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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

12:50 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"You're listening to these simply call. We are repping up the week talking. I you basketball. I'm Jared Morris here with any bottoms and the coach Bryan tone Sony and get a lot of time here for four segments dive into your question. So thank you to everybody who sent those in. So let's start with this. So vow asked us on Twitter as Osma tweeted that Romeo link for tame, isn't a brace or cast earlier this week, any update. So yes, some of you may have seen this picture Romeo was worrying cast and Geoff Johns recently originally reported this in the peaks premium for him, but he talked about it today on Matt Denison show so feel okay talking about this now, but it it was basically like this was something they had planned to do because Romeo hurt his wrist last season in a game, and it kind of bothered him, but he kept playing through it and it's obviously been through all the offseason workouts. It's almost one of those things where you know he's so such a basketball junkie and they can't get him to stop practicing. They had to put a cast on it to kind of make him rest. So what's not something serious. Enough, they needed surgery in this is all Cording to Jeff rob John's they need surgery, but they wanted to rest it. And so they put a cast on just to make sure that he wasn't going out and playing, but nothing really to be concerned about everything should be fine. So that's the update their credits Jeff Jones for reporting that. So let's up in. Here's a question from Alex France. The twenty twenty in class has a multitude of players of the top one hundred, but only Trig Alloway bricks, that number according to twenty four, seven. You fans have high expectations for the program and many also demand instinct kids. Can you discuss this dispute and your thoughts on the issue? So, yeah, the twenty twenty class. I mean in terms of guys from Indiana, you've got Trig Alloway. You've got Anthony Lille. A few other guys Galloway has had been higher in the top one hundred. He's fallen a little bit. So he and Lille kind of hovering around the hundred Mark right now they have offers from other big ten schools trays offered by Michigan state. Anthony. Lewis has been offered by Iowa and maybe a couple of others Indiana has yet to offer those guys, and it will be interesting to see what Indiana ends up doing. They're targeting some guys that are higher up on the list. They've got offers out to several guys in the thirty in the forty range. So coach, as you look at that. Would you prefer to see them target, especially got at least offer scholarship to guy like Lille who's right in their backyard and Galloway who obviously likes Indiana. I don't know if it was like his dream to play Indian Ernie thing. But I mean he likes and respects the program, these kind of guys that you wanna see Archie getting or if he can get guys that are in the thirty and forties. Do you overlook the Galloway's Liles in-state and go for the higher profile guys? What do you think? I think that. Archie should go for the guys that he feels will best fit the program. And I think that's going to be top one hundred guys. And if there's Indiana guys in that top fifty top one hundred then by all means that should probably be the focus I that that's that inside out. It's not inside only and so I would hate inside out. Yeah, I would hate to see him focus on some kids that were not as good as other simply because where they reside in play high school that being said, I'm interested in seeing down the road, his philosophy. I know he likes to play a shorter rotation. And do you recruit to the full thirteen? Or do you recruit to eleven and your twelve and thirteen are red shirts like Villanova or people that may not be as highly recruited? But you feel like in year two or three and of development can really provide something kind of like Mick Roberts, maybe even better than mcroberts coming out of high school, but a kid who could go play at Vermont is that who you're targeting for twelve and thirteen once once he gets them roster stability after year three or four that that'll be interesting to see if he how he goes right now. I think he's trying to get as much talent in as possible and and see what's what's going on. So I think inside out is good. And sometimes you might have to start. Outside, if the talent is a little better, Andy, what do you think? Yeah, I would largely agree with with coach there. I just don't. Yeah, we've had this debate in the past where you know if this team is out winning big ten championships on a regular basis and and perform the way the NCAA tournament that people want. You know, my enjoyment of that will not be diminished by somebody saying, oh, this kid didn't come from Indiana. I think ultimately it's about getting the right talent level about winning games, and I think you've got to trust that he's doing that. And it also say it's not like he's ignoring those kids either. They haven't offered him a scholarship there certainly been present at games there is based on what you see. And so I think they're doing the right things at terms of staying connected with those guys, knowing that they may eventually offer them something, but they might not be there for sure. And that's the reality of recruiting in life and things like that. And so I think to go in Philip roster with Indiana guys for the sake getting Indiana guys and then and then you don't win games. I don't think people are gonna take solace in the well. We just lost by a dozen points again, but we had a lot of Indiana guys sitting on the bench. I would really look forward to those comments in our in our chat and in on Twitter, say like, you know what? Everybody, it's. Okay. I, you know those things aren't coming. So I think he's doing a good job a walk in the line so far and and I think he'll continue to do so there's some people who might question your entire premise and say, Kay but school like Indiana, you're not gonna win, big ten championships and compete if you're not getting the best player from state because I think we all agree like in coach, you said this, like the top players, the five stars, you've got to go after those guys and you've got to have a chance, and it is the question of those guys that are that are a little bit on the bubble. So it'll be interesting to see what what he ends up doing there and what the what the philosophy is. Because so far he did a great job of recruiting state, obviously in twenty eighteen with guys that we got and twenty nine thousand nine hundred really good position with a lot of highly ranked guys in the state. So twenty twenty will be interesting to see. I think that'd be kind of good a good litmus test for where things are with the program, kind of what the what the priority level is. If you know if you're gonna go down and get those guys and maybe give them that extra credit because they are from instate. We'll see them in there. They're both really good players. So it's not like anybody would be disappointed if they came, but I'll just be interesting to see kind of winds up happening with those guys something to keep an eye on. I think it becomes a year over year thing then. Yeah, I think maybe there's more reason for concern, but I think it's no different than anything else. And we talked about this year's or the twenty nine hundred class being short on guards and point guards in particular, you know, you're going to have some years where certain positions are light. You're going to have some years word states the the level of town in a state just isn't what it's been in the past. And so if this is kind of a blip on the radar there, then I don't think anybody thinks anything of it if we had this conversation about, oh, hey, we're not doing well at twenty twenty one guys online. Okay. Then maybe I think there's reason for concern but, but to me, this feels more like a blip just based on circumstance more than anything else. The other thing is that he's not shifting from New York then to Missouri then to other pockets of recruiting. Like we've done in the past. I think he's focusing on Indiana until he just sees that he has to go elsewhere. He's not choosing to go elsewhere based on connections day you programs that is how your. Champion. Yeah. So I think that's a different kind of feel for recruiting as well. L'Ecole radio. I'm Jared Morrissey with the coach brunt on Sony in India bottoms. This is from scotch Indiana have considered doing one of those foreign trips to help the team. Jill. I've seen getting some game reps in so and I don't know what Archie thoughts are on this. Read that. Maybe he's not as big on these foreign trips