. Hoping he's the type of kid we can snap up before he blows up his senior year as a small forward / stretch 4.

By: The Dude (529 posts) - 8/10/2015 7:39:09 PM

Anyone else here a little concerned about the recent recruiting efforts? The 2013 class was a disaster, the 2015 class on paper is a bit underwhelming, and last year's class was a mixed bag (with some real potential though to be a good one.)  So for 2016, when you see weeks and months of still very early but no great as of yet signs, any concerns?

By: Bo Knows (705 posts) - 8/10/2015 8:09:27 PM

Saw him play at a couple Hoop Group events in PA/NJ.

By: maypoman (671 posts) - 8/10/2015 8:14:15 PM

Plenty. Recruiting at GW has never been easy and Mike has run into the same problems as every other GW head coach -- small arena, apathetic students, lack of tradition, overemphasis on getting "student athletes"(which I feel may be hamstringing the coach too much)..For me, Mike's inability so far to bring in another big man with some experience for the upcoming season is very concerning. I acknowledge that the Larson class was terrific but to be successful the coach literally needs to duplicate it every year-- something that hasn't happened.  

By: Bo Knows (705 posts) - 8/10/2015 8:21:39 PM

Dude - I have four separate reports out of Florida that we are going to like Collin Smith. On paper may not look like a great signing which is why you have to talk to people who have watched these guys play. If it makes you feel any better I never thought either Nick Griffin or Darian Bryant projected to this level and they are now about where they should have gone initially.

To the board - as a general comment we have to stop worrying about who our competition is for a particular recruit. Marcus Thornton went to William & Mary correct? Lehigh had CJ McCollum, correct? We can all recount the supposed "better players" who went higher but sure weren't better than these two as examples. Malcolm Miller from Holy Cross just was invited to the Celtics training camp after a good Summer League. At some level you have to trust ML and staff to get it right. They are not going to hit a home run every time but they've been right far more often than wrong so far. That said, in this particular case, I can say in my opinion Pat Andree can play and make an impact at GW.Whether he ultimately chooses GW or not, we will see. But I have a good feeling about this one (much like Roland).  

 

By: ziik (2,950 posts) - 8/10/2015 8:33:23 PM

I burnt my dinner. That concerns me. 

Thanks for the dose of sanity, Bo,

By: The Dude (529 posts) - 8/10/2015 8:58:53 PM

I'd say either spread somewhat evenly or at least every other year Maypoman. We seem to get one great class, then they play for 3 or 4 years and we fail to repeat it, I call it my "GW Wave of Recruits Theory."  The best positioned (power BCS) schools can get an endless parade, somehow Mark Few types can get good recruits to sit forever behind guys like Kevin Pangos at Gonzaga.  Whereas, we seem to get one good wave and then can't duplicate it, or in the case of Jarvis only can duplicate once the first wave clears out. 

Bo, is it still an accurate statement to say, rest assured "ML and Staff have been right far more often than wrong"? Here are the recruits 2013-15:

Nick Griffin

Miguel C.

Skyler (recruited walk-on)

Cimino

Swan

PJ

Yuta

Darian

Roland

Goss

Ziik, if that reasoning restores sanity for you I'd suggest taking it easy on those opiates. 

 

By: Free Quebec (8/10/2015 9:00:07 PM)

Tough crowd.  

We have landed Colin Smith, who is going to be big time, Jaren Sina - all big east rookie team, and Alex Mitola - all Ivy 1st team this offseason.  And some of you think it's quiet because we haven't landed more studs by August. 

 

By: Wax Daddy (193 posts) - 8/10/2015 9:17:36 PM

Bo - great points on McCollum, Thornton, and the Holy Cross guard. It's just such a counter-intuitive concept to remember that big programs miss out on these types of kids every year. Up and onwards I'll be patient :)

By: Bo Knows (8/10/2015 9:33:06 PM)

Dude way to cherry pick 2 or 3 years ...

How about we look at the whole body of work? Let's not forget Garino, Savage, Larsen, McDonald, Creek, Armwood ... Yes we have to count transfers in if you are going to count transfers out.

I am not worried at all until November 2015 and April 2016 rolls around and we see where we are. Perhaps because ML and staff are quietly going about their business, the Dude is distressed because he can't read all about it on the internet yet. Don't worry Dude I promise there will be some news for you soon. In the meantime, Tom Crean said to send you his regards :-).

