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Early College Signings NOW ONLINE!

Post by UNLV SB » Wed, 19 Nov 1997 04:00:00


It is funnt that you think LB is a panther school. I think UCLA is the definite
 panther school. It doesn't seem like that many go to LB anymore. Maybe it was
 because the Panther's have a good program and LB had a great program so girls
 wanted to go to competitve schools. Not sure but you are right. It seems like
 Washington is an old Pirette school so there are definite trends.  Amie

 
 
 

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Post by Hiller » Wed, 19 Nov 1997 04:00:00

If I were Mike Candrea, where would I look first for players who can help
me win the Pac-10 and the CWS?

Well, the first place to look would be the direction of the Panthers and
the various flavors of Batbusters and Athletics. These teams win with
consistency in the top JO level in the world. There have been four Gold
Nationals held going back to 1994, and only two teams have won them ~
Gary's Batbusters and Gordon's Panthers. If these clubs are the best of the
best year after year, why look any further than those two teams or maybe
two or three others for players?

On the other hand, take a look at Jay Miller of Missouri. Where does he
look for players? What chance does he have of landing anyone from the top 5
or 10 California teams? Has he ever approaced Gary Haning for players?
Would Gary recommend Missouri to any of his players?

Another good question to ask is whether or not Mike Candrea thinks
recruiting is easy or is a chore. How much competition is there for the
best of the best?

In two weeks, we will find some very interesting activity in Southern
California. The TOC and the Turkey Turd tournaments will be held the week
prior to the NFCA's huge national convention in Palm Springs. Most of the
college coaches in the country will be on hand ~ something that hasn't
happened since 1992. These SoCal tournaments that draw usually around 100
scouts may draw two or three times that amount this time. It will be elbows
and ***s at the TOC for sure (mostly ***s, a.h.'s with scholarship
money). I'm curious whether or not Sue Enquist will be observing or
actually will attempt to do some recruiting.

Vince

 
 
 

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Post by Gary Hani » Thu, 20 Nov 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
(Hiller SB) writes:

>If I were Mike Candrea, where would I look first for players who can
help
>me win the Pac-10 and the CWS?

>On the other hand, take a look at Jay Miller of Missouri. Where does
he
>look for players? What chance does he have of landing anyone from the
top 5
>or 10 California teams? Has he ever approaced Gary Haning for players?
>Would Gary recommend Missouri to any of his players?

Vince,

Jay has recruited players from our team and his freshman SS is from
Tyrone's team. Jay is a class individual and I would be fine with my
players' choosing to go to school there. Obviously, recruiting So Cal
kids is easier for Mike than for Jay, but Jay does work at it too.

Gary Haning

 
 
 

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Post by Hiller » Fri, 21 Nov 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
> Washington is an old Pirette school so there are definite trends.

You mean Shannon Walsh...old Pirette...

I'm sure John Gaw is welcoming her into the Pirette family...

Vince

 
 
 

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Post by Hiller » Tue, 25 Nov 1997 04:00:00

The early signings list has reached 130 names. Now that the early signing
period is over, I'll accept verbal commitments until next April, when the
regular signing period opens. It will be up to those who submit information to
make the necessary notification when the "verbal" becomes "signed."

Thanks,
Vince
http://members.aol.com/HillerSB/

 
 
 

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Post by Hiller » Fri, 28 Nov 1997 04:00:00

Well, the first MUG SHOT has arrived in email, and of course it is Samantha
Russian from the Virigina Shamrocks, who signed with South Carolina. Sam's mug
is on my web site.

Anyone else who emails me a mug shot will be boosted to the top of the list
(Sam's been there from the beginning)

Early signing list = 136 athletes, 63 of whom are from one state (Gee, how did
that happen)

Later,
Vince
http://members.aol.com/HillerSB