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    Tulsa Golden Hurricanes (2020-2021) Kansas State Wildcats (2021-Present)
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  1. Got 15/20 even though I'm 24 but I had a lot of first hand experience with some of the things like turning on the headlights.
  2. I CRY FOUL!!! These poll's are ridiculously rigged so hard that the world is now round! I have been tipped from a anonymous source (maybe @anonemuss) that the choices have been rigged. For proof. lets look closely at this section To the naked eye, it seems very plausible that Bingo could have done a very good job at the University of Oregon that deserves such accolades. But once we turn to the HTML code. It all becomes clear I demand that there shall be a recount and that someone else should be declared the winner. Help im so bored
  3. Swipet's High School All-Americans Below is a collection of High School Talent that i have come across in my research into the 2024 class that jumps off the page and will be the recruits that high school coaches will gossip about like middle school girls. Some of my pick's may be based upon pure star rating and some may have a specific attribute that will flow well with a certain playbook or game plan. 10.G Kedarion Curtis 6-1 202 Fr St. Anthony (Long Beach CA) [Rebounder*] Probably the most "true" guard on this list, he can either direct the offense at the point or become a shooting guard that excels in penetrating the defense ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°). He shows a knack for long rebounds and has the quickness to beat his larger opponents to the ball. 9. F Kyle Fuller 6-7 249 Fr Cleveland (Rio Rancho NM) [**] If you like a 3-4 combo forward that is a deep threat from 3, you will like Kyle Fuller. Was the starting point guard last year at a staggering 5 foot 11, he quickly grew 8 inches over the summer and has kept his point guard skills and deep shooting. You've probably seen this guy on SportsCenter last week as he went off for 53 points in a playoff and topped that off by dunking on two poor defenders during a fast break. Although he can do it all, he has developed quicker than usual and does not have a true attribute to his game which could turn away coaches who are looking for a scheme guy. 8. SW Jervonte Reeves 6-6 240 Fr Bloom (Chicago Heights IL) [Blocker*] On of the top two defensive players in this class, he has played against the top talent in the country and every time he hold them below their season average. A massive defensive upgrade for your team. 7. FG Kreighton McKinney 6-8 252 Fr Mount Horeb (Mount Horeb WI) [Rebounder*] Like Kyle Fuller, McKinney was also a point guard before he grew 8 inches. The only thing that separates them is that McKinney STILL PLAYS POINT GUARD! If you want to see a massive mismatch just look up his gametape on YouTube. It looks like he could absolutely bully the opposing player and still be quick enough to get by him. Even when playing at National Tournament's, he has shows the skills to keep up with the best of them. 6. PG Jakobe Jordan 6-3 209 Fr Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie TX) [Gunner*] The second best scoring threat on this list is without a doubt Jakobe Jordan. Has had a average of 32.5 points per game his senior year but what suprises scouts is that he is not simply a high volume shooter, he also plays very efficiently as well. Even though opponents have resorted to double-teaming him, he has the vision to see the pass for the easy points. 5. PF Phillip Stone-Willis 6-11 294 Fr National Christian Academy (Fort Washington MD) [Protection*] Has length to die for and a nice mid-range jumper too. A really raw player that has some weight control problems but the good thing is that he probably wont come across any physical players who will bully him in the post. 4. SF Freddie Davis 6-2 210 Fr East Limestone (Athens AL) [Steal Artist*] Even though he is undersized at the Small Forward spot, he has is the best defender in this class as he has just enough length to make the best offensive players complete fools. 3. SF Jevon Logan 6-4 218 Fr Brandeis (San Antonio TX) [Physical**] Another great all around player he has shown to be more physical with his opponents than most undersized players but that doesn't knock against him as he can shoot tremendously from any spots on the floor. 2. SW Dushane Flowers 6-6 245 Fr Beulah (Beulah ND) [Gunner**] It's a shame that most of the United States has not heard of this talent from North Dakota because he is legit. Has not taken his talents on the AAU circuit like the other players on this list, but he has spread his fame through mix-tapes of his highlight dunks and sick play. Will take some time to adjust to better competition but he will probably be a one and done and declare for the NBA after his freshman season. 1. FC Jordan Peters 7-0 268 Fr Simeon (Chicago IL) [Rebounder**] Without a doubt the best high school basketball player we have seen by a long shot. I dare you to name a weakness on this guy as he has the size to tower over any forward, the quickness to get by centers, and even a shooting stroke that can make any guard jealous. Remember when i said fellow Chicagoan Jervonte Reeves held his opponents below their season average? Well that's technically true except when he allowed Peters score 28 on him, but even then that was below his season average of 38.9. Expect a ton of coaches to be trading up for him in this scouting draft because he is a once in a generation type talent that could probably play in the NBA next week.
