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Blake Metcalf Watch 2008


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Ummmm...did you read Patch's post?

 

Yeah...raw I would agree based on big men...but he is going to be a lane filler...much like Kirsten Z. was (albeit much smaller).

 

I just hope at some point he can have a positive impact on the offensive end, someone we can dump it down to so things open up on the outside. I've been very guilty of hyping recruits in the past, so I'll have to keep my own expectations in check.

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Having never seen him play I have no clue how he is offensively but I was impressed when I read about 19-15 against Lawrence North.

 

In that game he played against athletic 6' 9" guys going to Louisville and Purdue who were surrounded by other DI athletes. If he got 19 and 15 I think he might be a decent low block presence in the AE.

 

Just a guess - None of our previous bigs came with the ability or rep as a scorer.

 

In his own words he a true back to the basket big who wants to bang. Who knows how that will translate to the DI level.

 

If he learns to shoot foul shots that would be a plus.

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Metcalf's season continues:

 

Plainfield 66, Northview 39

 

Plainfield 10 8 29 19 0 66

 

Northview 11 14 1 13 0 39

 

 

In Class 4A Sectional 13 at Terre Haute North, the Quakers (13-8) trailed 25-18 at halftime and then went on a 36-1 run to wrest control from the Knights (9-14). Chris Page topped Plainfield with 21 points. Joining him in double figures were Brian Mucho with 18 points, and Blake Metcalf with 12 points and 11 boards. Senior point guard Austin Akers led Northview with 15 points.

 

 

I will try to find his next game....

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Sectional 13, at Terre Haute North

 

The games: Tuesday - Plainfield (12-8) vs. Northview (9-13); Mooresville (12-8) vs. Terre Haute North (8-14);

Friday - Terre Haute South (18-4) vs. Plainfield-Northview winner; Martinsville (8-12) vs. Mooresville-Terre Haute North winner

The favorite: Terre Haute South

The darkhorse: Plainfield

One to watch: Indiana State recruit Jake Odum is averaging 22.4 points for Terre Haute South

The skinny: Terre Haute South was the prohibitive favorite, but ankle injuries to leading scorers Odum and John Michael Jarvis have the Braves limping into sectionals. Plainfield has lost three straight.

The pick: Terre Haute South

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I forgot to post this earlier, but Metcalf's season came to an end in the Class 4A Sectional 13 at Terre Haute North.

 

Terre Haute South 51, Plainfield 44

 

Score by quarter

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Total

 

Terre Haute South 13 6 8 24 0 51

 

Plainfield 9 14 11 10 0 44

 

 

 

Terre Haute South - McIntyre 14, McGill 14, Odum 11, Jarvis 7, Tanoos 4, Rose 0, Smith 0, Austin 0. 3-pointers: McGill 4, McIntyre 4, Jarvis, Tanoos. Totals: 16 9-21 51;

 

Plainfield - Hamlin 15, Page 14, Metcalf 6, Mucho 5, Dell 3, Hanna 1, Williams 0, Chambers 0. 3-pointers: Hamlin 3, Page 2, Mucho, Dell. Totals: 17 3-7 44;

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Final season averages in 22 games: 16.59 PPG, 13.62 RPG (Data for rebounding only available for 15 out of the 22 games.)

 

Hopefully the weblink with the season stats will corraborate the information, but it is nice to note that with the exception of the sectionals that Metcalf's numbers got stronger throughout the year.

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Remember that Fox23 video that was circulating after Blake's visit? Here's the raw footage:

 

Metcalf Interview

 

There are some interesting "numbers" at the end. Boisy, I'm looking at you on this one....

Sure hope the Bingo fans don't watch it.

 

This clip is OLD....when are you going to bring something new to this board? :blush:

 

Seriously though...I got those digits on speed dial...please don't call me the MTS's of the UA board though!

 

Yeh, hopefully a fax won't be sent to him at this number with a Bingo area code....lol! Those that don't know...Walker used to send a fax out to at least one recruit......

 

Disclaimer: MT...if you read this, I'm just kidding!

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Metcalf update.....

 

Friday, April 3, 2009

P-Hoops 2009 Class Rankings

 

