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Shane Larkin of Miami:
Here are results of the Lute Olson All-American team:
This post was edited by NogalesJerry 12 months ago
So, I'm all happy and feel great about this new award and Lute Olson's name being attached to ti and then i read the Jeff FRICKIN Withey was on the Olson AA team.
"Arizona has no tradition" - Bill Walsh
"We have a tradition of kicking Bill Walsh's ass" - Teddy Bruschi
I disagree with Shazamm....Whitless did improve immensely...we don't like him or his mommy...but cant deny his improvement.
Larkin, while quite nice, should not have been POY in my opinion - Burke is an easy choice there.
The All American team was actually quite good - EXCEPT thre is NO WAY Shabazz Muhammad deserves to be there. If you HAVE to have a P12 guy - give it to Crabbe or Kasemi.
Why do people think they HAVE to call Shabazz a great player because he was highly touted out of high school? He is a one dimensional player who obviously has been reading his own press clippings for too long - because he doesn't look one iota improved from what I saw his JUNIOR year in high school. If anything, he looks a little less athletic.
I didn't see Donnell Harvey, Kelvin Tolbert, and Josh McRoberts (other TOP players of their HS classes in their years) be handed any All Amercian accolades because they were "supposed" to be good, but really weren't
Great post Statman! Totally agree.
Time to nut up or shut up
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