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No, they just want to see how far they can take their game beyond college. whatever that means. They have to be realistic as well. the ultimate is nba, but they too know that isn't the only option.
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gstacy wrote:
Brevin, and Nate only 4 star recruits on the roster. others are mostly 2-3 star recruits. Virginia, Mich State littered with 4 stars and a 5 star recruit. And when I say the next level, I am not talking about one and done players, I am talking about the hs kid who wants to play professionally after college, wherever and whatever level that may be. That's what a lot of these kids want to do after college.

This is the way it has always been, but UW was great at developing players. That is what this coaching staff needs to do. 
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