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'09 NY SG Lance Stephenson (Cincinnati Verbal)

Discussion in '2009 Basketball Recruiting' started by OSUBasketballJunkie, May 31, 2007.

  1. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    Cronin is right coach to keep Stephenson's attitude in check | Sporting News
  2. MaxBuck

    MaxBuck SoCal, Baby!

  3. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.


    Lance Stephenson, a four-time PSAL hoops champion at Lincoln who is involved in a sexual assault case, appears to be headed to Cincinnati after signing a financial aid agreement with the Big East school yesterday.
    "Lance has terrific talent as a basketball player, and is also a fierce competitor on the court," Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin said.
    Unlike a letter of intent, a financial aid agreement is non-binding, meaning Stephenson can change his mind and colleges can continue to recruit him.
    Stephenson visited Cincinnati last weekend, before his misdemeanor sexual assault case was adjourned until July 15, when opening statements are scheduled. His father, Lance Sr., has said that the guard will be eligible to play as a freshman.
    Despite Cincinnati's lack of recent success, Lincoln coach Tiny Morton believes it's a good fit.
    "I'm happy for him and he's with a players' coach," Morton said of Cronin, who was an assistant to Huggins and Rick Pitino and helped recruit Sebastian Telfair to Louisville.
    Recruiting expert Tom Konchalski said he thinks it makes sense, especially if Stephenson wants to spend only one year in college.
    "His options were certainly dwindling, but they play in a major conference," Konchalski said. "It will give him a chance to play close to home a few times a year. If he really wants to be one-and-done, it could be a good place, because he should be able to put up some big numbers right away."

    Entire article: STEPHENSON LEANS CINCY - New York Post
  4. OH10

    OH10 *

    By adding the ultra-ego in Stephenson, the Bearcats are looking to go retro this year in basketball...

    If it works out for them, they'll make the tournament this year. Next year, its back to sucking.

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