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Emmanuel Mudaiy

jaysmith1987
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Emmanuel Mudaiy

I got to commend Mudiay for picking SMU as his school of choice you dont see to many kids pick a underdog school to try and star at. On the other hand I hope this decision does not back fire on him. One thing we all know Larry Brown does not like playing rookies or freshman. Just take a look at last years MCDS all american Keith Frazier. The guy only averaged four points a game and had a basic freshman season. I think probably next year Frazier gets more minutes and he does not have the talent of a Mudiay but at the same time I think if Frazier would have went to a team simliar to SMU with a coach not opposed to play freshman he could have done at least decent. I dont think Brown will be able to hold Mudiay back as much as Frazier but I would not be suprised if Mudiay stays more than one year.


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He was UK's to lose. Word was

He was UK's to lose. Word was he would not be eligible outside the state of Texas. Prim Prep school had a few kids last year that had a hard time getting eligible this past year. Too bad for him as SMU will be good but hard to see them as a real threat.

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I wonder about this. Doesn't

I wonder about this. Doesn't the NCAA have a national clearinghouse for eligibility? It would seem if his credits are accepted at one NCAA member school, same would be true for another school.

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Brown doesn't usually play

Brown doesn't usually play young players because they can't defend. If Mudiay can hang in there a couple of years, Brown has a heck of a track record in developing point guards.

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