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  • CincyBearcats2
    started a topic Zach Harvey 2019 KS SG 6’4 commit

    Zach Harvey 2019 KS SG 6’4 commit

    Evan Daniels put in a Crystal Ball prediction for UC to land the four star shooting guard. Evan Daniels has a 93% correct rate. Therefore I’m assuming this isn’t a straight guess. Lobot any information on this kid?

  • BigDaddyCornHusker
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    From the Bearcat's Youtube channel: Meet Zach Harvey

    https://youtu.be/ppBbIBSmwEU

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  • swilsonsp4
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    Ed Jucker was HC at UC from 1960 through 1965, two years after the loss to Loyola. He sat out coaching for 2 seasons, then took over the Cincinnati Royals (now, the Sacramento Kings) for 2 years before eventually building the D2 program at Rollins College in Florida.

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  • Carin's Dad
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    Originally posted by red_n_black_attack View Post

    Did the coaching change affect recruiting around this time,
    Jucker was still coach, but they had lost the championship to Loyola.

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  • BeachBoyBobby34
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    The Athetic just wrote a piece on Lou Alcindor and Michigan. It listed Lou Alcindor's Final 5 College choices and UC was not among them.

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  • red_n_black_attack
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    Originally posted by Carin's Dad View Post

    Cazzie Russell was on campus, taking classes and changed his mind. Went to Michigan instead, NBA and Hall of Fame
    Did the coaching change affect recruiting around this time,

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  • Carin's Dad
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    Originally posted by red_n_black_attack View Post

    I didn't know either of those tidbits. That is a great what if....
    Cazzie Russell was on campus, taking classes and changed his mind. Went to Michigan instead, NBA and Hall of Fame

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  • ME80
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    Originally posted by CroninCrazy View Post

    I'd add Logan Johnson in that "trade". I think he would have flourished, but CJB is killing it on the recruiting trail!
    Understand totally, but we could play that game all day. I was somewhat facetious in my comment. The intention was not to negatively comment on the past regime, only to say I think the transition could not have worked out much better than it did.

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  • loshow22
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    Saunders takes 1 of the 5. So we have a lot to look forward to this year with next years class...but a nice foundation has been set with the freshman being Harvey, Davenport, Adams-Woods, and Toyambi (rs). That's a nice nucleus to build around the next 3 seasons.

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  • red_n_black_attack
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    Originally posted by longtimefan View Post
    Man, I remember that Loyola game too, watching with my Dad. It had to be the worst example of a swallowed whistle in the closing seconds in NCAA history. If you take FOUR steps without putting the ball on the floor, that's supposed to be a turnover. UC should have had the ball up 2 with about 3 seconds left. The next year Lew Alcindor chose UCLA over us, who knows what may have happened with three straight national championships.
    I didn't know either of those tidbits. That is a great what if....

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  • longtimefan
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    Originally posted by GoBearcats31 View Post

    I believe it is five, but that includes Saunders who is verbally committed for 2020 - but correct me if that's off
    Yeah, somehow Saunders slipped my mind too. But it's still 4 I guess.

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  • Corporateballa
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    Originally posted by leo from jersey View Post

    Have you forgotten. !960 -George Smith 3rd place final 4. 1961 &62 Ed Jucker - National champs.
    lol I wasn’t born yet.

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  • CincyBearcats2
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    Originally posted by GoBearcats31 View Post

    I believe it is five, but that includes Saunders who is verbally committed for 2020 - but correct me if that's off
    Forgot about Saunders. Including Saunders we are down to 4 schollys. My apologies.

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  • GoBearcats31
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    Originally posted by CincyBearcats2 View Post

    We still have 5 scholarships for 2020 even with Vogt signed. He is already accounted for towards the 13 scholarships as he counts as a scholarship even while he is sitting out.
    I believe it is five, but that includes Saunders who is verbally committed for 2020 - but correct me if that's off

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  • longtimefan
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    Originally posted by Lobot View Post
    This is the statment from Bohn on Harvey's recruitment.:

    After a thorough review of the background and character of prospective University of Cincinnati men’s basketball student-athlete Zach Harvey, he signed a grant-in-aid agreement to enroll for the summer term at UC. Zach’s behavior two years ago while a 16-year-old was not representative of the standards to which we hold our current student-athletes, but during a recent on-campus visit, he took full ownership of his actions without making any excuses,” UC Athletic Director Mike Bohn said in a statement, released shortly after the university officially announced Harvey was joining the Bearcats’ men’s basketball program.

    “Zach recognizes it is a privilege to be a student-athlete at UC and it’s our expectation he will be an upstanding member of our campus community. We are working with Zach on a plan to ensure continued personal development along with his success as a student-athlete. We will hold him accountable to this process and work to evaluate his progress. He is aware of these expectations and accepts he will be held to an even higher standard than his peers and there will be zero tolerance for any behavior during his time at UC which is inconsistent with our department’s guiding principles. Zach is committed to earning the trust of his teammates, coaches, fellow students and athletics staff.”
    A mistake at age 16 shouldn't ruin a kid's life, unless he let's it. He's on a short leash now, but has a genuine chance to turn his life into a success story. I hope he takes it.

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