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  • Esahia Nyiwe 6'10 F/C 2020 JUCO to Texas Tech

    Verbal Commits
    @VerbalCommits

    Wichita State has offered 2020 Clarendon College (TX) F Esahia Nyiwe.

    @ZayeNyiwe

    http://verbalcommits.com/players/esahia-nyiwe

  • #2
    Damn, that kid is long. Smooth, fast, and thin, but damn

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    • #3
      Esahia Nyiwe a 6'10 forward/center from Omaha, Nebraska. Was a sophomore at Clarendon College in Texas. His offers so far this spring have been Texas Tech and WSU. Will have two years to play D1.

      Stats: https://www.njcaa.org/sports/mbkb/20...sahianyiweo6bx
      VC: http://www.verbalcommits.com/players/esahia-nyiwe

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      • #4
        Now we're talkin'. Completes the matching set along with Jumpin' Josaphat. I like.

        Might be good time to put on the full court press Coach.

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        • #5
          Says he's from Omaha. Wonder if he is already aquainted with Poor Bear?

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          • #6
            Taylor Eldridge
            @tayloreldridge
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            Wichita State has been eying Nyiwe for awhile and finally pull the trigger on a scholarship offer to the JUCO center. He's a 6-foot-10, 210-pound gazelle who is a big-time shot blocker. Still raw, but the potential is intriguing. Texas Tech also just offered.

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            • #7
              Yes please

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pinstripers View Post
                Taylor Eldridge
                @tayloreldridge
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                16m
                Wichita State has been eying Nyiwe for awhile and finally pull the trigger on a scholarship offer to the JUCO center. He's a 6-foot-10, 210-pound gazelle who is a big-time shot blocker. Still raw, but the potential is intriguing. Texas Tech also just offered.
                Kerry needs to add 20-25 pounds to that frame but the trend towards looking for long, athletic guys who can run and jump continues. As Taylor says another gazelle for the growing herd.

                Actually, this young man looks like he has decent handles for a 6-10 player.

                You never know what to make of juco stats for sure but one thing that struck me was he had 34 assists and 34 turnovers this past season. Our 4 bigs (Jaime, Mo, Asbjorn and Poor-Bear) combined for 34 assists and 82 turnovers.

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                • #9
                  That would make the classes (assuming no RS):

                  FR - 4
                  SO - 2
                  JR - 4
                  SR - 2

                  This kid could be a potential RS, IMO, to add on some muscle and refine the raw edges. I think JS could be a potential RS as well.


                  Add a GT Big, and that put the classes at

                  RS - 1*
                  FR - 3
                  SO - 3**
                  JR - 3
                  SR - 3

                  * = JS
                  ** = including EN

                  Just spitballin'

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                  • #10
                    Averaged 8 and 8 with 2.2 bpg as a sophomore. 67% from the field, 33% from 3 and 57% from FT.
                    Livin the dream

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                    • #11
                      Just do it.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ShockingButTrue View Post
                        Just do it.
                        Agreed. Get him.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Shock Top View Post
                          That would make the classes (assuming no RS):

                          FR - 4
                          SO - 2
                          JR - 4
                          SR - 2

                          This kid could be a potential RS, IMO, to add on some muscle and refine the raw edges. I think JS could be a potential RS as well.


                          Add a GT Big, and that put the classes at

                          RS - 1*
                          FR - 3
                          SO - 3**
                          JR - 3
                          SR - 3

                          * = JS
                          ** = including EN

                          Just spitballin'
                          Whatever big is signed, isn't redshirting I will assure you.

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                          • #14
                            My scenario has them adding an additional Grad Transfer Big..

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Shock Top View Post
                              That would make the classes (assuming no RS):

                              FR - 4
                              SO - 2
                              JR - 4
                              SR - 2

                              This kid could be a potential RS, IMO, to add on some muscle and refine the raw edges. I think JS could be a potential RS as well.


                              Add a GT Big, and that put the classes at

                              RS - 1*
                              FR - 3
                              SO - 3**
                              JR - 3
                              SR - 3

                              * = JS
                              ** = including EN

                              Just spitballin'
                              Esahia Nyiwe would be a junior. He played his freshman year at Iowa Western and his sophomore year this past season at Clarendon College (TX).

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