1. Jordan Hulls - 6'2 G - Bloomington South (Indiana)

2. Derek Elston - 6'9 F - Tipton (Indiana)

3. DJ Byrd - 6'5 G - North Montgomery (Purdue)

4. Stephan Van Treese - 6'9 F - Lawrence North (Louisville)

5. Patrick Bade -6'8 F - Franklin Central (Purdue)

6. Scott Wood - 6'6 F - Marion (NC State)

7. Andrew Smith - 6'10 C - Covenant Christian (Butler)

8. Colt Ryan - 6'4 G - Batesville (Evansville)

9. Jake Odum -6'3 G - Terre Haute South (Indiana State)

10. Tyler Koch - 6'6 F - Winchester (Wright State)

11. Bruce Grimm, Jr. - 6'0 G - Rochester (East Tennessee State)

12. Justin Jordan - 6'2 G - Ft. Wayne North (undecided)

13. Matt Kenney - 6'3 G - Mooresville (Valparaiso)

14. RJ Mahurin - 6'8 F - Rockville (Indiana State)

15. Stevie Loveless - 6'6 F - Frankfort (undecided)

16. Errick Peck - 6'6 F - Cathedral (Colgate)

17. JaRob McCallum - 6'1 G - Marion (Wisconsin Milwaukee)

18. Kelsey Barlow - 6'6 F - Cathedral (Purdue)

19. Morgan Newton - 6'5 F - Carmel (Kentucky football)

20. Justin Reid - 6'8 F - North Central (undecided)

21. Jordan Myers - 6'8 F - Forest Park (Southern Illinois)

22. Jauwan Scaife - 6'2 G - Muncie Central (Ball State)

23. Kendal Brown - 5'9 G - Evansville Harrison (Southern Illinois)

24. Blake Metcalf - 6'9 C - Plainfield (Albany)

25. Jonathan Sims - 6'3 G - Ft. Wayne Snider (undecided)

 

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Below are the rosters for the the 21st annual North/South Indiana All-Star Classic, which will be played Sunday. Of the 22 players selected to participate, at least 15 are headed to Division I programs next season

 

2009 NORTH/SOUTH ALL-STAR CLASSIC

Sunday, April 4at Batesville

 

BOYS

 

NORTH ROSTER

 

Coach: Dave Mahurin, Rockville

 

Name, School Hgt. Pos. College

 

D.J. Byrd, North Montgomery 6-5 G Purdue

 

Derek Elston, Tipton 6-9 F Indiana

 

Matt Kenney, Mooresville 6-3 G Valparaiso

 

Tommy Kurth, Penn 6-0 G Valparaiso

 

Stevie Loveless, Frankfort 6-6 F Undecided

 

R.J. Mahurin, Rockville 6-8 F Indiana St.

 

Jake Odum, Terre Haute South 6-3 G Indiana St.

 

Justin Reid, N. Central (Marion) 6-8 C Undecided

 

Drew Schauss, Centerville 6-4 G Brevard

 

Andrew Smith, Convenant Christ. 6-10 C Butler

 

Scott Wood, Marion 6-5 G N. Carolina St.

 

SOUTH ROSTER

 

Coach: Bob Nobbe, Hauser

 

Name, School Hgt. Pos. College

 

Kendal Brown, Ev. Harrison 5-9 G Southern Ill.

 

Tanner Case, Hauser 6-7 C Undecided

 

Matt Gehl, Jac-Cen-Del 6-2 G Undecided

 

Jim Faehr, Lawrenceburg 6-2 G Undecided

 

Jordan Hulls, Bloomington S. 6-0 G Indiana

 

Tyler Koch, Winchester 6-5 F Wright St.

 

Blake Metcalf, Plainfield 6-9 C Albany (N.Y.)

 

Jordan Myers, Forest Park 6-8 C Southern Ill.

 

Errick Peck, Indpls Cathedral 6-6 F Cornell

 

Colt Ryan, Batesville 6-5 G Evansville

 

J.D. Stephens, Batesville 6-3 G Undecided

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Bolus final rankings has Metcalf on his second group of 12 SRs in Indiana.

 

Rick Bolus' High Potential Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc.

 

Boys ~ March 2009 Edition

 

 

Indiana Wrapup Report For 2008-2009

 

The Top Seniors

NAME HT CLASS POS SCHOOL

Top 12

Stephan Van Treese 6-9 Sr. C-F Indianapolis Lawrence North

Scott Wood 6-5 Sr. 2G Marion

Derek Elston 6-8 Sr. F-C Tipton

D.J. Byrd 6-5 Sr. SM Crawfordsville North Montgomery

Jordan Hulls 6-0 Sr. G Bloomington South

Jeff Robinson 6-9 Sr. F-C Indianapolis Lawrence North

Patrick Bade 6-9 Sr. F-C Indianapolis Franklin Central

Tyler Koch 6-5 Sr. SM Winchester

Kelsay Barlow 6-6 Sr. WF Indianapolis Cathedral

R.J. Mahurin 6-8 Sr. WF Rockville

Colt Ryan 6-4 Sr. SM Batesville

Kendal Brown 5-10 Sr. PG Evansville Harrison

Top Sleeper

Justin Reid 6-8 Sr. C Indianapolis North Central

 

Second 12

 

Jawaun Scaife 6-1 Sr. PG Muncie Central

Damion McGee 6-7 Sr. F Gary Wallace

Matt Kenney 6-3 Sr. PG Mooresville

Jake Odum 6-2 Sr. PG Terre Haute South

DeShawn Clay 6-4 Sr. 2G Gary West Side

Errick Peck 6-6 Sr. F-C Indianapolis Cathedral

Tommy Kurth 6-1 Sr. PG Mishawaka Penn

Jordan Myers 6-8 Sr. F-C Ferdinand Forest Park

Andrew Smith 6-9 Sr. F-C Indianapolis Covenant Heritage

Hayden Humes 6-8 Sr. PF Valparaiso

Troy Taylor 6-0 Sr. G Anderson

Blake Metcalf 6-9 Sr. C Plainfield

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