By: The Dude (529 posts) - 8/10/2015 10:03:24 PM

Cherry picking? ML has four fully formed recruiting classes, I listed the last 3 entirely (when you list the great 2012 class, the last 3 look even worse in contrast) while raising questions about "recrent recruiting classes" and no, transfers are a separate convo, we're talking about recruiting classes and recent ones. 

Bo, I'm sure you (and any reader here) are well aware you by design never address an actual point? You just insult, deflect, and throw out red herrings and misstate the views of someone who dares raise a discussion of the program that doesn't include only endless praise of your one true GOD, Michael Thomas Lonergan, his holiness. 

When I post to the board a question like "Does anyone have any concerns at all about the recent recruiting efforts?" please note Bo, I'm not asking for your latest propaganda campaign, but the thoughts and views of our fellow posters/readers who don't believe they are participating in the self styled one man's GW's version of the Kremlin's Pravda. 

So same question folks, any concerns?

By: Bo Knows (705 posts) - 8/10/2015 10:25:48 PM

OK Dude let's get back to the facts now you've gotten your nightly aggrieved victim rant. I get it ... you are the most misunderstood man at GW Hoops. I give you credit though, it must have been a hurculean effort to wrest that title from another poster.

But those recruiting classes were so terrible that we've played in the NCAA and NIT tournament the last 2 years. You have no idea who we are recruiting and will ultimately land for 2016 but you have "concerns" on August 10, 2015 lol. Please tell me all the commits we have had locked up at GW on August 10th over the years whether under Jarvis, Penders, Hobbs or ML. Of course, one would surmise that we hadn't received one commitment at all - of course that would be news to Collin Smith. So these concerns would be based on exactly what? 

Of course, if one challenges this nonsensical chicken little approach, they must work for Pravda and pray at the altar of ML. LOLOLOL. Dude you have a future in comedy ... college basketball recruiting analysis not so much.

By: The Dude (529 posts) - 8/10/2015 11:11:47 PM

Try as you might Bo, this isn't about me or you, I'm one GW fan asking other GW die hard fans if they have any concerns about recent recruiting.  Some have already raised some concerns in the past, two people raised some concerns on this thread, others may have zero concerns about the recent recruiting at all. 

This board isn't here for you to try put a lid on the slightest bit of interesting discussion.  As most people realize that a program is mostly the quality of its recruits, an honest converation about recent recruiting would be of interest to most ardent GW fans. In other words, shhh, stop with your ad hominem silly attacks, and let other people chime in about GW recruiting if they so choose. 


 

By: BACCAS92 (705 posts) - 8/11/2015 12:17:50 AM

My name is BACCAS92 and I am concerned.  I admit that I am concerned.  

By: Poog (3,875 posts) - 8/11/2015 12:22:30 AM

It's August. We're in on a number of players. One has already verballed to GW. Others have chosen other schools. Lonergan is not trying to resurrect the Core Four, duplicate the Pops/Hall haul, or recreate that great class of yore featuring the current British Senior Amateur Golf champion. He's simply trying to build a team he will be comfortable coaching. We used to hear nothing until NLI's were in hand and even then the info was slow in becoming public. Now we get bombarded with recruiting intel and rumors and idle and educated speculation. Exactly what is it that we're supposed to be worrying about now? OK, I guess Tsipis has verbals from 3 big guards but not tapped any center replacement for Jones to pair with Washington, Prange and Mahoney. But the men's team? Nah. Just a curiosity how the playing time will be distributed in the coming year.

By: The Dude (529 posts) - 8/11/2015 12:58:35 AM

Me too BACCAS92 and Maypoman. 

Poog, its not about the lack of activity in the class of 2016 (although 3 collectively spotty recruiting classes might put a little dent into confidence about the upcoming class no?) its much more about a terrible 2013 class, a mixed bag class of 14, and what appears on paper to be a not great 2015 class (and to be clear, its also too early to declare 2014 or 2015 of course, but not too early to be a little concerned about them imo - we have people here ready to annoint Colin Smith!)

So what's the concern you ask Poog? I'd say that the concern is that we've done most of the winning on the backs of one great initial 2012 recruiting class which is about to graduate this year, and that we're not seeing signs yet we've adequately replaced the soon to be departing talent over the course of the past 3 recruiting classes.  Ergo, reasonable concern that the same might be true of this very large and very important class of 2016.

 Is the sky falling? No. Should GW fans be a little concerned?  Yes I'd posit.

 

By: Free Quebec (8/11/2015 2:19:40 AM)

 

Dude, you are in the wrong here.  You are welcome to your opinion.  You are welcome to ask questions.  