because it kind of wears teams out, but I don't want someone told me that, but I haven't. You know, I don't have an article to cite for that, but it will be interesting to see moving forward what Archie decides to do because Indians last foreign trip was in twenty fourteen to Canada. You're allowed to go one every four years. So India is now in that window where they could go Andy, are you a proponent of these trips? You think it's good for bonding and good to get the guys together? Or do you kind of buy into the notion that it also could wear you out doing that much before the season starts? I think it depends upon the level of competition that you can really play. I think from a bonding standpoint, there's a lot of things that you do on campus and certainly would I used shown on social media. They've done some of that. I think an opportunity like what I believe it was before last season that Purdue got to do where they represented the US and I don't know if the World University Games I might be making up whatever they did for theirs was at a level that the competition was really strong, I believe in and push them versus, you know, I don't think the level of competition for for do yesterday as an example where two guys almost scored the other team, what are you getting out of that? And they're ducking Carlton to well there? Yeah, there is that so so you know, I think there's value to be had in them, but I think the value to me comes from, are you going to do anything that you can really hearken back on later in the season when you get in a tough spot when you're in a in a difficult game in a difficult situation that you can get anything out of. Of, and I would venture to say that at no point in the year is gonna say, well, we were planning North Carolina, and I remember when we beat the hell out of whatever school they play yesterday, and I really that really helped us get through this game versus I think what, what Purdue what it said and I heard painter talk about it some after last year was I do think they got a lot out of that experience and they had a veteran team that was able to integrate a few new pieces. So I think if done well with a good, you know, good competition and really well thought out that way. I think there can be benefit, but again, just doing it too because you can once every four years to me doesn't accomplish, doesn't inherently accomplish things that you can accomplish on your own on campus coach, would you would you wanna take your team on a trip like this? I would consider it because anytime you can play against people that don't know what you're doing, you get a little different read, but if you're not playing the talent, I don't know if you get a great read out of that. That's where the producer ration- probab-. Ably was better if they're playing better competition. If I were going to take a trip, I wanna play people that I could lose to because then it would up, you know, the the intensity and so forth. And from a Duke perspective, when you got your whole roster, that's probably not going to be back next year. You get four or five extra games to put in your offense and your defense that might give them a little bit of boost as as in some years where you just have to start. So I'm not a real big fan of those, but I do see that there is some coaching benefit to see in your guys play and get it on film because so much film study is so important because playing against guys, you know what you're doing is beneficial in practice. That's why you practice, but playing against other people who don't know that really tells what your strengths and weaknesses are. Andy, we got about thirty seconds for this question from who's your fanatic. I've heard Justin Smith is on the NBA radar the season. Do you think with the depth that his position he will get enough playing time to make that jump last season his minutes. Only made that big jump after Doron's injury. They did, but I would also also say just minutes when it because he played better and especially toward the end of the season, he really played better. And so I think his minutes went up as much because of that as they did just out of necessity withdrawn getting injured, but how do you kind of project him forward? Andy is the inner self more season. I mean, you look back at the NBA draft every year and find guys didn't play a lot that people saw something they liked athletically and from a skill set standpoint. So I don't think the playing time is a hindrance. I think the playing time will help give a function to fans of how much he's improved because the Maury improves the more he's gonna play, but I don't know that that has a huge huge bearing on what he might do from an MBA perspective. Yeah, I think the opportunity should be there for him to play this year, assuming that he is improved, you know, as much as we all think that he has. So all right time is up that will do it for us on this week's episode of the assembly call. If you wanna see us, do the show live and be part of the live chat hashtag. Chat mob. Join us at assembly called common Thursday nights for the live broadcast of are simply call radio recording, or you can always subscribe to our podcast by searching for assembly call wherever you listen to podcasts and don't forget to simply call dot com slash join

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

14:45 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Welcome back to the assembly call. We now have almost six thousand fans from around the globe. He should strive to our free Email newsletter as a high level operation going on, you get our weekly, six banner, Sunday news roundups as well as our post game analysis emails. Once the season begins, it is all free and it will make you a smarter more well informed. I you basketball fan and joining easy just text. I you to six, eight, six, six or go to assembly, call dot com. Again, go to assembly, call dot com or text. I you two six, six, eight, six, six, and join our free Email newsletter today make no excuses. Jared Morris here with antibodies in the coach. Bryan tons Sony, something else that we're starting to see guys, a lot of rankings of the top players in college basketball. You know, some, you know, you kind of take one glance Adam, and you realize, you know, some are more were respecting and taking seriously than others. One that I thought was pretty good. It was released by the guys at three men. We've and they put out their top one hundred players for twenty eighteen nineteen. It's. Always interesting to look at the parameters for these because you could do it just based on who has more talent who are the best NBA prospects, but their parameters were very clear. They tried to guess who would be the best players in college in twenty eighteen nineteen thousand? No MBA implications. No, he'll be amazing in two years. Just one season only. I will offer the caveat that at least one of them is from Wisconsin. So I'm not gonna say that there's any bias in the rankings, but just keep that in mind as we tell you who ends up at the top of the list, Ryan will be glad that he's not on the show for that. But here's what I want to start with. John was rated number twenty Romeo was rated number thirty three, Andy, your first impression in kind of based on what you know of those guys in your knowledge of the lay of the land in college basketball. Do you think that's fair for those guys to low to high? How does that strike you? It's always it's always funny when these come out. I've never want. I mean as much people would probably say sometimes sitting down to do breakfast. G would be an exercise in futility. I have never once set down and try to ranked players in this way. So I'm not even sure how I would approach it. I mean, gut feel that doesn't feel terrible to me. I might say Romeo a little bit low as a potential one and done guy coming in, but it doesn't necessarily strike me as agreed just because I think when anytime you get into this, a bunch of guys are pretty tightly bunched together in the difference between thirty three and twenty three is is pretty negligible. I would say, and in most cases, so I didn't necessarily have any have any issue with it. I do listen to the three-man we've podcast and I don't think any of them. Actually. It was concentrating a couple of actually like Missouri fan. So while they live around the show. I don't believe there's any bias that would have gone into one of them has I, you ties, although I'm not sure exactly what they are. So, well, there we go, okay. Breaking news about the three men. We've guys what that says about me that I'm able to speak speak on roughly any college basketball guest, but that's just where we are now. But I should say they had this number one. Carson Edwards number one