My guess is two. He played with Jordan Aaron at Southeastern, so his sophomore year was cut short. He'll probably play 1/2 season at Olney. If he doesn't, he should be able to get his eligibility back for another year; he wasn't a part of the bookstore incident.
Info as in how the visit went? No. However, I found some more information on who else is recruiting them.
"Both have offers from Milwaukee-Wisconsin, Vermont and South Dakota, while being recruited by the likes of Iowa, Northern Iowa, Creighton, Yale, Nebraska-Omaha, Central Michigan, Eastern Kentucky, North Dakota and North Dakota State."
Post by Black PantherU on Oct 8, 2012 14:47:06 GMT -6
The visit went very well. The Soukup twins established a good rapport with players that could be future teammates, and the coaching staff was impressed by how mature they were.
We shall see if they land here. Brothers always tend to do well on the same team at every level, and twins do even better - this is true from the NBA down to D-III, although I can't think of twins playing on the same team in the NBA. Highest I can think of is the Lopez's at Stanford.
And don't forget the hick triplets. Larry Bird, his brother Darryl...and his other brother Darryl.
"She would constantly try to throw [Coach Jeter] off and create distractions," said another source who worked in the athletic department and no longer is at UWM. "All the time. It was bad. I felt bad for him all the time. I told him, 'You're a bigger man than I am.' It was brutal. Sabotage was in the cards." -- From the JS story, March 17, 2016