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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

October 1, 2007 at 2:32 PM

A few notes

Know I haven’t been spending as much time here with football going on, but I’ll try to update what is going on with the basketball.
— Practice starts Oct. 12 and the Huskies will be going out of town somewhere for the weekend to begin practice in sort of a camp-like setting. Those practices aren’t open to the media or public — getting away and beginning practice in private is kind of the point of it all — so I won’t be able to report on those. The team is doing that in lieu of having a Midnight Madness-type deal this year.
— The team has an informal run most afternoons these days as well as some structured work with the coaches. Up to two hours a week with the coaches is allowed under NCAA rules. Most of the players have been participating though Tim Morris and Justin Holiday have been slowed with minor injuries and have been in-and-out of action. Both are expected to be ready for the start of practice.
— The early word on Venoy Overton is pretty positive. One observer of a practice said he really makes a difference with his athleticism and his competitiveness — he brings a fiery attitude ala Nate Robinson or Will Conroy that will be an interesting dimension to the season.
Elston Turner Jr., and Tyreese Breshers
were in town over the weekend for their official recruiting visits, each apparently strongly reaffirming their commitment to the Huskies.
— Speaking of recruiting, here’s a good overview of the Pac-10’s prospective Class of 2008. The Huskies’ class is rated fifth by noted recruiting analyst Bob Gibbons.

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