Another Norwood to try his hand at PSU hoops?


#1

BWI Basketball Recruiting page has Jordan Norwood’s brother Levi listed as a commit. As far as I know, he was only signed to play football (WR, just like big brother), and at 6’-2" 170lbs he definitely has better size than Jordan. My best guess is that he’ll give hoops a shot next season.

http://bwi.rivals.com/default.asp?type=4

And Taran moving down to a three star is BS. It’s not like he was playing horribly or anything.


#2

He’s definitely a football recruit.


#3

He’s been ripping it up at Midway HS in Texas. He had 153 yds last night. I mean he might play but I haven’t heard anything about him even being interested. I doubt it would happen.


#4

[quote=“Babbilicious17, post:1, topic:74”]BWI Basketball Recruiting page has Jordan Norwood’s brother Levi listed as a commit. As far as I know, he was only signed to play football (WR, just like big brother), and at 6’-2" 170lbs he definitely has better size than Jordan. My best guess is that he’ll give hoops a shot next season.

http://bwi.rivals.com/default.asp?type=4

And Taran moving down to a three star is BS. It’s not like he was playing horribly or anything.[/quote]

Won’t happen. We’ve moved beyond having football players contribute part time on the basketball court.


#5

Yeah the more I think about you’re right Lar. Just thought it was kind of interesting.


#6
[quote="Babbilicious17, post:1, topic:74"]BWI Basketball Recruiting page has Jordan Norwood's brother Levi listed as a commit. As far as I know, he was only signed to play football (WR, just like big brother), and at 6'-2" 170lbs he definitely has better size than Jordan. My best guess is that he'll give hoops a shot next season.

http://bwi.rivals.com/default.asp?type=4

And Taran moving down to a three star is BS. It’s not like he was playing horribly or anything.[/quote]

Won’t happen. We’ve moved beyond having football players contribute part time on the basketball court.

I think we’ve moved beyond needing a partime football player to contribute, but is the players talent is great enough, I’m sure we wouldn’t be beyond it.


#7

Sean Lee was listed as a basketball recruit by Rivals back in 2004.


#8

And if it wasn’t for injuries he would have been solid


#9

Here’s another football recruit we may want to take a look at (3rd paragraph).


#10

If he plays anything at PSU, it will be baseball.