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'16 WA PG Sam Cunliffe

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive - Basket' started by wyobuff, Dec 16, 2014.

  1. wyobuff

    wyobuff Well-Known Member

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    Again, it's early so there's not a lot of info on him, but he's being recruited by coach pri and has apparently already been on a visit. Not a lot of info, but he's transitioning from off guard to PG, and is 6'4 - so he fits the style of PG boyle prefers.

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    Bishop Blanchet HS (Seattle, WA)
    AAU: A plus Black

    Reported Interest: Colorado, Gonzaga, Washington, Wazzu, Oregon, Utah, ASU, Minnesota.

    [video=youtube;d0b9cwD0ZRk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0b9cwD0ZRk[/video]
     
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    tante Club Member Club Member

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    he is listed as 6'6" on quite a few sites. So not really sure what his official height is. It sounds like he is Gonzaga's to lose.

    http://www.slipperstillfits.com/2014/11/18/7243249/sam-cunliffe-emerges-as-a-priority-in-2016




    http://www.burlisononbasketball.com/2014/11/cunliffe-davis-show-out-at-wce-camp-in-colorado/
     
  3. BuffG

    BuffG Well-Known Member

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    looks interesting but his competition in the highlights is so painfully small, slow and inept that it's hard to say anything. Considering that he also didn't play varsity his freshman & sophomore yrs, he will likely have a steep learning curve at a high major unless he really hits the AAU circuit hard.
     
  4. iSmellChip

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    MarkW Well-Known Member

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    With Brown & Satterwhite committed in this class ('16), I wonder how interested CU is at this point?
     
  6. Hoops Fan

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    I would take this guy in a heartbeat! ... then get a big to fill out the class
     
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    BuffinCali Well-Known Member

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    Need Bigs

    Boyle will lose Scott and XJ next year. Miller is a PF, there is no replacement for Scott & XJ. Boyle has a Freshman PG, his focus should be on replacing the bigs with quality bigs. The only way I see him taking another G is if he is aware that Collier is leaving for some reason, otherwise, focus on PF and C first, then a PG.

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  8. iSmellChip

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    Where will Scott and XJ be going exactly?
     
  9. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    They're seniors for the 2015-16 season. So if we're talking about the 2016 recruiting class needs, we're talking about replacing some significant front court pieces.
     
  10. iSmellChip

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    Your right my bad I thought he was 2015 for a moment. When those 2 leave we will still have miller and Gordon
     
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    Goose Hoops Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    It's a guard oriented sport. Get PGs.
     
  12. Hoops Fan

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    AMEN!
     

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