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  5. Kansas State Second Half Late PG Dantrell Long 6-2 205 Fr South (Salina KS) [Mental Toughness] SG LaTario Norris 6-2 211 Jr Central (Andover KS) [6th Man] SF Allvince Malone 6-7 250 So Halstead (Halstead KS) PF Kadeem Williams 6-7 250 So Ness City (Ness City KS) [Blocker] C Darriel Rose 6-6 240 Fr Eaglecrest (Centennial CO) [Blocker] Williams and Rose use Blocker
  6. table { width: 70%; border-spacing: 0; } table td { padding: 3px; } tr { background-color: #FFF; } tr:nth-child(even){ background-color: #EAEAEA; } table.boxscore tr { background-color: #fff; } table.boxscore td { font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 90%; text-align: center; border: 1px solid #D3D3D3; border-right: 0px; border-top: 0px; } table.boxscore td:first-of-type { border-left: 0px; } table.boxscore tr:first-of-type td, table.boxscore tr:last-of-type td { border-bottom: 0px; } table.compare td { font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; text-align: center; } table td.block { height: 35px; text-align: center; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 100%; background-color: #00004c; color: #fff; font-weight: bold; } table td.teamspecific { width: 49%; min-width: 400px; display:inline-block; } table td.teamspecific td.stat{ text-align: left; } table td.teamspecific td.name{ text-align: left; } table td.teamspecific td.stat.name{ width: 12%; background-color: #BBB; font-weight:bold; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; } table td.teamspecific td.label { width: 40%; background-color: #BBB; font-weight: bold; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%; text-align: left; } @media (max-width: 840px) { table td.teamspecific{ width: 100%; } } Kansas State Second Half Early Player Rolls Doubling Rolls Attributes Stars Total Notes Demetrius Thompson 3 - - 1 4 - Jared Williams 4 - - 1 5 - Kaprice Boone - - - - - - Qua'sean Chapman 1 4 - 1 6 - Daniel McDonald 1 1 - 1 3 - Total = 18 @DarthJarJar
  7. Kansas State Wildcats Second Half Early  PG Demetrius Thompson 6-3 216 Jr Medicine Lodge (Medicine Lodge KS) [*] SG Jared Williams 6-5 235 (Jr) Sinton (Sinton TX) [Sharpshooter*] SF Kaprice Boone 6-4 231 Sr Berryhill (Tulsa OK) [*] PF Qua'sean Chapman 6-5 234 Jr Northeast (Arma KS) [Fatigued*] C Daniel McDonald 6-9 270 Sr Sublette (Sublette KS) [*]
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  9. Kansas State Wildcats 1st Half Late  PG Demetrius Thompson 6-3 216 Jr Medicine Lodge (Medicine Lodge KS) [*] SG Jared Williams 6-5 235 (Jr) Sinton (Sinton TX) [Sharpshooter*] SF Kaprice Boone 6-4 231 Sr Berryhill (Tulsa OK) [*] PF Galen Rivers 6-8 261 Fr Ellsworth (Ellsworth KS) [Motivation] C Daniel McDonald 6-9 270 Sr Sublette (Sublette KS) [*]
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  11. Kansas State Wildcats 1st Half Early  PG Demetrius Thompson 6-3 216 Jr Medicine Lodge (Medicine Lodge KS) [*] SG Jared Williams 6-5 235 (Jr) Sinton (Sinton TX) [Sharpshooter*] SF Kaprice Boone 6-4 231 Sr Berryhill (Tulsa OK) [*] PF Qua'sean Chapman 6-5 234 Jr Northeast (Arma KS) [Fatigued*] C Daniel McDonald 6-9 270 Sr Sublette (Sublette KS) [*]