But first you hijacked a thread about Pat Andree by asking whether anyone is concerned about our recruiting. Bo gave you a reasonable response by telling you he likes Colin Smith and Andree and Roland, but you had to keep poking him with a stick, particularly with a badly cherry picked list (you left off Creek, Sina, Cavanaigh, Hart, Mitola, McCoy as if it's 1998 and transfers aren't a huge component of recruiting these days) and directed it him in an unnecessary way  

So here's the thing.  Don't thread jack.  Don't stick your finger in Bo's eye and expect him not to poke back.  And for God's sake, let someone else express a contrary opinion without you needing to have the last word all the time. Even MV has learned how to do that. 

By: The Dude (529 posts) - 8/11/2015 3:33:38 AM

Well, I am asking for people's opinions, that was the very point (and other than Bo and you, people have been expressing theirs and I suspect will continue to do so.)  "Even MV....?" Let me first say a word about MV. He's a vastly more interesting poster than you are, among the best writers this site has to offer frankly.  Bo on the other hand is running what he openly admits are his own 1 man GW propaganda efforts, he has stated that is what the purpose of this site ought to be, that's the guy you want to rush to defend? Revealing.

At least when Bo gives his Pravda act a rest, he's a good poster,  you in contrast, are an ever predictable, one-noter, a boring moralizer where the GW basketball compass is always pointing north no matter the evidence suggesting otherwise.  You are the stats guy here? You don't even undertand the most mundane of sample size concepts. So your bevy of lectures at me from the moment I began to post and lectures of everyone else here fall totally flat.  You were the guy telling us how great Miguel Cartagena was and lecturing people on this site who questioned that signing and many others.  Look at most any old recruit thread and you'll find the same lectures at people from you if anyone dared question a signing.  (and God forbid there was a political thread, our conservative leaning posters here were sure to get a stern lecure from you too.)   So its taken with a grain of salt when you chime in on the topic of recruits.  Here you jumped right to transfers, not the topic, but you think having 3 scholarships to offer and coming away with one 5'11 reserve guard for 2015-16 (and one 6'2 guard who must sit a year and one wasted/unused scholarship) is a good offseason for 3 transfer spots?? Where's the immediately eligible big man everyone was clamoring for?? That's your evidence that we should be elated with recent recruiting?  "Our Stats guy?" Haha, you want to learn something about stats or recruiting insights, I suggest our readers listen instead to the actual voices of reason and statistical insights, Bobo, Thomas, BM etc etc.

I asked a very reasonable question, should we be a little concerned about recent recruiting classes and this next one. Same question is on the table for anyone who would like to address it.  Attacking the person asking the question is silly. The question isn't.  Are you a little concerned GW fans? Should you be?

 

By: stats (19 posts) - 8/11/2015 6:06:56 AM

Dude,

No, we should not be a little concerned about recent recruiting classes and this next one.  

Have you seen Roland, Goss and Smith play?

By: pops (505 posts) - 8/11/2015 6:07:29 AM

And Dude stop critiquing other posters.  "MV is a vastly more interesting poster"  what the hell is that?  Pretending for a moment this was a legit hijacking, why on earth would you exclude transfers and say they are a different discussion?  if this was about classmates you might have a point but its not.  its about evaluating whether ML is doing a good job recruiting.  You might reasonably argue that Sina belongs with the '16 class because he has to sit a year but i don't believe even that is valid if the discussion is about how ML is doing.  Sina needs to be included with the class coming in this year.

so, this year's incoming class is roland, sina, mitola, goss.  admittedly mitola is here for just one year but that's fine because we get an accomplished 4th yr guy and then we get to re-use his slot.

  • this yr: roland, sina, mitola, goss
  • last yr: pj, yuta, cimino, swan, bryant, cavanaugh, hart
  • 2yrs ago: griffin, creek, McCoy, white
  • 3yrs ago: larsen, savage, garino, mcdonald, maragkos
  • 4yrs ago: armwood, kopriva
  • next yr so far: smith

No one hits on every recruit, particularly at this level.  thank you very much, ML is doing quite well.  one of the aspects of ML's style that is underappreciated is his penchant to mix up scholarships.  each year we get 4yr recruits but these tend to mixed with recruits of varying length.  this tends to improve continuityand some two &

 

By: pops (505 posts) - 8/11/2015 6:15:32 AM

that went before i meant to send it. apologies for the last sentence.  anyway mixing up recruits and transfers helps keep slots rolling over at different times and keeps one team from being just freshmen.  Basically it cuts down on the number of "rebuilding" years.

