Following Potential 2022 Draftees

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  1. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    Meet Terrence Clarke, one of the best SG prospects I've ever seen, he is my favorite amateur SG on the planet, even over Luka Doncic...


    This class is also L-O-A-D-E-D, it's both deep and top-heavy... It's unlikely anyone will be able to unseat Clarke from the top-spot tho..

    The top-5 can be stupid strong though... A player named Moussa Cisse is worthy of mentioning here in the first post, he's 7-foot and IMO a better prospect than Thon Maker...

    Patrick Baldwin Jr also looks like a major threat to go top-3..
     
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    This class has a chance to be legendary..

    6'8" forward Michael Foster, whos from Wisconsin, is WAY ahead of a normal schedule, he really has a rather versatile skillset already, it's pretty crazy....

    you also have this 5'11" DYNAMO pg, in Zion harmon who was ranked #1 in this class for many years..


    6'10 John Butler (South Carolina) and 6'11" Chuks Lucky Isitua (Tennessee) are super-obvious blue-chippers worth keeping track of also.
     
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    Jai Smith appears to have immense upside, he will likely continue to climb the rankings... He was rated as a top player in this class when he was 6'5" and now hes like 6'9"...
     
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    I have a good feeling about 6'9" Franck Kepnang too. He will end up getting drafted, I think he might be better than Cheick Diallo who was good enough to go near the 1st rd after a relatively underwhelming Freshman season..

     
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    6'3" Randy Brady, from Tennessee, kinda reminds me of Victor Oladipo..



    Jonathan Kuminga(WV), Trey Patterson (NJ) and William Jeffress(PA) and Moussa Diabate (FL) worthy of mention here already too.
     
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    PGAB spends his entire day looking at teenage boys.
     
  8. Lord Bullingdon

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    Did you see the story of Harrison Barnes AAU coach being jailed on Child Pornography charges?

    I would kill one of these pedophile ****s with my bare hands. This joke y'all try and run with is lame.
     
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    Siro Well-Known Member Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    Seriously? I made that joke days ago...
     
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  11. Wes Mantooth

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    Thon Maker didn’t get drafted that highly and barely plays despite a crappy Bucks frontcourt.
     
  12. Lord Bullingdon

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    He was a lottery pick and an import, and I still don't believe his age. These kids have nothing to do with Thon Maker, they have a clean slate.... Thats the whole point... Please just stay out of these threads.. If u want to talk on-topic, fine, I'll tell ya everything I know.. It's all based in MERIT, not Bias, I'm no salesman. Just here planting some seeds for the future.

    Y'all already know tho, these threads are gonna come up smelling like roses, it's nothing new for me to call a shot 5 years in advance here... If I drop dead tomorrow I've still got poignant commentary on the draft stashed here for 6 or 7 years..
     
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  13. Wes Mantooth

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    Poignant is not a word that should be used when describing one’s projections on how 14 year olds will fare in the world of professional basketball.
     
  14. Lord Bullingdon

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    My mission has been accomplished by you showing up to these threads. Checkmate. The only reason why I made these are to spread the word about talented players, I don't give a **** what you think about the thread or the kids, or me, or my vocabulary... what do you know about this stuff compared to me? You will forever be in the corner wearing a dunce hat compared to me when discussing these topics.

    This, what you see here, is just the tip of the iceberg of what I know.. Thats how i'm able to constantly point out the cream of the crop, that and I've got a keen eye for patterns.
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    Every year that passes for these kids, bias will increase, they start getting offers, fanbases start to worry about them and try to claim them. It's ugly.

    you know the NBA players watch these kids right? You know these kids have division 1 offers already?

    Do you understand what it takes to get a division one offer when your in middle school or a HS freshman in todays landscape -- it's not ****ing easy.... Jaden Phillips up there who I posted got an offer from Fresno St. last month..
     
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    Do you understand what it takes to get a division one offer when your in middle school or a HS freshman in todays landscape -- it's not ****ing easy....

    A broken system and bad parenting.

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  16. Lord Bullingdon

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    LeBron James, who grew up fatherless, Is he a bad father? because he's gotten his middle-school son exposure and college offers? Is that how this blamegame works? I really don't get it. pls explain.
     
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    Yep. I say get away from my kid till he is a jr. 8th grade kid has no reason committing to anything but school, and enjoying playing basketball if that's what he is into. If he is good enough for an offer I. 8th then he will be 3 or 4 years later.

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    Re read this. you make no sense. a kids life is nothing like s video game first. i never said the system was broken in a way that benifits anyone over another. its broken in a srnse that children who are being used as pawns at way to young sn age. aau ball is great, but colleges shouldnt have any contact prior to being a jr.

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    LeBron son gets exposure because he is LeBron son. Probably not a bad father, don't know anything about his family life, but I do think it's a bad decision not to protect him from all that nonsense especially since he is LeBron and there are probably even more leeches trying to get to him so they can get to LeBron. Seems like a smart dude though, and bet he is controlling any conversation

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  20. Lord Bullingdon

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    What you're contributing to this thread is Fan fiction. If it was your son you'd probably be flaunting him like some pageant parent too, stop lying...

    Your whole perspective is dripping with privilege too, which is appropriate I guess.. People send their kids across the continents at young teenage years to be a part of this broken system, because its UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST at sharpening steel against steel...

    Part of the reason these kids are as good as they are is cuz people like you aren't in charge making stupid ****ing rules and unnecessary hurdles.
     

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