Washington Huskies

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    • Maryland produces the highest percentage of college basketball recruits of any state
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      Maryland produces the highest percentage of college basketball recruits of any state

      Let’s do a quick thought exercise: Take the boys’ basketball teams from four imaginary high schools in the same state. Each team has 15 players — so 60 players in total — and generally the talent level on each team is about the same. How many of those 60 players do you think will play Division-I college basketball? If your imaginary four teams were in Maryland, three players would, according to NCAA research. The Old Line State has always been a hotbed for basketball talent. But between 2013 and 2016, data shows 5 percent of the state’s boys’ basketball players were recruited to play at the highest level of college hoops, the highest proportion of any state. This is not a surprise to hoops savants,

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      Oakland Raiders 2017 NFL Draft Prospect: Garett Bolles

      The Oakland Raiders have a dominant offensive line, but still could use immediate help on the right side. Here is a breakdown of Utah OT Garett Bolles. The Oakland Raiders offensive line has been superb the last two years, but there are some still questions on the right side —  among them the long-term contract status of Gabe Jackson and the player-by-committee rotation at the right tackle position. Garett Bolles, who’ll be 25 by the time he suits for an NFL team, has the potential to be a Pro Bowl tackle who could hold down the right side of the line for a decade. Many scouts may worry about the fact Bolles only played one year at Utah, but facing the talent that he did in the Pac-12 more than

    • Sources: Dollar Yes, Hart No as UW Assistant Coach
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      Sources: Dollar Yes, Hart No as UW Assistant Coach

      The move to fire Lorenzo Romar and hire Mike Hopkins was a head versus heart decision for many Husky fans. The assistant coaching search has taken a similar approach as UW went for money over heart. And by that I mean UW was turned down by USC assistant Jason Hart and instead went with former-UW assistant coach and Seattle U head coach Cameron Dollar. Dawgman is reporting that Dollar has agreed to join the new coaching staff at UW although nothing has been finalized yet. Coach Hop turned to Dollar after Jason Hart decided to remain at USC. Hart, a former Syracuse player under Hopkins, was widely presumed to be a primary target for the job but decided to stay in L.A after thinking it over for