By: pkgw (180 posts) - 8/11/2015 7:07:16 AM

My 2 cents.  Everybody keps clamoring for that 5th year big man transfer.  It was very doubtful from the beginning that we would get one.  Why?

A 5th year transfer Big Man will want lots of playing time.  Looking at GW, we see Larsen probably getting close to 30 minutes per game  and Cavanaugh (potentially 20-30 minutes) as the starters.  Playin time is at a premium.

As far as recruiting classes, I am okay with people sharing opinions, but I also take from the analogy of cooking "I don't care about how or what the ingrediants are - I care how the finished product tastes."  I do not know about recruits and what they did in high school or how they are ranked.  I care about how they are mixed together as a team and the end result.  If we do not get any "Top 100" recruits but make NIT or NCAA every year, I would be very happy with that.

Just my opinion. 

By: Free Quebec (8/11/2015 8:32:09 AM)

I did answer your question.   Look at the first post after you asked it. 

But this a Pat Andree thread so clearly this is a thread jacking, especially because you go ballistic when you get an answer you don't like.  

 

 

By: Craig Martinez (8/11/2015 8:49:27 AM)

You are all 4-star recruits in my heart! 

By: Rich Maier (17 posts) - 8/11/2015 9:53:14 AM

Dude, nobody has any idea how the this year's recruiting class will perform much less the 2016. there are so many more important things in life to be concerned about than ML's recruiting. it's way down my list. ML has done a very capable job of resurrecting the program. i've been a fan since 1968 and lived through bad seasons and good. so i give you the advise you gave someone recently.....RELAX. 

By: Mike K (1,177 posts) - 8/11/2015 9:58:59 AM

Dude, start a new thread.

By: Danjsport (1,195 posts) - 8/11/2015 10:10:45 AM

Look at all of this news about Pat Andree!  

I'm not concerned about the class until I see them play.  I like Yuta, and I like PJ from last year's class.  I think they are two solid starters.  I like the pickup of Cavanaugh, and i'm hopeful about Hart.  

As far as 2016, the team has Sina coming in along with Smith and, Bo has implied on several occasions that news (presumably good news) will be coming soon.  I don't know how soon, but I'll remain patient.

We've got a year coming up where Joe, Pato, and Kev can lead through their senior year and hopefully make a second NCAA tourney in 3 years.  This would also boost recruiting efforts.

 

In the meanitime, good luck to Pat Andree on the recruiting trail.

By: Tuna Can (1,661 posts) - 8/11/2015 10:11:09 AM

Look at all of this news about Pat Andree!  

I'm not concerned about the class until I see them play.  I like Yuta, and I like PJ from last year's class.  I think they are two solid starters.  I like the pickup of Cavanaugh, and i'm hopeful about Hart.  

As far as 2016, the team has Sina coming in along with Smith and, Bo has implied on several occasions that news (presumably good news) will be coming soon.  I don't know how soon, but I'll remain patient.

We've got a year coming up where Joe, Pato, and Kev can lead through their senior year and hopefully make a second NCAA tourney in 3 years.  This would also boost recruiting efforts.

 

In the meanitime, good luck to Pat Andree on the recruiting trail.

By: Danjsport (1,195 posts) - 8/11/2015 10:11:45 AM

Somehow I double posted the last one--one coming under the name of Tuna Can.  That was me, twice.  I apologize

By: Nitro (8/11/2015 11:38:12 AM)

Dude take your personal dispute with Bo elsewhere. In this thread, I saw nothing but Bo providing some information here about Pat Andree until you decided you didn't like the information he provided and hijacked the thread. As for Bo being a one-man PR campaign, didn't he say above that neither Griffin or Bryant were at the level of GW. Sounds like an objective implied criticism of the program to me. 

As for Pat Andree from what I am reading here and elsewhere sounds like an intriguing prospect.

 

By: The MV (4,915 posts) - 8/11/2015 1:08:44 PM

I really don't want to enter into this debate and am writing to answer The Dude's question.  However, as long as Nitro has brought up Bo's "objective analysis" of Nick Griffin and Darian Bryant, I do think it's worth pointing out that I can recall Bo posting nothing along these lines as the players were being recruited.  A truly objective analysis could have been stated before-the-fact, along the lines of "I'm confused why we're recruiting these players" or "these players simply are not A10 level players" rather than citing that they weren't strong fits once they departed.  I'm not suggesting that Bo should have said these things, but let's not suggest that Bo is nothing if not objective, when in reality, very little could be further from the truth.

