Too bad they couldn’t be on the same team.
Is this a new construct? I cant tell whether i love it or hate it
Has Dug and Holloman so kind of funny
Tarris Reed has been a top-100 type prospect for a while. However, his ranking jumped significantly when he reshaped his body at Branson (MO) Link Prep this season. Reed is a strong, sturdily built post player. He is a tough area rebounder, sets excellent screens, and has soft, passer-friendly hands. Reed can pick and pop out to three, and Reed can create from the high post. The question with him, long term, will be where does he defend.
However, that will not be a question at Michigan. Reed’s skill-set should cause problems almost immediately in Ann Arbor. There is no doubt about his talent transitioning into the Big 10, but his continued production is opening eyes to what he could be in the NBA.
maybe he’s our starting 2
The work Tarris Reed has put in this season has been nothing short of impressive. The 6-foot-9 post player has trimmed his frame to a sleek 245-pounds. He has excellent hands with a soft touch over both shoulders. Reed did not let the length and quick-twitch of Kel’el Ware bother him here, as time and time again, he finished from five feet with a soft jump hook. He is an excellent rebounder, stepped out and knocked down catch and shoot threes, and showed some explosion at the rim.
There will always be a question about Reed regarding foot speed and his overall height, but there is a clear path for players like him, who rebound, bully, and knock down shots.
swap in TWill for Houstan at the 3 and you do have some good rebounding…
Kind of nervous he’s gonna OAD
Playing time will definitely be available to potentially get there if he performs
Nervous about what specifically? How to replace him?
Just cause if he leaves in one year it’s stink cause he probably isn’t gonna be like a total game changing player for us next year
What if he wins the Naismith and we hang three banners