Glad he found a home at the D1 level/at a major program. With the timing of everything, felt bad the guy and thought he might have to take a step down in competition level to get a job this year.
Wishing him all the best / thanks for his work with our guards.
Good for him, you couldn’t ask for a better outcome under the circumstances. Anybody know who his primary recruits for 2020+ were?
Kessler is the only one I know.
Very happy for Haynes. It really sucked that he got left out in the cold after turning down another offer.