As for The Dude's question, like other questions presented here, I don't believe there is a definitive answer in either direction.  I don't think it's entirely fair to compare ML's first recruiting class (after the class of John Kopriva) to other classes.  The Core 4 (plus Paris) were brought in at a time where GW's talent cupboard was pretty bare.  While ML does not strike me as the kind of person who would guarantee playing time to anyone, there is a difference between saying "come to GW and you'll have a realistic chance to compete for playing time" and " come to GW and while there are no guarantees, I can't believe you won't have a realistic shot at playing 20-30 minutes a game as a freshman, given what we have."  I'm pretty sure that the Core 4 heard the second speech.

Since that class, ML has focused on adding depth and plugging holes, often with transfers who are not using up 4 years of eligibility.  So even if you're averaging only 2-3 newcomers per season who will ultimately play major minutes, it's not essential that freshmen play big minutes early on out of desperation (like the Core 4 had to do) due to the added depth.  This has often been the case with this program.  Kwame Evans did not play very much as a freshman playing behind Dirkk Surles. Jaason Smith's minutes went from 13+ as a freshman to 32+ as a senior.  Mo Rice averaged fewer than 10 minutes a game as a freshman.  You would not look at any of these players as guys who couldn't play well at the a10 level.  It's also why I am far less concerned than The Dude over how many minutes Prince Harry played last season.  With Kethan having departed and a year of experience under his belt, Harry's playing time should increase considerably this season.

Once the Core 3 plus Alex leave, next season should not be a big letdown in my mind.  A team that relies on Tyler, Jaren, Paul, Jordan, and Yuta should be pretty competitive in my mind.  And then 4 of these 5 return the following year.  (This all assumes that everyone stays.) Collin Smith may very well be the real deal but the reality is that he won't need to be as a freshman.  As a sophomore, he's competing with Goss for minutes.  The problem is that we don't know if sophomore Smith/Junior Goss looks more like Tyler/KevLar or more like Swan/Cimino.  (And by the way, this entire analysis takes for granted that Anthony and Matt will never get to where many here thought they would get to one day, an assumption that still has plenty of time to turn out erroneously.)  I'm not willing to assume the former because of the number of stars they received out of high school.  And, I can't assume the latter because they have yet to prove it at this level.

So to The Dude's question, am I concerned about recruiting?  Every day.  But until we start to experience a Hobbs-like skid after three straight NCAA apperances because the talent level drops off considerably, I'm not exactly going to worry about it either.

By: Nitro (8/11/2015 1:21:56 PM)

But

By: Nitro (8/11/2015 1:26:13 PM)

But MV if Bo was truly worried about PR wouldn't he have said either (a) nothing about Griffin and Bryant or (b) blamed the players for failing to work hard etc. (since none of this could be construed as ML's fault)? The point was that it was implied criticism whether timely or not which refutes Dude's apparent assertion that Bo will never say anything negative towards ML or the program.

As to your other points I largely agree.

By: The MV (4,915 posts) - 8/11/2015 2:04:33 PM

Nitro, he really didn't say anything bad about ML or the program.  He said something negative about two guys AFTER they had left the program. The timeliness of the comment absolutely does matter.  Only after it was realized that the players weren't good fits did Bo acknowledge what everyone here either already knew or could have figured out as a result of their respective transfers.  The comment would have been far more credible if it had been made during their recruitment or even during their playing days at GW.

By: Florida Colonial (562 posts) - 8/11/2015 2:10:51 PM

STOP!!  This is a thread about Pat Andree and not a place to argue about our recruiting successes or failures.  Please move on..   I wish the best to Pat and hope he enjoys his visit to Foggy Bottom.

By: Colonial'13 (94 posts) - 8/11/2015 2:13:25 PM

The Dude = The MV? o.0

By: ziik (2,950 posts) - 8/11/2015 2:17:14 PM

So, I turned the burned chicken into chicken salad. Still a bit too dry, but edible.

By: thinker (2,825 posts) - 8/31/2015 12:46:14 AM

Lehigh 8/30/15

By: Mentzinger (3,646 posts) - 8/31/2015 9:18:25 AM

When the recruits so worth getting commit to Lehigh and FGCU ...

By: Poog (3,875 posts) - 8/31/2015 9:25:17 AM

...then others will commit to GW or GWhoops will implode or both.

By: Florida Colonial (562 posts) - 8/31/2015 10:09:16 AM

We never know the full story. GW might have a prefernce for another recruit and didnt show the same commitment  (Golden etc).

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