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  1. But I haven’t talked shit about him specifically. Otzelberger’s assessment from when he signed on matches with what I have. He’s gonna be a double figure scorer next year.
  2. When have I talked shit about Moses Wood? The talent is obvious. There’s good players on teams besides UNLV. Orlando Robinson is projected as a first round pick in 2021. Jalen Harris and Malachi Flynn will get drafted if they enter the 2020 draft.
  3. Hopefully, UNLV is also working on 2021 for the non-conference schedule. I’m pretty sure they’re trying to get into Battle 4 Atlantis.
  4. Btw, I’m way more toned down on player projections than I used to be. I was concerned about Jonah Antonio because he shot in the low 30s from three at Mount St. Mary’s. I also don’t think the power six schools are recruiting him that hard. I think he winds up somewhere like the Summit League or WAC.
  5. This is against D1 competition. Reinhardt’s was against HS competition. In addition, Moses Wood shot 37.3% from three on a team that was lousy and didn’t set things up for him. He also has a dad who played on the NBA.
  6. Maybe we can get a home and home with Oklahoma. I still feel like we can use one more marquee home game.
  7. His dad played seven seasons in the NBA. Not often you find 6’8” guys who can handle like that at the college level. He’s a mismatch as a small ball four.
  8. They actually spend more being married.
  9. Did you fall asleep during Rice’s tenure? He landed a McDonald’s All-American in every recruiting class he had. UNLV transcends conference and carries a lot of weight. Our fan base has a low self-esteem.
  10. I don’t think UNLV is done adding (good) teams either. My guess is at least one more home game against a P5 team and a upper tier mid-major team.
  11. I think he’s pretty reliable. I think we stand a strong chance at both Glenn Taylor and Zaon Collins.
  12. I can assure you that the outside shooting will be a lot better. David Jenkins was the top jump shooter (47.7%) in college basketball his sophomore year at South Dakota State. Moses Wood shot 37.3% as a freshman at Tulane. Both will be 40% three point shooters. They only need one more player to step up from three beyond those two.