player in all of college. Basketball number two was Ethan hap, never, Ethan hap-. Well, it wasn't this case Ryan. So those were one in two, and I think here's the thing to me it. It is kind of splitting hairs. It's kind of like you were talking about with those big power rankings a little bit. But I think just the fact that that Juwan Romeo or there is good because there's some list I've seen John and even in there in the top fifty, which is just I think we all would agree is pretty ludicrous. So I think them being there because if you're a top twenty player, you know you're, you're basically an honorable mention all American, you know? And so that's seems like a pretty good spot for Juwan to kind of start with as a senior given what we saw from him as junior coach. As you look at that those rankings seem fair to you. I think I think they are. I think you really, you can't. It's hard to predict Romeo. We know he's going to be good, but just how good is he going to be. The college game is always different than the high school game. It's a lot different. We do expect him to have a little bit of ups and downs, just like all of the top players have some ups and downs. So to have him in the top thirty five forty I think is is correct. I'd like to see him in comparison with the other freshmen around the the country. I think it speaks volumes. I think twenty is great for Joon from where he's coming his injuries to playing last year where he was the guy and everyone was guarding him. And I think that's the mad respect for his game. And yet it gives him room and both and gives Romeo some room to have a little chip on their shoulder as well. If they think that they were a little bit too low and as always love when those outside sources. Can help motivate your players, but I think John and Romeo self-motivated anyway, but that could be a little bit of, hey, you think I'm thirty. Third, I'm gonna show you and especially when Carson comes at the town. So it's all relative guys. You know, Carson Edwards is a fantastic basketball player, but you had to double team the posts, and if you didn't double team, the post you had to lock down on three or four shooters which allowed driving lanes, and he was really great at getting to the basket. He's going to have to be that good in order to play against the defensive set for him. And that's not taking anything away from the young man. But and that's where Jones gonna be even better this year because now you gotta go guard a Romeo and some of the other guys are going to be a little bit better than the guys we lost. No, no respect. We're glad they played for us, but the freshman, I think are going to be upgrade and our freshman last year gonna be upgraded. So that's what makes it difficult to rank. Because you've got to look at the whole package? Yeah, they had on this list. The only two players from the big ten ranked higher than John Edwards in eastern hap. And then the other players that were ranked higher than Romeo Cassius Winston, Charles Mathews James Palmer, an Anthony Cowan so kind of shows you, they Juwan top three player in the big ten room you one of the top seven or eight players in the big ten. You know, the other thing that was kind of interesting as you start looking through these lists, Andy is you kind of start to notice a obviously guys from the big ten, but then be, you know, other players at is going to be playing Marcus. Howard from Marquette is number fourteen. They're going to be coming in for the gavitt games. Obviously, all the players from the big ten, Daniel gaffer of Arkansas was number twenty. Six is a top-flight NBA prospect. So we'll get to see some of those guys in the non conference. And then you look at some near misses on the recruiting trail guys, like Trump waters who is ranked number nine on this list. Talk about kind of the void a point guard him McKinley right? Was a guy that Archie had a commitment from at Dayton, he's number twenty two really good, freshman season at Colorado. So that's always one of the most interesting things to me. And then I thought it was interesting bunched up there in the thirties with Romeo, you had Chris Wilkes at number thirty to Romeo at number thirty, three and Kyle guide number thirty four. So a trio of of strong guys from the Hoosier state. All right. There. Any final thoughts, Andy, just kind of on this list or any other guys jump out at you from the big ten or from a national perspective? What was interesting when you look nationally blue ribbon came out yesterday and started taking preorder for their basketball, your book which I jumped on immediately as as usual, but of their all Americans on the front cover four of the five were in the the top might have been the top four on this list. And those were the two big ten guys talk about Luke maye and RJ Barrett. They're pretty different on on the fifth. But you know, some of the top parts of those lists are kind of easy. I think in general, as you look down, this list of freshmen were particularly high. So maybe that explains a little bit of where Romeo is a lot of what coach is you. You have an idea of what he's going to be, but how he's really gonna fit in and how quickly hill adapt our unknowns. And it feels like as you look through this list, these guys kind of took that into account and there aren't a lot of freshmen, very high on these lists at all, maybe only one or two in the top thirty is kinda down skin down the list. And I guess that's kind of the way that you know, as I try to think about how I might do this, that's probably more in line with and approach like I would take where you kind of want to see it at first, but I'm also a guy who doesn't follow in watch tons of stuff about recruiting. So the other guys are guys that I know, but I think we're coach is important as well as you look at some of these guys in the situation that they're going to be in and how does that really impact things. Things. For a guy like Carson Edwards. I think the Charles Mathews thing is a little bit interesting as know the turnover day had their James Palmer. We talked about Nebraska, maybe being a little bit overrated. He's right there in that kind of top twenty five mix Anthony Callan with Maryland up there as well, and then gathered when we talk about Arkansas. I mean, he's gonna be surrounded by almost a completely different cast of characters, and he's a guy that's going to be reliant on them, getting him the ball as as a big guy. So you know, context matters and and the surrounding talent matters a lot in these in, I think, especially when you're not looking at it as an exercise of who's gonna project, where in the NBA which is a talent argument versus our these guys gonna play in the construct of their teams. I think that's what makes it different. But I agree. I think the did a pretty good job of trying to take some of those factors into account above and beyond. Just this guy's extremely athletic, extremely talented because I would say most of these guys would fit into those categories for sure. Can we just get the season. Started already. Fair to good question. Okay. So I want to ask you guys a question that about John and Romeo. I, you're listening to simply call radio, Jared, Morrissey with Andy bottoms in the coach Bryant on Sony. So I posed this question in our assembly call community, and I was a little bit surprised by the results. But the question was basically, who do you think will be the more important player for Indiana this season, you know, the, the better more productive player for Indiana, the season Romeo or Juwan and I thought it was going to be a much more split vote and it was almost all for John almost all the votes before Juwan with a lot of people citing the leadership factor that John brings in the in the experience that you want brings coach as you look at those two guys in terms of who's going to be more important for Indiana this year where to use. I mean, obviously they're both going to be extremely important, but do you give the edge to either one of those guys? That's a difficult question because the idea of important. I change depending on who's asking that question I voted for Romeo on your on your list. It was very difficult decision, but the reason that again, I maybe most is not a fair question. The is going to score and Romeo's going to stretch the floor, and we know what John was without a guy like Romeo and he was pretty good. I think you're gonna see John be outstanding. So he might be more important because he's going to score more points and be because you have to guard Romeo and you have to Guard Smith and some of the other players that are coming in a little bit differently than Newkirk and and some of the guys that that we had on the floor for a lot of minutes last year. And so important