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Prioreís conservative nature killed him in 2019 and itís going to kill him if he doesnít stop. Letting Fields sit while Carbone threw together a mediocre senior season was a horrible mistake. Fields had a good year as a first year starter but he should have had even more experience.
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SBU Football / Re: 2021 Commitments
« Last post by Hammertime on Today at 07:36:17 pm »
I've compiled a list of every class of '21 player SBU has offered (to the best of my knowledge). Enjoy.

James Yelbert - Indiana, Central Michigan

Jaidan Jackson

Eric OíNeill - Syracuse

Zach Hoerter

LaTrell Fordham - Akron, Cincinatti, Indiana

Malachi Wright

Jalen Stewart - Ball State

Louce Julien - UConn, Central Michigan, UMass, Buffalo, Kent State, Temple

Trace Campbell - New Mexio, Cincinnati, Old Dominion, Navy, Army, UMass, Maryland, Air Force

RJ Chapman @Biggdawg_j (í22?)

Jermaine Wiggins Jr. - Marshall

Clevmer Lubin - 9 offers - Kent State, UMass, Buffalo, Army

Isaiah Rogers - 3 Stars - 17 ofrers- Western Kentucky, Toldeo, UMass, Kent State, Central Michigan, Colorado, FIU, Bowling Green, Akron (SBU Not in top 5)

Owen Dasilva

Manny Ruiz

Jabari Parker- Navy, Air Force, Kent State

Jermaine Earl

Jailen Walker - Air Force, Old Dominion, East Carolina, Liberty, Temple, Army

Andrew Kerwin - Priority Walk On

Isaiah Sadler - Priority Walk On

Jack Szatkowski - Priority Walk On

Players who were offered and have committed somewhere:

Hunter Hayak - Committed (Spring)

Daron Bryden - Committed

Calvin Harrison - Committed

Anthony Williams - Committed

Ramal West - Committed

Zachary Hoerter - Committed

Ludvig Burell - Committed

Ali Lee Jr - Committed

Jaden Bradley - Pitt

Caleb Schmitz - Cincinatti

Erik Bockish - Villanova

Daniel Lopes - Villanova

Jalen McMurray - Temple

Aaron Turner - UConn

Joshua Tracey - UConn

Jaelin Moss - Syracuse

Malik Mathew - Syracuse

Khordae Syndor- Purdue

DaShawn Jones - Wake Forest

Donovan Ezeiruaku - Boston College

Luke Miller - Kent State

Billy Atkins - JMU

Josh Toner - JMU

Kye Holmes - JMU

Austin Tutas - Yale

Darius Wilson - W&M

Wayne Matthews - Old Dominion

Jason Henderson - Old Dominion

Kris Caine - Old Dominion

Christopher Adams - Old Dominion

Tyler Rafferty - Army

Trey Jamison - Navy

Christopher Boti - Liberty

Kylen Austin - Liberty

Miles Cross - Ohio

Jabari Echols - Maine

Antonio Corsi - Maine

Marques Buford - Nebraska

Michael Washington - Buffalo

Niquan Williams - UMass

Amir Renwick - Howard

Xavier Ricks - Howard

AJ Barber - Princeton

Mike Gecik - Albany

Kristen Mcadams - Albany

Matthew Cordero - Albany

Patrick Colicchio - Columbia

Nahjee Adams - Louisiana at Monroe

Steven Rose Jr. - Delaware

Bryce Myers - Penn

Tyrek Kelly - Sacred Heart

Adrian Hawkins - Monmouth

Sahil Bhullar - Going to School in Canada

Great work!!!

Bottom line, SB cant land high octane players on a consistent basis..
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SBU Football / Re: 2021 Commitments
« Last post by AirTurn on Today at 03:38:22 pm »
I've compiled a list of every class of '21 player SBU has offered (to the best of my knowledge). Enjoy.

James Yelbert - Indiana, Central Michigan

Jaidan Jackson

Eric OíNeill - Syracuse

Zach Hoerter

LaTrell Fordham - Akron, Cincinatti, Indiana

Malachi Wright

Jalen Stewart - Ball State

Louce Julien - UConn, Central Michigan, UMass, Buffalo, Kent State, Temple

Trace Campbell - New Mexio, Cincinnati, Old Dominion, Navy, Army, UMass, Maryland, Air Force

RJ Chapman @Biggdawg_j (í22?)

Jermaine Wiggins Jr. - Marshall

Clevmer Lubin - 9 offers - Kent State, UMass, Buffalo, Army

Isaiah Rogers - 3 Stars - 17 ofrers- Western Kentucky, Toldeo, UMass, Kent State, Central Michigan, Colorado, FIU, Bowling Green, Akron (SBU Not in top 5)

Owen Dasilva

Manny Ruiz

Jabari Parker- Navy, Air Force, Kent State

Jermaine Earl

Jailen Walker - Air Force, Old Dominion, East Carolina, Liberty, Temple, Army

Andrew Kerwin - Priority Walk On

Isaiah Sadler - Priority Walk On

Jack Szatkowski - Priority Walk On

Players who were offered and have committed somewhere:

Hunter Hayak - Committed (Spring)

