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FWIW - I spoke to a source this morning that fully expects Ridley to sign with Texas. This person has spoken recently with Ridley about this.
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Let me just say this. Are any of you that use a computer upset at Michael Dell for dropping out of UT to start his own business? If your not then don't complain here. My problem is who is ready to come.out. ESPN had a guy on about a year and a half ago and I think it was Dr Jack Ramsey but I am not completely sure. When guys come out early from high school they should ask themselves are they ready to come in and start or be a regular off the bench. Ramsey said he had only three out of high school who were ready; Moses Malone, Kevin Garnet and Lebron James. Going by that the only one we should all agree on is Kevin Durant. Everyone else you could make an argument they should come back. Look at Avery Bradley; he is barely starting to see some quality court time and this is year three. Joseph is in the D league Thompson still has no post moves and Hamilton is MIA. I forgot to add Ford I think he was ready to go as well. TJ had already accomplished big things here and people wanted him out before something happened with his back. I think the problem is Barnes needs to strongly emphasize to most of these one and done they are not ready. And point out exactly why. He should have opinions of NBA scouts to back him up
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