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Auburn added another quality commitment on Saturday afternoon as four-star Class of forward Jaylin Williams pledged to the Tigers during his official visit. The 6-foot-7 Williams gives head coach Bruce Pearl a versatile frontcourt weapon who should immediately be able to contribute on the glass. Williams is a bit of a late-blooming prospect as a strong spring and summer elevated him into the No. A native of Nahunta, Georgia, Williams is also the third Georgia prospect to commit to the Tigers in this class.
With four commitments already in the fold for — including two top prospects — Auburn has the makings of a potential top recruiting class as they are continuing to stockpile talent. The 6-foot-6 Guess is a native of Cleveland, as he is allegedly a late qualifier who could be eligible for the upcoming season.
While some Division I players have committed right at or near the start of the academic calendar, Guess will be attempting to enroll at Missouri even though the fall semester started on Monday, August If Guess is eligible for the season, he could give the Tigers some much-needed perimeter depth to an inexperienced group. Connecticut 1 Connecticut N. Utah 3 Utah Stanford 3 vs. Kentucky 2 OT Kentucky Kentucky 1 vs. Minnesota 1 Kentucky N. Arizona 4 Arizona Mississippi St 5 vs.
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Kansas 1 Duke St. They fell off the map after losing five straight in SEC play, but the first three of those came when Admon Gilder was injured, and the latter two were a one-point loss at Kentucky and a point loss at Tennessee. Looking at the road ahead, they will have a distinct frontcourt edge in their Sweet 16 meeting with Michigan. Their point win over North Carolina in the Round of 32 was no fluke.
Sascha was a hockey player in his youth. He gave that up to do something much more practical: He gave that up to do something much more enjoyable: He's happiest when those things are baseball, hockey, football, and basketball. In his spare time, Sascha likes watching Jeopardy with his wife, building train sets with his son, and pretending he's still an athlete, not necessarily in that order.