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By GT Sports Blog

http://www.gtsports.blogspot.com/

May 16th, 2005

 

 

 

Georgia Tech Basketball: Frederick Returns

 

This Blog of the Day post is courtesy of the GT Sports Blog, improving the world through Georgia tech sports.

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Zam Frederick to return to Jackets... per the Macon Telegraph. Good news and I hope that his personal situation with his father is a good one. But even Coach Hewitt was guarded with his words, with the article saying that Coach Hewitt "expressed hope" that the situation is over. So what was the final kicker to stay? Do you think the fact that BOTH his parents got involved in the Sunday meeting with Coach Hewitt played a factor? Always have to remember mamma......... Any way, I am really glad that Buck has decided to stay. I don't think he'll regret it.......

All of this comes prior to Jarrett Jack's final decision about coming back or not. Speaking of that, there is a huge divide around people's beliefs about what Jack will do. Interestinly, most people feel pretty confident in their opinion. For example, I feel strongly in mine that he will stay in the draft. Other people and sites are confident that he is coming back - for example NBADraft.net has moved him from the 2005 mock draft to the 2006 mock draft board. That was not an accident. We all now know that Jack enjoys his college life and seems value his education more than many with his talent. Either way, Jarrett is right - he can't lose.

Sounds like a good idea for a new poll.......
 

 

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