Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Scott Wood Senior Season Highlights Part 1




Here is the other half of Scott's Senior Season Highlights that his Uncle Tim put out.

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17 Responses to "Scott Wood Senior Season Highlights Part 1"
  1. Wolf2003 said...
    June 9, 2009 at 9:19 AM

    All I can say is WOW! This kid shoots 3ft behind the line. He shouldn't have any problems transitioning into college range. I am very impressed with how aggressive he plays. I initially thought he would play soft, like a duke commit (Sorry Scott). Speaking of Duke, picture 2011 Scott Wood vs Seth Curry (Seth has to sit a year). Keep in mind we'll have Ryan Harrow on the squad. Sorry for getting ahead of myself but I can't help it. Good job Lowe and Co.

  2. Werewolf in Franklinton said...
    June 9, 2009 at 9:23 AM

    Scott's emergenge has really caused me to upgrade my expectations for this season

    Another site had an article about the Hoosier game and some interview excerpts, Scott talks about speaking with Coach Lowe about playing mostly at 3 and some 2, said he will be glad to get back to playing 3, also said he expects to play well enough to earn a starting spot in time for ACC play.

  3. morpheus647 said...
    June 9, 2009 at 9:37 AM

    Some of the threes that he puts up are from ridiculously far away. Is the high school 3 point line closer than the college line?

  4. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 10:03 AM

    "Is the high school 3 point line closer than the college line?"

    I was going to ask the same thing. I thought they were the same, but I might be wrong

  5. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 10:07 AM

    Just unbelieveable. Can't wait till season starts. A Tom Gugalatti ( can't spell) on adrendline. Lowe has the players in place. I just hope he can coach them as a team.

  6. Wolfpack Hoops said...
    June 9, 2009 at 11:23 AM

    I believe it was last year that the 3 point line was moved back about a foot for college basketball.

  7. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 11:25 AM

    The college 3pt line is now a foot farther back than the high school 3 pt line. I think they changed that a year or two ago.

  8. Werewolf in Franklinton said...
    June 9, 2009 at 11:49 AM

    WPH

    Don't think that extra foot will matter for Scott, some of his shots seemed to be from pretty well near half court.

  9. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 1:01 PM

    I still think his best comparison is Mike Dunleavy from Duke. Very similar games and can absolutely take a game over.

  10. Alum02 said...
    June 9, 2009 at 1:03 PM

    Have you guys heard from Ryan over in France?

  11. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 1:35 PM

    This kid might very well be our best player in the years to come. 6'6!?! and with that range?! Also, I've never seen a kid right out of HS who was able to knock down that runner off balance like he can. I'm watching this video and all I can think of is that game where Dunleavy torched us at the RBC. Hopefully Wood can get us some payback!!

  12. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 1:49 PM

    What he brings to the table is exactly what we need. Buckets, plain and simple. No way we have a 6 minute scoring drought with this kid on the floor.

    Tank04

  13. wolfpack4eva said...
    June 9, 2009 at 2:36 PM

    Every player Lowe has recruited can score. Every single one of them. This cat just happens to be one of the top two or three of those guys.

  14. Pack Leader said...
    June 9, 2009 at 2:45 PM

    With Sid telling Scott he needs to be ready to play the SF position, this opens him up on the wing which is his comfort zone. Although having to play PG alot his senior year will help him immensly, being able to come off picks at the wing spot his is bread and butter. Not to mention the Scott being able to make teams play when Lo Brown drives and kicks back out for 3 or if a team decides to play zone and pack it in on T. Smith and Co (something that was missing very often last year). His def will well known but that was guarding mostly guards last season, his work in the weight room this summer will be most important. If he can add 10+ lbs, at 6'6"-6'7" he will be a force next year with his range, ballhandling and def intensity.

    Big refreshing plus for Wolfpack fans, this kid WILL NOT quit on a play

  15. Anonymous said...
    June 9, 2009 at 3:48 PM

    "Every player Lowe has recruited can score. Every single one of them."

    You are absolutely right. Every player we have CAN score. But there is a big difference in having the ability to score and being a scorer. CJ Williams CAN score, but he's not a scorer. If we haven't scored for 3 minutes straight you can't call up a play for Farnold and say "Go get us a bucket". These guys are on the team to do a lot of other things...Scott got his offer because he can flat out put the ball in the hole. That's what he's here to do.

    Tank04

  16. Rufftown Wolf said...
    June 9, 2009 at 4:53 PM

    I can't help but think about all the great lineups Sid is going to be able to go with.

    PG-Javi or Mays or Degand
    SG Brown or CJ
    SF Wood or Howell
    PF Horner or Painter
    C Smith or Painter or JV

    This could be a special group.

  17. redfred said...
    June 9, 2009 at 5:30 PM

    That kid reminds me, of ME!!!

    Of course I'm not 6'6", and I couldn't ever play like that, but man oh man, you can tell that kid absolutely LOVES PLAYIN' THE GAME!!!

    I got called away during the middle of the clip, but I saw enough. Some of those shots, the off balance ones, the stretched totally out, the ones where you're thinking, why in the world are you shooting that shoot from there???

    AND then THEY GO DOWN!!! THAT is really going to PO some opposing players, coaches, and fans. And, we're going to be loving every minute of it.

    That stuff only comes from MANY, MANY hours spent playing the game and developing a touch that can come only from spending MANY, MANY hours spent playing the game...and developing a touch!!!

    Complete player!

    WOW, just wow!

 

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