is at points as it rebound is leadership Joon I think fits all those. And I agree with everyone who picked John because leadership is important in keeping the team together and teach in the rookie. So I one hundred percent buy into that. But having a guy like Romeo lifts everyone and if he were to be injured or not be able to play, I think that changes things a lot more than the other way around. We don't. We don't speak about such things. We don't speak about those articles. My bad. People already saw the photo circulating of him wearing a cast and everybody freaked out so we don't need to. We don't need to imagine that Andy. Where do you side on that on that offseason debate raging here in August. Yeah, I'm one. I'm one that probably gets overly ripped up in the semantics of question like that the whole importance versus best versus versus whatever. I mean, I think to certain extent it remains to be seen, but I think if Romeo is as productive as everybody thinks he'll be, I guess he's the most important because otherwise you've got a team that looks better, but similar to what you had last year when it was hard for them to to do things while everybody talked about when he signed was there's a shooter. There's a guy who can create his own shot on the outside, which is an element that was sorely lacking from last year's team. So I think no matter what even if he's not there, Juwan gets better and John was fantastic last year. But if we really want to like. Hone in on the word importance. I think the what what Romeo's presence opens up for other players would make me side with him for that reason. But, but again, I preface that with I'm one who question like that will really kinda dig into every little word in the way that it's asked to try to to try to analyze it that way. So you know if I think about all around best who will be the most productive, I still might say John when you look at all around in the different things like that. But I think if you talk importance out, probably slide more to roam you, this was the most ridiculous ordeal of my life of run. Not not a fan of talking about that if you thought that that was a worthwhile question since tweet at assembly call, let let us know kind of where you side on that question guys. Any final thoughts on this topic or should we hop in and start answering some questions? The best response would have been both. I think we're very fortunate to have two of those types of players playing for Indiana this year and has. It's gonna be a lot of fun to watch. That's you're right? You are right. It's no fun to answer that way. It's better to pick ultimately, ultimately that is the correct answer so we will. We will give you that. All right. Coming up here. In our final segment, we are going to answer more of your questions. We will talk about that cast that room was wearing in that picture with that meant and a bunch of other good questions to come in here. The final segment cigarettes. You're

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"You are listening to the assembly call. We are wrapping up another week talking. I you basketball. I'm Jared Morrissey with Ryan Phillips in the coach, Brunton Sony. We've got a few more questions from you that we want to get to. So let's hop right into these. The first one brand you'll love this. This comes from Twitter whose name extremely west coast guy. So I don't know. Maybe maybe this was maybe there's actually your burner Twitter account. He said, do you feel that rob finicky is being overlooked? What do you think run he's pre properly respected right now? I feel like, well, we, I think we do. I think that nationally certainly he is and certainly he was last year. It depends what you mean. Indiana fans are really excited about him. Maybe not. And I've said from the beginning, I don't know. I don't think he'll start to open the air because I ain't the green was gonna step up. I expected that, but rob, I think Indiana fans are real excited about what brings. I know we certainly are, but nationally I would agree that he is getting overlooked. I think that he was overlooked last year in the recruiting rankings heavily over. Over overlooked, and you know that just worked Indiana's favor because he didn't have some of the other big boys come calling on rob. He not that he was going to go anywhere else, but you didn't make the job that much harder for Indiana over under coach on how many games it'll take for Robert finicky to be your favorite player, or are we already there. I don't know guard who can pass and run the offense is just necessary at every level. And I think he's not overlooked again locally. We played against him and he just had his way with with with our program. But I think he's very important to the success of Indiana next year of being able to come in and and we know devante hopefully as even out his play. But if it's not even out, then there's gonna be a lot of emphasis on rob filling in and picking up that slack and maybe even l. a little bit. But yeah, I think people are gonna really enjoy his leadership and his past I, but be able to finish kind of role. Okay. So let's end with this when a fun hypothetical which you know it's kind of a proper given how you know how many pictures we've seen of cliff Marshall, the guys physiques and how hard they've worked. So this is from Matt, which of our guys most past the looks test. So Ryan to put this another way, if we all went to the y..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Everybody's involved in everybody's on the same page. Now, I'm curious. I don't know if you read into the details about how NCA enforcement will ensure we'll change, but apparently, you know, some of the real changes are they don't have to double verify something. So if the FBI says something, they can just take that as the gospel of what happened and it will be in coaches contracts now that they have to comply with NCA investigations and turn over evidence. And so it's kind of like how they're getting around, not having subpoena power it. Dan Wetzel wrote a great article about how this was really a big money grab. And what's interesting is this part of it I think is really being underplayed because the big headlines are placing agents. Undrafted players can come back, but as you start to dig into it, it almost seems like what's going to happen on the enforcement side and really stick like the NFL. Yeah. Well, look execution, I don't. I don't have a big problem with there. Being harsher penalties on coaches who cheat. I think that's okay. But it does really scare me when the NCAA is taking more power because they haven't proven that they should be trusted with it, especially when it comes to investigations and enforcement. Yeah. I mean, you look at the investigations. I mean, the NCAA wound up getting sued by Penn State. They wound up getting sued by a coach USC. They want getting the things that came out in those cases were in the Miami cases. Well, the things that came out were that the NCAA was doing unscrupulous things to, you know, and likely overstepped its bounds. And you know. I mean, it's fairly obvious. That's what happened. If you give people that power, they will abuse it. It's only a matter of time they make go in with the best of intentions, but they're going to use it of actually. So I agree with you on that that that aspect of it is a problem, especially now that it's been shown that schools can sue the NCAA and be successful to some degree that's going to create situations where you know you have a punishment and then it gets put on hold for seven years while the thing works his way through the courts. I mean, that's that's not that's not good for college athletics to have these big cases hanging over. It's gotta be something where everybody agrees or there's some kind of mechanism in place to find an arbitration, or you know an independent group to evaluate these things. You're listening to a similar call radio, Jared, Morrissey with Ryan Phillips in the coach, brunt on Sony talking about the NCAA rule changes that were announced this week, coach, I wanna get your perspective on..