Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Limar Wilson could Dominate

Former gopher PG Limar Wilson has transferred to Division II Tarleton State, located in Texas. Wilson, who averaged 4 points and 2 assists in 24 minutes per game last season, could be halfway decent in D2.

Wilson was a preseason junior college all-american at Northeast Community College in Nebraska and was ranked the 23rd best JuCo player before signing with Minnesota, and averaged 17 points and 7 assists per game his sophomore season.

Clearly, he isn't a Big Ten caliber of player, but D2 should be a nice fit. Thanks again Dan Monson, for your awesome recruiting!


Anonymous said...

Is anyone else a little worried that Tubby Smith has the knock of not being a very good recruiter too? I mean, his name will help and all, but won't it take more than that to retain the big time MN kids who are getting attention from the Kansases and the Dukes?

WWWWWW said...

I don't know if he's necessarily not a good recruiter. Sure, at Kentucky the name of the school does a lot of the recruiting for you, but he had success at Tulsa and Georgia as well. We'll see.

Theory said...
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Theory said...

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that Tubby might be a good recruiter. But he might not be.
But he could be awesome. Or pretty horrible. On the other hand, he might just be average.

Anonymous said...

Theory...well constructed thought. Nothing like splashing some diarrhea of the mind on a post. You must have been the captain of the debate team! Way to take a stand me boy!