Daron Bryden - Committed

Calvin Harrison - Committed

Anthony Williams - Committed

Ramal West - Committed

Zachary Hoerter - Committed

Ludvig Burell - Committed

Ali Lee Jr - Committed

Jaden Bradley - Pitt

Caleb Schmitz - Cincinatti

Erik Bockish - Villanova

Daniel Lopes - Villanova

Jalen McMurray - Temple

Aaron Turner - UConn

Joshua Tracey - UConn

Jaelin Moss - Syracuse

Malik Mathew - Syracuse

Khordae Syndor- Purdue

DaShawn Jones - Wake Forest

Donovan Ezeiruaku - Boston College

Luke Miller - Kent State

Billy Atkins - JMU

Josh Toner - JMU

Kye Holmes - JMU

Austin Tutas - Yale

Darius Wilson - W&M

Wayne Matthews - Old Dominion

Jason Henderson - Old Dominion

Kris Caine - Old Dominion

Christopher Adams - Old Dominion

Tyler Rafferty - Army

Trey Jamison - Navy

Christopher Boti - Liberty

Kylen Austin - Liberty

Miles Cross - Ohio

Jabari Echols - Maine

Antonio Corsi - Maine

Marques Buford - Nebraska

Michael Washington - Buffalo

Niquan Williams - UMass

Amir Renwick - Howard

Xavier Ricks - Howard

AJ Barber - Princeton

Mike Gecik - Albany

Kristen Mcadams - Albany

Matthew Cordero - Albany

Patrick Colicchio - Columbia

Nahjee Adams - Louisiana at Monroe

Steven Rose Jr. - Delaware

Bryce Myers - Penn

Tyrek Kelly - Sacred Heart

Adrian Hawkins - Monmouth

Sahil Bhullar - Going to School in Canada
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Because Stony Brook never gets food QB recruits, and when they have a chance to develop one for the future (Fields) they make him sit behind "Big Game Joe" Carbone. The Football team called him that. No why? Because Joe would fold under pressure and put up terrible performances. Fields could have played a lot more during his redshirt sophomore season, but didn't until the FCS Playoff game at SEMO, where Carbone flopped.

Ben DiNucci becomes JMU first QB to ever take snaps in an NFL regular-season game. Benn is supposed to start this Sunday. Why cant SB ever have a player drafted in the NFL???
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SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Looking ahead to 2020-21
« Last post by Checkmate on Today at 08:38:43 am »
That was a good listen.  Ford always gives a solid interview.  I like the jab he gave at last year's team (maybe at Foreman directly), when he said that we now have a pure shooter (Policelli) and not just some streaky shooter.  I'm sure that undercard SBU/Iona will get scrapped.  Maybe we should purchase fan cut-outs for last year's team, and put them in the last row of the bleachers :)
Thereís talk of Mohegan Sun hosting some 30 teams  from previously scheduled multi team events in NYC and other locations. I donít know if the SBU/Iona game is part of that, but could very well be.


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SBU Men's Basketball / Re: 2020-21 schedule
« Last post by Checkmate on Today at 08:35:42 am »
We officially arenít playing Florida anymore.


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SBU Men's Lacrosse / Re: 2023 Recruits- Class of 2026
« Last post by Chairman of the Board on October 22, 2020, 11:38:59 am »
Brandon Stuart '26
Mahwah, NJ / Don Bosco Prep
Midfield
6'1'' 190lbs
#35


commits: https://www.instagram.com/p/CGnx4rChHDm/


patriot elite
juniors open national, summer showdown, GFW all star
team MVP
94 total points
3.8gpa
football FB/DE


videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GbDhXP77FM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D9G40odn2E&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jo6zhEJAZS8&feature=emb_title









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SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Welcome to the Wild Wild West
« Last post by Hammertime on October 22, 2020, 06:53:35 am »
Clearly, this will have a "the-rich-get-richer, and the poor-get-poorer" effect.  SBU clearly a loser in this environment.   Even a move to A-10 will not stop the bleeding.  Think about it; every kid will try to get in the best program possible, and it will become a feeding ground for the best conferences.   Great for the college athlete, horrible for the mid-majors.  The ascension of mid-majors in college basketball will officially be done.

Agreed. Mid majors for Basketball will be punished and the same for the FCS football programs. This was a horrible decision by the NCAA. I think it is all part of this diversity movement that came about this year. People need to stop being so afraid of others and get their heads out of their ass. Our nation is falling apart and snowflakes are taking over. Terrible...
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SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Welcome to the Wild Wild West
« Last post by OldSeawolf on October 22, 2020, 06:33:19 am »
Clearly, this will have a "the-rich-get-richer, and the poor-get-poorer" effect.  SBU clearly a loser in this environment.   Even a move to A-10 will not stop the bleeding.  Think about it; every kid will try to get in the best program possible, and it will become a feeding ground for the best conferences.   Great for the college athlete, horrible for the mid-majors.  The ascension of mid-majors in college basketball will officially be done.
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SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Looking ahead to 2020-21
« Last post by OldSeawolf on October 22, 2020, 06:26:43 am »
That was a good listen.  Ford always gives a solid interview.  I like the jab he gave at last year's team (maybe at Foreman directly), when he said that we now have a pure shooter (Policelli) and not just some streaky shooter.  I'm sure that undercard SBU/Iona will get scrapped.  Maybe we should purchase fan cut-outs for last year's team, and put them in the last row of the bleachers :)
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