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"You're listening to a simply call radio. I'm Jared Morrissey were throwing Phillips in the coach. Bryan town, Sony, and guys. Let's talk about what I think is this week's top story, which is the crazy vertical jump measurements that came out of the kind of the final measurements that they did after the summer program. This is video that was posted on Tuesday, July twenty four tweeted out by the official men's basketball Twitter account, and these are all the hoosiers who had vertical jumps of forty or higher Quinton. Taylor was at forty. John Morgan was at forty and apparently his vertical improved by thirteen inches during the session algorithms forty and a half, five point five, rob finish was forty two and a half up five point five Romeo Langford, forty three. His was up for and a half. Devante greens was forty, four point five. His was up six point five and Justin Smith vertically. This max vertical was forty eight inches, which is up seven inches from where it was when they tested at the beginning of the session. Now that is incredible. And you just watched that video and you can see how athletes these guys are Ryan. All I will say about this is that at the NBA draft, combine Joshua Kogan Dante diva Shinzo had the highest max verticals and they were at forty two inches. So I think it's important to know. 'cause some people have been wondering like, wait a minute, like how can these numbers be legitimate when the guys at the NBA draft combine are going this high. It's important to remember. They measure that from only two steps and the guys in the in in the video Indiana tweeted, some of them are taking three or four, five steps. They were getting a running start. So I think that's a different way of measuring. And I think that accounts for how high but either way you slice it just looking at that video, you can see how athletes these guys are, and it's pretty clear this is going to be one of the more athletic teams in recent history. Yeah, and look the way you measure it. The reason they do it that way at the NBA combine is so that it can be static in standard for everybody. It's okay. You only two steps or it's disqualified. And so it's just to make it static and. I agree. I mean, it's worth noting that because if you are comparing it to the combine, you have to sort of go with the same measurements, but that's not what I trying to do here. They're trying to say, okay, you're absolute max. If you run at full speed up court, how I can you get? Because that's what matters in basketball, but and hit hint, look how much these guys improved come to you work with cliff Marshall. Yeah, and look. The vertical jump doesn't just have to do with leg strength. It doesn't have to do with speed or anything. You don't cruising speed, which can certainly help you get momentum and things like that. A lot of s.'s with flexibility with the ability to bend your knees to a certain degree and get up more and your ability to stretch out and get up as high as you can with your hand. So there's so much that goes into it. We saw Thomas Bryant just work on his flexibility, his first summer there and expand his vertical tremendously and become more athletic. So things like yoga and flexibility training can all help you improve every part of your athleticism because it really unlocked something. That's that. That is not. On the surface like just straight athleticism or just being muscular. So it's really cool to see this. I you training staff work with everything. Get these guys more flexible because then flexibility helps prevent injuries..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Dot com. Slash assembly call, Jared, that's a good life philosophy by the way, I thought. So I thought you'd appreciate that Jared Morrissey with anti bottoms and Ryan Phillips and guys, let's talk about recruiting because the other big news from the past week is that DJ carton surprisingly chose Ohio. State over Michigan and Indiana, not many people thought Indiana was going to get him or was the leader. But a lot of people thought it was Michigan and especially when Chris Holtman showed up, peach jam, we'll DJ carton was on his official visit. Some radio host actually scoffed at that and wondered aloud. If that was a bad son, not gonna name names, Jerod Morris was that did that. We laughed about that on last week show. Ha ha look who look silly now because DJ carton chose Ohio State. So a couple of angles here talking to second about what it means for you, Ryan. What is this kind of mean for Ohio State and Chris Holtman because they now have to top thirty commits in the class of twenty nineteen, and it's inevitable that Houghton and Archie are going to be compared throughout their tenures because they were hired in the same cycle. I mean, it's obviously a very big yet for Holtman and he had a really good season last year and continuing the momentum this off season. I mean, nobody. Nobody thought he was not anything, but a very good coach. So it's not too surprising how the always gets players. I, if that's been the way since that Mata got there, they've done really well in recruiting. They put a lot of money into the program. They put, they put a lot of money in death legs there. And so usually those programs are gonna get good players. Michigan is the same way they're going to get good players. They put money into the schools. Like, I mean, you know, personally, I'm US fan US's always going to get players in both sports. Arkansas places like that, basketball, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky. You put money into the program. You put money into the sport, Duke North Carolina, all the all the big guys, of course. But I'm speaking more about the schools that have good programs of both sides in football basketball. Those schools tend to get a lot of good players and it's just because there's an athlete culture at a school like that. A pro athletic culture, and Indian is certainly trying to do that as well. So no hate for for for Chris Holman. I think that that's a great yet for them. And I think that he's a very good coach. I think cartons what he did last year in his first year on campus and has to be excited about that. Again. I thought that Indiana was in the mix, but I thought he was a Michigan lock or close to one and you saw those crystal balls on twenty four, seven start to switch all of a sudden, and I think it was late last weekend. I guess those all just started to change it all how state. And I think people in the state of. Michigan, that'd be freaking out because they thought they had him locked up. So let's talk about what this means for you. I mean, obviously, this isn't a case where it's like, oh, well, we didn't really want him anyway. No, like DJ cartons are really good player. He would have the need. You know, this is a guy that Archie prioritized for reason. And so, yeah, let's not. Let's not get any of that. Oh, he didn't want to compete or he didn't want to know. He went. He went to a school that is very pro athlete as Indiana's trying to be. They really promote their athletes and well, how state does a good job of that? And it's not surprising that it good player would wanna go..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"We need to cover our most important expenses like website hosting podcasting equipment. And what else? Andy, I think Knicks would be good answer to that question. Yes. Can't forget about Knicks once again the URL's. Are you tickets shop and store? Dutch up. Thank you. Right? You're listening to a simply call radio. I'm Jared Morrissey sandy bottoms and Ryan Phillips and Ryan, you looted to this week's top story which was Hoosier hysteria being announced. And so let's linger on that for just a few minutes. You mentioned the date Saturday, September twenty. Ninth. And what's notable about that date is how early it is. So last year Hoosier hysteria was on October twenty first. And the date for this year is going to be really close to the very first day of practice because the first day of practice can be forty two days prior to the first game, and last year's first game was on November tenth. So we'll have to see what the schedule looks like for this year, but. Andy kind of look toward Hoosier stare and you think about, you know, some some, some kind of things to watch out for looking looking in advance of that. Everyone's gonna talk about the scrimmage and the dunk contest and all of that. And that will surely be fun. But to meet with the biggest things to watch for our number one who will be in attendance because who hysteria is big for fans, but it's really big for recruiting so we know always. Yeah. And last year it was huge. You remember them walking Romeo out and kind of walking the players across the court. So we know trace will be there. We know kion we'll be there surely many, many others will be and also will the locker room innovations be done because that is something that I had heard that they wanted to Hoosier hysteria when those would be done and ready for display. So Andy, anything else that you know is that date approaches you're going to be kind of kind of looking for two to see what's going to be on tap for fans. I was really struck by how early it was and you kind of back into some of that new at times in the past, they've really wanted to do. It feels like there've been times they wanted to do on the weekend. Home football game, but really the only one kind of around in general areas, the game in the middle of October, which was homecoming. I'm not sure they wanted to. Stack it on top of that, and that's called double booking in the industry. Thank you. Thanks for that little insider tip there. And then the week after that actor six to state, I would argue many, many fans of the team would probably say, I would love distraction to not have to watch you play football though. A real editing show football. So pretty close in recent years. Goodness. But so, yeah, it just struck me as as with the timing of it being early..