  12. 2024 Kansas State Roster Outlook Quarterback QB Shane Kruse 6-4 234 (So) Northland Christian (Houston TX) 4.5 of 4.5 [Hybrid] Shane Kruse is coming back fresh off being named Offensive Freshman of the Year by BigXII coaches and breaking single season passing records. He progressed quite nicely over the off season and has been working with fellow NFL coaches to improve his pocket presence and knowledge. We expect his freshman mistakes to disappear this season and any improvement on his passing numbers would be amazing. Running Back RB Gabriel Vinson 5-8 191 (So) Port Charlotte (Port Charlotte FL) 3.5 of 4.0 [Power] Even though true freshman Dorian Talley had the most impressive offensive spring game we have seen in a long time, he will redshirt this season leaving Gabriel to once again take a lions share of the rushing this season. He has progressed at the maximum 1.5 this off-season just like his quarterback, but with a better offensive line, he should have the tools to make the opposing defenses pay when they are keying on the passing game. Wide Receivers WR Jermaine Jordan 6-0 157 (Jr) Medicine Lodge (Medicine Lodge KS) 4.0 of 4.0 [Speed] WR Joel De La Cruz-Venegas 6-1 230 (Sr) Sublette (Sublette KS) 3.5 of 3.5 [Target] WR Neal Pryor 5-11 176 Jr W.B. Travis (Austin TX) 3.0 of 3.5 [Speed] WR Sha'quan Fowler 6-1 191 Fr Stratford (Stratford OK) 3.0 of 3.5 [Speed] Once again leading the way is Junior receiver Jermaine Jordan who led the team in catches and yards last year. Following him would be senior Joel De La Cruz who has quietly in 6th place on Kansas State's all time reception list, Junior Neal Pryor who's going to get his start at WR3 and finally true freshman Sha'quan Fowler who has impressed the coaching staff enough to be listed as the slot wide receiver and will hopefully become a solid 4 year starter. A surprise to many is that fellow freshman Akiem Wiklins (2.5/4.0) will redshirt this coming season even though he was listed as the 23 best wide receiver in the country according to Rivals. Fullback FB Dovid DeMarco 5-10 204 (Sr) Abilene (Abilene KS) 3.5 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] Nothing much to say here. Just another solid starter is coming back. Tight End TE P.K. Lovelace 6-1 225 (Jr) Atwood (Atwood KS) 4.5 of 4.5 [Blocking]TE Devin Doherty 6-2 218 (So) Lebo (Lebo KS) 3.5 of 4.5 [Blocking] Both P.K. Lovelance and Devin Doherty will be listed as co-starters with Kansas State emphasising dual TE sets on offense in an effort to get both these guys on the field. P.K. will be under the designated blocking tight end role while Devin will have the tight end starting spot. But look to see these two often this season. Offensive Line LT Maxim Kelly 6-5 278 (Sr) Ellsworth (Ellsworth KS) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] LG Lorenzo Long 6-1 296 (Jr) Delta Academy (Marks MS) 3.5 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] C Jared Petty 6-3 294 (So) Ritenour (Overland MO) 3.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] RG Raymond Ashby 6-1 299 (Fr) Ellinwood (Ellinwood KS) 2.5 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] RT Hunter Lowry 6-2 303 (Jr) Sinton (Sinton TX) 3.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] Anchoring the left end of the line is none other than senior Maxum Kelly who has anchored the left tackle spot for 4 years and looks to make his senior campaign the best of them. Left Guard Lorenzo Long, like Maxum, has been a starting guard since his redshirt freshman season as well and is a solid veteran who will provide leadership to the incoming O-Line freshman. Center Jared Petty edged out Junior Nicholas Aranda Jr in spring practice and will probably be the starter for the remainder of his collegiate career. The surprise comes at right guard with redshirt freshman Raymond Ashby getting the starting role over Calvin Hyde and even