Ah, one of the familiar signs of spring: players leaving the program.
"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
Post by 73withharoldlee on Mar 27, 2019 17:15:04 GMT -6
Ah it is a great sign. Players leaving after graduating with a degree to pursue further opportunities and make connections beyond their experience in Milwaukee is a great sign of a program that graduate student athletes. It is what young people should do. They are doing it everywhere because students want to grow. Good Luck Bryce you are not abandoning The Panthers. You are growing as a leader, a captian, and role model. Wherever you go that institution will benefit because of your experience at UWM. Let’s bring in some transfers. Jalen Keys? Ryan Krueger?
Post by Duct_Tape_Pounce on Mar 27, 2019 18:10:08 GMT -6
Best of luck to him. He could be a frustrating player at times, but when he was on, he could help carry the team.
I’m guessing at least part of his decision has to do with Te’Jon Lucas and Darius Roy getting the lion’s share of the minutes at guard next year, which is very understandable. However, this does make our depth at guard even more thin.
Post by steveisback on Mar 28, 2019 7:39:42 GMT -6
Quality young man and best wishes for the future Bryce!!! A lot of promising guys coming in however heavily tilted toward forwards. Thinking of the saying "you can never have enough guards" Never more true in college basketball and we are extremely thin.