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Or so, we will leave that there. You are listening to the assembly call, Jared Morrissey, or dainty bottoms and run Phillips and guys. Let's hop in and talk a little bit more about recruiting because the July recruiting period has kicked off this month is obviously a dead period, but there are time periods for evaluations and this weekend is the first one the peach jam is going on, and a lot of targets are there. That is the Nike e. y. b. o. finals trace Jackson Davis and kion Brooks, or they're playing for speech into heat as Stuart arm on Franklyn, Brandon Neuman and others are there as well. So that is where pretty much all the coaches are all of the who's who in college basketball. And interestingly, I saw a few reports on Twitter that Chris Holtman is that the peach jam the coach of Ohio State. Now, what makes that notable is that DJ carton you guard target for the class of twenty nineteen is on his official visit to Ohio State right now. So Ryan, what do you read into that? Chris Houghton is at the peach jam when DJ carton is there in Columbus on his official visit. That doesn't seem like a very good sign. That maybe we'll have state feels like they have a great shot with curtain. I don't know. I mean, you never know what these it could be. I don't know how many times cartons been a house state. It could be that he's been there enough with the coaching staff that now he's just going and seeing the tutors and getting the tours of the school and getting the official look. I don't know. I mean, certainly that doesn't seem like a great thing, but all along I've heard for carton that it was it was heavy, Michigan lean for a long time, then Indiana sort of come in and it's been feeling like it's Michigan Indiana. I don't know what that means for these chances. It seems odd that that would happen, but clearly whatever's going on with the house. They brought him in for an official visit. They think they have a chance at him. So whatever they're doing, there's a reason for it, but I like an odd time to have an official visit. It really does for for really for both parties. I mean for the player in the staff. Well, it's clear and you read and DJ's comments to Alex. Over inside the hall like his mom. I mean, they are ready for this decision to be over like he's looking to make a quick decision. So I think that's why he squeezed in this one one more trip. I've heard the same thing. You have Ryan that it's probably Michigan in the lead Indiana kind of right there. Maybe states was kind of to get that one last look and it sounds like he wants to wrap this up within the next week or two. So I think that's that makes it look. Some kids are built for a long recruitment. They love the drama. They love the the back and forth, and they love the teasing fan bases and enjoy on social media. And that's the right it was the one time they get to do this in their lives unless they're a LeBron level basketball player and can do a decision or whatever. I mean the how often do you get to have so many people just want you to be at their school or at their city or whatever. It's a special thing for a kid to feel that. So I don't mind when kids dry out there and then get it over with. I do appreciate when they, I mean, look Romeo late for drew his out a really long time, but it was different. He wasn't playing the game. He wasn't teasing things on social media putting out there. He just had its time with that decision and so much had changed over the course of last summer that last offseason I guess I should say that it really changed the landscape of his recruitment. I think he needed extra time. A lot of these guys have been all these schools, they know all the coaches, they know all the players, they travel so much with a you anyway, the idea what part of the country they wanna be an especially with basketball. I think that it's much easier decision for some of these guys, they know way ahead of time. I think with football, a lot of kids develop between their junior and senior years and maybe their software junior years..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"You're listening to the assembly call. We are wrapping up another week of talking basketball. I'm Jared Morrissey with Ryan Phillips sandy bottoms. We're about to answer your questions which you sent envious slack and Facebook and Twitter. We always appreciate it when you send these in. So let's go with Brandon's question. I Ryan and I'll send us an overview. He says, what a team full of Pro Bowl hoosiers have a shot at winning the depleted NBA Eastern Conference. And when I went through and did this quickly to me, the starting lineup would be Victor and Gordon the back court OG and Noah probably is the forwards, but then Cody Zeller at center. And then you've got a bench of Yogi Thomas Bryant, true Williams. And then I suppose you would also then wanna put some of the guys who are in summer league Christian watt for James Blackman, junior and Robert Johnson on there. I don't think I left anybody out number one. It's nice that Indiana can just fill out a roster with pro guys. So that's posits. How good would that squad be in the depleted eastern? I mean in the Eastern Conference, probably like a five seed. Unfortunately, I, I mean, that's the sad part. Not that those guys aren't great, but you know, there's no superstar there other than Victor and Eric Gordon is a, you know, he's a six man, I think, oh, jeez, good player. Noah von Lee, who knows because it really doesn't play that much. And then Cody, I think he needs a change of scenery, but that's a nice second unit with Yogi and Thomas there, I think, but with how bad these garments. Yes, this I still think Boston or Philadelphia's coming out, maybe Toronto, but probably Boston Philadelphia is coming out of the east, so I don't think they'd actually win the east. But when I go, the fifth seed roll the dice, see what happens. I like, okay, let's go with this question. Andy. This is from Jeff, and it's similar took question that we took last week but has a different spin on it. So Jeff says, super team seemed to be the big trend in the NBA. If you could take one or two players from other big ten rosters to make an UB super team, who would you take the clear obvious answers here are either Carson Edwards or caches Winston at point guard. And then of course you. Ethan, hap- as center, no snow. You don't just to watch the show burn as it would if that happened. No. Okay..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"And that is ideally, as you said, small sample size, so take it for what it's worth, but let's assume he can maintain a reasonably high high rate of. Of making three point shots spot up situations and being a guy who just is opportunistic. It cuts off the ball, but, but the second thing I said there again, ties back to the basketball IQ. There's no reason to believe that he can't make smart timely cuts in and take advantage of the fact that defenses are going to be paying attention a lot more to other guys than they are to him. So there's no reason to believe that he's going to be put in the situations that really accentuate his weaknesses in any way. And we've kind of talked about this somewhat jokingly, but you know, I, I've talked about the senior Dane fife. I mean to go back and look at what he did in his senior year. He only used fourteen percent of possessions. But he took, you know, two hundred and forty shots from the floor between twos and threes. Now that is not going to happen was economic thing. So there's there's, you know, it's not gonna swing quite level, but you know, fife was a forty, seven percent three point shooter on a hundred and forty attempts that year and his, you know, his main role was offensive steal rate of two point, seven percent as you look back. And so that was really what he was asked to do. He wasn't a guy who was creating off the dribble doing those kinds of things. He was really making things work with his defense. So maybe it's senior Dane fife light. But I think that's the kind of role performance thing like that. I mean, if you told me that mcroberts doubled the number of threes