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  • Lobot
    started a topic Isaiah Collier 2023 GA PG 6'3 offer

    Isaiah Collier 2023 GA PG 6'3 offer

    Will visit tomorrow
    Last edited by Lobot; 02-16-2022, 10:33 AM.

  • Lobot
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    Originally posted by swilsonsp4 View Post
    Wes Miller set his sights on 5* PG Isaiah Collier quite awhile ago. Considered the #1 or #2 PG in the 2023 class, Collier is an outstanding passer who gets his teammates great shots.

    Collier is the #1 target of the staff, but the rising HS senior from the Atlanta area is targeted also by a boatload of big schools. Having already been to UC twice, once officially, he has also visited AL, USC & UCLA. Per 247sports.com, Collier plans to go up to Ann Arbor soon.

    At present, Collier is injured (nature unknown) and likely will miss the rest of the summer circuit.

    Also, he is a HS and AAU teammate and friend of another UC target, Arrinten Page.
    We had a thread on him already, but it was on page 5 of the BB recruiting forum after all the names I added recently. I've merged the threads.

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  • swilsonsp4
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    Wes Miller set his sights on 5* PG Isaiah Collier quite awhile ago. Considered the #1 or #2 PG in the 2023 class, Collier is an outstanding passer who gets his teammates great shots.

    Collier is the #1 target of the staff, but the rising HS senior from the Atlanta area is targeted also by a boatload of big schools. Having already been to UC twice, once officially, he has also visited AL, USC & UCLA. Per 247sports.com, Collier plans to go up to Ann Arbor soon.

    At present, Collier is injured (nature unknown) and likely will miss the rest of the summer circuit.

    Also, he is a HS and AAU teammate and friend of another UC target, Arrinten Page.
    Last edited by swilsonsp4; 06-20-2022, 10:23 AM.

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  • GoBearcats31
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    #4 in the new 2023 rankings from on3.com

    https://www.on3.com/db/rankings/player/basketball/2023/

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  • longtimefan
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    Rayvon Griffith is recruiting him.

    https://twitter.com/_schuz_/status/1...ZkWr5iAmCm_alA

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  • GoBearcats31
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    #10 in the newest 247 2023 class rankings https://247sports.com/Season/2023-Ba...oup=HighSchool

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  • GoBearcats31
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    Originally posted by GoBearcats31 View Post
    2023 five-star PG Isaiah Collier will officially visit USC on May 10-12, followed by UCLA on May 13-15, he tells @On3Recruits.
    Nothing really "new" here but a preview of his upcoming visits and brief quotes on UC and Alabama
    https://247sports.com/college/basket...USC-187422646/

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  • GoBearcats31
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    2023 five-star PG Isaiah Collier will officially visit USC on May 10-12, followed by UCLA on May 13-15, he tells @On3Recruits.

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  • Dr.kenneth noisewater
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    The idea of playing with 2 top 50 wings has got to be interesting to him. Especially since they're top 50 not top 10 that might be gone by the time he arrives

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  • Lobot
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    Collier has a 53% forecast to UC in on3’s RPM.

    RPM is a little different than 247’s crystal ball in that it supposedly uses AI to gather social media and other data points. I’m a bit skeptical of that claim but I’ll take the prediction.

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  • Lobot
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    Lots of IG posts and Twitter congrats from Isaiah on the Rayvon Griffith commitment. Cross your fingers.

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  • GoBearcats31
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    I am getting close to giving up on Collier. Numerous times in the Cronin era, Mick/staff would be in on a kid big time before they really blew up and started reeling in major offers. Alex Poythress (UK) and Malik Beasley (FSU) are a couple that stand out. UC wasn't even in the running with them by the time they were seniors.

    Collier is a top 15 player and he continues to excel in AAU. "Better" programs are going to be coming after him, and have already started this spring.

    That being said, here's an article that dedicates plenty of space talking about UC's pursuit of Collier and to not underestimate them. https://www.on3.com/news/5-star-isai...n-home-visits/

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  • GoBearcats31
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    https://247sports.com/college/louisv...age-186621539/


    Collier entered the spring as one the best in the country at making the assist. Turning heads at USA and averaging a little over five dimes per game in Session I backed that narrative. The level of play did not alter in Session II as he was elite in making last minute dumpoffs and lob passes in transition. His insticts to find teammates is an aspect of his game that translates to the NBA level as he can think the game with the best of them.

    He also forced four turnovers and scored 23 points with transitional finishes and a few jumpers, but he separates himself with his peers by making the right find while he posseses terrific size for the position. I am not saying he is number one but over the course of his career, Collier has put together a resume that should place him in the conversation with those chasing the spot.

    After recently announcing he is open in his recruitment, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Cincinnati, Florida State, Indiana, Stanford, Utah, and UCLA made sure Collier was aware of their courtside presence. Expect more programs to insert themselves into the picture as Collier asserts himself as a point guard prospect coaches will have unwavering trust in whenever the ball is at his possession.

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  • longtimefan
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    2023 The Skill Factory (GA) G Isaiah Collier (@isaiahcollier04): 23 PTS, 4 REB, 8 AST, 4 STL vs Vegas Elite #2022EYBL @tsfmack2023 @TheCircuit @NikeEYB

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  • GoBearcats31
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    Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress): Passing clinic from Isaiah Collier, who makes the game incredibly easy for teammates with the way he dishes off a live dribble. So much sizzle to his game. Natural talent with the ball. Getting anywhere he wants and finishing creatively too.

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