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Date Posted: Sunday, August 29, 01:56:12pm
Author: duq81
Subject: I hope the NYC area pipeline doesn't dry up. Duquesne has traditionally done well when getting players from the NYC metro, and adjacent areas. Recruiting areas like Philly, DC, and Ohio, has not worked out nearly as well in the past.
In reply to: Phoenix Rising 's message, "Absolutely, it's great to be involved with players early, especially since the offer is not binding. It's interesting to see our recruiting expanding to the west, with Steve Hall's influence in Michigan and maybe Greg Gary is tapping into his Indiana connections. I have the feeling that our NY/NJ/NE connection is drying up with Bill Barton leaving and the fallout with Norm the booster and his NYC connections." on Saturday, August 28, 08:57:32pm

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