took and made forty percent of them. I think you'd feel pretty good about what he would provide even if he didn't do much of anything else above and beyond what he already he already has done. So he's not a guy who's you're gonna see that you know, possessions us number get up at all into the, you know, fifteen to twenty percent range, but I think he'd be really. Efficient because of that because he's really only shooting the ball in scenarios that essential things he does. Well, I mean, Dane five was a five star recruit who was a huge contributor team that made it to the national championship game sack. Mcroberts can be deigned five light as a senior. That would be quite the achievement for Zach. So that would be pretty awesome. You're listening to simply call. I'm Jared Morrissey with Andy bottoms and the coach Bryant on Sony coach go. But on the other hand, you know, if if some of the young guys come in and can hit a three and then drive and can make more passes and assist and does not turn all over at those levels, then all of a sudden now Indiana has five threats major threats on two or three different offense of things. That's why the summer is important for mcroberts as well to work on his game to be better than what he was so that the basketball, you know, I don't take anyone's better than he is basketball IQ, but some of those stats that you said, Jared are a little bit concerning because of all he is is three. There's a way to defend that to you just run. Adam and you know, try to run them off the three point line. If he becomes threat from the three point line and hope that he turns it over doesn't hit the the open man. So you know, we all like Mick Roberts, but there is there is some liabilities there with him on the floor offensively that he needs to get better in order to maintain those minutes. But let's also be real. We spent a lot of time talking about his offense because that's what Zack Roberts needs to improve on. But he will play because of his defense because his coach values defense. And because that Nick Roberts is an elite defender. Like it's not just that Zach, Mick Roberts hustles and tries hard out there when you watch him with the eye test and look at some of the ups that he takes on..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Make no excuses. Jared Morrissey with antibodies in the coach. Bryant on Sony is Ryan Phillips has the week off and we are doing our deep dive into Zach, MC Roberts, talking about what his role will be on this year's team. And we're about to look at some of the numbers and really assess his strengths and weaknesses, and what in particular he's got room to improve on. Andy. When we were talking between segments, you made a really good point. As we start talking about strengths and weaknesses here. One of the biggest strengths that Zach possesses is consistency. Like you just know he's going to play hard. You know what you're gonna get an even if there may be some things that would be lacking for him to be the perfect basketball player, though he's not gonna take guys off the dribble except for that one glorious time against Michigan state, which was fantastic. You know, he's not going to give you huge, offensive outbursts. But as a coach, you do know what he's going to give you. And that in and of itself is strengthened and coach. You might even say that's talent. How important is that you think Indy? Well, you know, we talked a little bit about, you know, toward the various points of last season and really the last few seasons. It's it's kind of been a question of how many guys do you have the, you know what you're going to get from them on a night in night out basis. And I think over the course of last season, one really worked his way into the rotation. He was a guy that you would point to and say, look, what you're going to get from him may not be spectacular on the stat sheet, but you knew what. We're gonna get from an effort from the defense, those kinds of things, and I wanna team that's pretty young. And that still has a lot of questions maybe different questions than than were there a year ago. I don't think you can under- sell the value to a coach of having a guy out there that you know is going to make smart play. Some of the basketball accused up the coach's talking about earlier. I think there's value in that and maybe the balance of those minutes shifts over the course of the season and he plays a little bit less, you know, maybe fewer more impactful minutes on down the line. But with the number of young guys, you really trying to ease in. I think there's a certain comfort as a coach to be able to have a guy like that where you can allow those guys Eason. I think that's a luxury that some of these guys didn't have a year ago. And while this is probably not a veteran team by any means, I think being able to use some of the experience that do have with a guy like Zach to really anchor things and be a a steadying influence in a consistent producer will help the young guys along early on where they don't have to take on. Mm too much. So coach, let's talk about some of zek strengths and we know how good he is on defense. And I have a few numbers that talk about here in a minute that further solidified that, but I wanna start on the offensive end. And when we talk about a strength that we really hope to Zach can double down on its the shooting. You know, he didn't have a lot of opportunities last year, but in thirty six possessions spotting up he produced one point one one points per possession, which is actually in the eighty four th percentile. So that's really good, and he was good and catching suit in catch and shoot situations. He was eleven for twenty eight overall, which is only a field goal percentage of thirty nine point, three percent. But that's why feel percentage is not always the stat you wanna look at his affective field goal percentage was fifty eight point, nine percent because most of those were three pointers and that was in the eighty first percentile..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"I love that pick their and then I'll take. I agree with the big man principle. I'm gonna take Thomas Bryant. I know is off more. Your wasn't as good, but you know the potential there and surrounded with good players. He definitely would be better. So I'm taking Thomas Brian Jordan holes back Thomas Brian, Jordan holes back to back. Okay. So I currently so you have victory depot, Jordan holes, and Thomas Bryant, I have yoked the best team I have well, that is that is definite. All right. So once again, I am going to, I'm going to apply my scarcity principle to this. I think we've still got plenty of wings and I'm already taking care of with my main ball handler and with my big. So I'm taking the guy who clearly is better than the rest. And again, gonna watch you guys scramble. I'm picking Archie because I think Archie will give me the best you fill in around Yogi and DJ with Archie to kind of organize the pieces. Coach is going to quit. He's going to throw his microphone on the ground. Just leave. I'm taking Archie by the way you're listening to the simply call radio. I'm Jared Morrissey with Ryan Phillips and the coach Bryant on Sony. We are doing a draft picking a seven man team from the past twelve years of you, basketball a coach, and we are in the middle of the of the of the draft right now in round number three coach, it's over to you for back toback picks, and you guys have left me some outstanding choices here, and I appreciate the way you've drafted because you're really helping me build my team. That's trash. Talk coached on Sony stuff, your guest in our house, the least you can do is be a little nice. Well. And the last year thing is just keeping me from picking who I really want to pick, but I'm gonna go again, position wise. I have a big, I have a guard. I'm gonna go Christian watt. Furred wow. As as a as a forward and games, you're set the up and then I'm going to go with another wing who has yet to play, but is going to have a great last year and first year Romeo Langford. Okay. So Romeo Lankford lasts until round number four. So you have. So you're basically screw. Whom I point guard is I got Romeo Langford heir Gordon at guard, trying guard that talent out there just get get the talent together and then eventually have criminals coach and see what happens within we'll hit. So. All right. So let's see. I've got Yogi DJ in Archie. So I really, I'm going to need to get. I'm going to need to get a guy who can score it's time for me to go on the wing. I have already got DJ down low. I'm going to take OG Anna Nobie and expect I I will say, I know that, oh, gee, struggled a little bit, you know, in a sophomore season before he got hurt. But before those injuries he was really coming on. And just when you see what he can do defensively, I'm taking g. and I feel good about it. I was had him second overall when we went to the last year with the injuries. Yeah, I think can kit sit. Oh, we'll give him a little leeway on that. I think I think you're looking at best version of OJ and Oban and I agree, Jared, that was my next pick if you had taken him. So next time I see all punch. You. All right. So number four for me is my fourth pick, geez. Man, I'm gonna take. Jiwan Morgan to one Morgan. Okay. And then I'm going to take with my next pick close to take Joan. Just didn't think he fit as well with DJ. What. Yeah, I'm gonna take. Who is it? Tough one. This is a tough one gets harder. It really does because I've got two guys in mind can take your coach..