grad transfer Gregory Wagner. Coaches have discussed that he is a better fit in the pass heavy scheme that the offensive coaches want to run but do not count out Calvin or Gregory as they will see some action this year as well. Finishing off the group of five is Right Tackle Hunter Lowry who will get his first start on the offensive line after backing up Maxum Kelly last year. Defensive Line RE Prince Vann 6-0 258 (Jr) Bridge City (Bridge City TX) 3.5 of 3.5 [Blitz] DT Jonah Caruso 6-1 286 (Sr) Royal Valley (Hoyt KS) 4.5 of 4.5 [1-Gap] LE Preston Evans 6-5 258 (So) Floydada (Floydada TX) 3.0 of 3.5 [Contain] Senior Defensive Tackle Jonah Caruso looks to be anchoring the Wildcat defensive line this year along with constant starter Price Vann at right end and a new face in Preston Evans at Left End that has been another young surprise to coaches this spring and is looking to finally contribute. Linebackers ROLB Zahir Moore 6-1 234 (Sr) Frankfort (Frankfort KS) 3.5 of 3.5 [Blitz] Mike ILB Brendan Scherer 6-3 262 (Sr) Royal Valley (Hoyt KS) 5.0 of 5.0 [Mike] Will ILB Akiem Dupree 6-1 236 (Sr) Central (Salina KS) 3.5 of 3.5 [Mike] LOLB Mario Hamilton 6-1 224 (So) Ellinwood (Ellinwood KS) 3.5 of 4.5 [Blitz] Without a doubt the most talented position group of the team with NFL talents in Brendan Scherer and Mario Hamilton along side seasoned players like Akiem and Zahir make this one of the stronger Linebacking Corps in the country. The big suprise was that the other freshman breakout Samuel Bryan will be red shirting this season even though he was on the starting defense and put up very impressive numbers, he wanted to take some time to adjust to college first and then come in next year and try to fill the void that the legend Brendan Scherer leaves. Cornerbacks CB Sammy Schuler 5-10 191 Sr Poteet (Poteet TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] CB Daniel O'Hara 5-9 202 (Jr) Basehor-Linwood (Basehor KS) 4.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] CB Jason Sterling 6-1 201 (So) Joaquin (Joaquin TX) 3.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] CB Nigel Parris Jr. 6-1 175 (So) Shelton (Dallas TX) 3.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] Probably the second strongest unit that has consistent depth especially with the incoming freshman. Both Sammy and Daniel have a combined 7 years of experience as number 1 and 2 starting CBs so safe to say they are well accustomed to opposing wide receivers. Backing those two up will be Jason and Nigel who have the size to throw the bigger receivers off their route and will try to physically bully any smaller ones at the line of scrimmage. Overall a very well coached and consistent unit Safety's FS Andrew Hobson 6-1 207 (Sr) Afton (Afton OK) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] SS Ryan Crenshaw 5-11 210 Jr Abilene (Abilene KS) 3.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] Grad Transfer Andrew Hobson followed coach Swipet from his previous school Tulsa and already has a great grasp at the playbook as it was nearly identical to the one that Swipet ran at Tulsa. Ryan Crenshaw will be filling the Strong Safety spot and those two will try their best to cover the BigXII's best Wide Receivers. Special Teams Kicker Billy Shields 5-11 191 (Sr) Lone Grove (Lone Grove OK) 3.5 of 3.5 [Power] Punter Dominic Page 5-8 159 (So) Van Alstyne (Van Alstyne TX) 3.5 of 4.0 [Accuracy] Not much to say but they love to kick balls on and off the field.
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