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Jordan Scott

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive - Basket' started by MtnBuff, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. MtnBuff

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    Josh Scott's younger brother, I'm sure a profile exist but didn't want to put this question on there.

    Up until this year Josh and Jordan have always been together and are close. Josh looks like a solid recruit, the kind we would have loved to have for most of the recent history of this program. Unfortunately as good as he looks to be with the quality of kids that Tad is in on it doesn't look like we have a scholly available for him.

    He is on the radar of a number of programs (including the AFA where his dad went) but I wonder if he and his family would be interested in having him walk-on for the Buffs and continue his career with his brother.
     
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    Sure. Give him a walk on spot.
     
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    Don't think there is any question Tad would welcome him, I am more wondering if there is any real chance he would consider giving up a scholly someplace else to pay his way to Boulder.
     
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    What about Dre's younger brother?
     
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    Nope. We're already strapped for available scholarships.
     
  6. MtnBuff

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    Don't know much about him but if he is anything like Dre or his sister he would be good to have around.
     
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    I'm sure that the program would be more then happy to get a player of his caliber as a walk-on.

    But he's a talented enough kid to get a scholarship somewhere pretty decent... likely somewhere he gets more playing time. Really surprised the Rams haven't offered him yet. Either there or Wyoming would be good spots for him imo.
     
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    Which is why the question about walking on. The family is reasonably well off and could likely afford to pay for him to go to CU. They would be giving up a lot of money if he turns down a full scholly elsewhere and he is good enough the option is going to be there. At the same time he may want to play with his brother, play for Tad, go to CU enough for them to pay for him to go.

    If he did we would be getting basically a bonus 3* player in the process.
     
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    Now I get what you meant. However, you mentioned Tad, and then wrote "he" in the same sentence (without anyone else's name being mentioned), leading me to think that you meant Tad when you wrote "he," rather than it referring to Jordan. By "someplace else," I thought you meant another position.

    Now knowing what you meant, my answer is "who knows?" That's totally up to Jordan and his family. I have no clue whether or not Jordan would rather play with his big brother or make a name for himself somewhere else.
     

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