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"I'm Jared Morrissey with Ryan Phillips and the coach. Bryan Thanh Sony. So as I mentioned, guys were recording, this draft is happening. No hoosiers expected to get drafted. Although there is still time to send MBA GM's the film were Freddie mix. Wayne grabbing nine offense of rebounds against Michigan state because everybody can use a spectacular offense of rebounder like that. But let's talk about how many players on the current roster we think will someday end up in the NBA to your point. Ryan is Indiana at that point now where there is enough talent and enough of a player development program in place that we can have three, four, five guys on the current roster who were going to someday play professional. So I kind of went through and gave my first impression on this. Let me list that out, and then you guys tell me if you agree or disagree the Ryan, we'll go to you first Romeo Lankford obviously, a lock. He's a done deal. He's going to end up in the NBA. I think Jon Morgan is probable. I think he's gonna get a shot. I think he will play games in the NBA guys. That I would bet on if I had to be pushed one way or the other. I would say Jerome hunter and Justin Smith guys who I think have an outside shot because they have particular skills. That could get them there despite maybe some other deficiencies or Jake forester and demeans Anderson. Jake with the athleticism, the defense to me because he can shoot and then guys who seem unlikely. But you know, you never know would be Clifton more Robert finish the race, Thompson, devante green. So I would say four Romeo link for Jon Morgan. And then I think Jerome hunter and Justin Smith could both make it as well Ryan, where do you fall? What those guys? I'd put Clifton more in the outside shot category as well. Just because of his size and movement. You know, he might get a chance. It's somebody might even if he doesn't get drafted. Somebody might sign him, put him on a summer league team and maybe have them deep on the roster. Again, outside shot is really receive unlikely. You know, I might put a guy like race tops on the outside shot is well, because I think he has a lot of the same skills as you want Morgan. But other than that, I think your your list is right. We know Romeo lane going to be an NBA player almost certainly will be in this draft next year. Jon Morgan, I think I agree. I think he will play MBA games. I don't know if he's going to get drafted. It's all gonna depend on his health and how well he plays this year as you really moved past the injuries that really dogged him his first two years, we'll find out NBA teams are not going to skimp on their medical evaluations. They will know that I would say Jerome hundred Justice with both have the ability to become MBA players. I don't think there's any question about that just from size, length athleticism, all of that stuff they have when MBA teams are looking for and versatility is huge in the NBA. Now. Outside shot. I think you're right. Jake. Forster DC Anderson if can shoot it the way we think can at his size certainly has a chance to play in the NBA one day and and Jake foresters a running jump big man. I expect him to grow a little bit more to. So he's six eight. That's undersized for a big man in the NBA. But I mean, you've got, you've got wings who were six eight. So it'll be interesting to see if he continues to grow because if he does then, yeah, he's running jumping menu. Like by the way, I'm hearing some pretty good things about Jerome hunter and the impression that he's made early on on coaches and teammates. Just throw that out there. Bryan coach, your thoughts guys who could make the NBA from the current roster. You know, I agree with with the obvious top two. I think the interesting thing with the Indiana program right now is is coach schilling and the development that he's done in the past working with professional athletes. And so you get some guys on your al-baidh on list or has a shot list and it'll it'll depend on their individual development, I think..

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"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"jared morrissey" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Foot they had cody zeller and they drafted navan li like it's just the they don't have a coherent draft strategy and that's leading to stack depth chart of guys say position is really hamstrung cody's career i think he's a guy like victory benatti you're going to go out and become an all star like go but i think he's a guy who could benefit from a change of scenery like that and could be much much better if he had a chance to flourish somewhere else and it's just what they believe in him and say hey you're the starter go play go figure this out yeah and then i had coming in next and this can probably be debated i put at novi next because he was the twenty third pick this year and i know he's only played one year we we could've given thomas incomplete but i wanted to fit him in here but if you just kind of project you know play twenty minutes a game five point nine points according to win shares at three wind shares he projects to be a guy who's pretty valuable and so given that he was only the twenty third pick that was kind of tiebreaker for me between he and cody zeller because the expectations of fourth overall pick are different than the expectations of twenty third overall pick so you probably pick that but it's just kind of projecting forward a little bit look oh gee as a rookie was guarding lebron james and the playoffs now lebron made them look like a rookie at times but lebron james does that veterans as well so but i thought it was a it was great a great season for especially considering his first year come back off the knee surgery so it's not like he came in at one hundred percent and ready to go so this is a guy who is only gonna get better and is already one of the top defensive wings the nba and you heard people just praising him the playoffs before they of course rain into the saw that was the cavs in that series that was if the cavs from that series played the warriors it would not have been a sweep it would have gone maybe you're listening to the assembly call jared morrissey or with ryan phillips and we're talking about the most valuable indiana draft picks of the last thirty years and given that we just at number five in its lovie who's only played one season so far tells you what this list is about but next up long we need we need some sort of like need to get some cool like special music triumphant music with trumpets playing it is the great calbert cheney who was the six pick of the washington bullets back then were the bullets in nineteen ninetythree did play thirteen years you have is twenty six point seven minutes only average nine point five points per game for his career but was a much better score early on and he's even said you know he wishes he kind of kept himself in better shape and had some of the more modern you know workout nutrition advice that they have now dealt with some injuries had a solid career he you know for a couple years there in washington was up and coming they'd accumulated a lot of draft picks and they look like they were going to be a pretty good team he was a really solid player for those teams and again you could quibble because he was picked so high number six that the expectations were so high but there just weren't that haven't been that many other guys who have produced so i find it hard to put anybody else above him as being more valuable and so a solid career for calvert he goes at number four next up alan henderson who cower played with at indiana he was the sixteenth pick of the atlanta hawks played for twelve years and didn't quite have the same careers calbert played twenty one minutes a game seven point eight points.

cody zeller one hundred percent twenty one minutes thirteen years twenty minutes seven minutes thirty years twelve years one year