Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

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Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by GUS » February 26th, 2020, 9:29 am

Is he still waiting to be recruited or is he a USU recruit now. Rollie Worster seems like the kind of player to be able to have that kind of career. Hope we don't have to wait another 12 years like we did between Jaycee and Sam.



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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by Roy McAvoy » February 26th, 2020, 9:32 am

I would be absolutely shocked if we see another 2,000 point scorer in the next 10-15 years. It's quite the rare feat.

I have to be honest-- I see <1% chance Worster does it.



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Post by stewusu98 » February 26th, 2020, 9:49 am

To get there you have to score in double digits as a freshman and average in the high teens the other three years if not in the low twenties at least one of the next three years. It is a difficult feat. Look at all the amazing players we have had who never accomplished it.



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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by Yossarian » February 26th, 2020, 10:20 am

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To get there you have to score in double digits as a freshman and average in the high teens the other three years if not in the low twenties at least one of the next three years. It is a difficult feat. Look at all the amazing players we have had who never accomplished it.
And you have to be lucky enough to play the majority of your career injury and illness free.

A guy would have to average 13.5 points per game for 37 games every year for 4 years.



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Post by Bank Shot » February 26th, 2020, 11:02 am

And yet not be so good as to get sniped by a P5 through the portal and not declare early for the draft.
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Post by FireAg » February 26th, 2020, 2:13 pm

Rollie worster. No doubt about it.
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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by YoungBloodAggie » February 27th, 2020, 10:36 am

Liam McChesney would appear to be the best candidate. He has been able to develop with a redshirt year (get physically ready), is regarded as a good shooter, has size, and will likely contribute for four years.

Perhaps I am underestimating Worster, but I would venture to guess that he won't contribute in a significant way until Marco Anthony is gone.


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Post by SpectrumMagic » February 27th, 2020, 10:52 am

Kobe Mcewen had been stayed would have been on track after his first two years to eclipse 2,000



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Post by AGGIEinIOWA » February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am

I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.



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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by aceofspadeskb » February 27th, 2020, 11:12 am

AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am
I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets INCREDIBLY more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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Post by frankiesaysrelax » February 27th, 2020, 11:13 am

YoungBloodAggie wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 10:36 am
Liam McChesney would appear to be the best candidate. He has been able to develop with a redshirt year (get physically ready), is regarded as a good shooter, has size, and will likely contribute for four years.

Perhaps I am underestimating Worster, but I would venture to guess that he won't contribute in a significant way until Marco Anthony is gone.
Worstercheshire sauce is a point guard and Marco Anthony is more of a 2 guard.



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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by 2004AG » February 27th, 2020, 11:19 am

AGGIEinIOWA wrote:I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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Post by pablohoney » February 27th, 2020, 1:04 pm

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Post by AggiesForever » February 27th, 2020, 8:25 pm

Mason Falslev, who signed with Utah and will end up playing at USU! :cool2:
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Post by AGGIEinIOWA » February 27th, 2020, 9:36 pm

aceofspadeskb wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:12 am
AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am
I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets INCREDIBLY more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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Hey thanks for the correction man, I should have included that! Much more accurate statement now.

Brock did shoot 47% from three during his very abbreviated freshman season though! He needs to find that touch again! That was before they moved the line back and switched to the Nike ball though. :lol:



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Post by slcagg » February 27th, 2020, 9:45 pm

YoungBloodAggie wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 10:36 am
Liam McChesney would appear to be the best candidate. He has been able to develop with a redshirt year (get physically ready), is regarded as a good shooter, has size, and will likely contribute for four years.

Perhaps I am underestimating Worster, but I would venture to guess that he won't contribute in a significant way until Marco Anthony is gone.
Problem for Liam next year is where does he play. Currently I can’t see him getting time ahead of bean or anderson. Maybe he can play a wing spot? I could see Rollie having more opportunity as a freshman.



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Post by slcagg » February 28th, 2020, 5:14 pm

AggiesForever wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 8:25 pm
Mason Falslev, who signed with Utah and will end up playing at USU! :cool2:
Like it.

Speaking of that How soon does the kid from mendon on the team currently realize we are currently a better program and his current coach is the least like able coach around? He’d be smart to transfer this year.



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Post by frankiesaysrelax » February 28th, 2020, 6:06 pm

slcagg wrote:
February 28th, 2020, 5:14 pm
AggiesForever wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 8:25 pm
Mason Falslev, who signed with Utah and will end up playing at USU! :cool2:
Like it.

Speaking of that How soon does the kid from mendon on the team currently realize we are currently a better program and his current coach is the least like able coach around? He’d be smart to transfer this year.
Seriously, Larry K has to be the most miserable coach in the NCAAs. Every time I see him speaking it sounds like he just came from a funeral.



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Post by Yossarian » February 28th, 2020, 6:10 pm

Whoever it is, he will have at least two of the following three traits:

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Post by slcagg » February 28th, 2020, 8:25 pm

A little Liam mcchesney hype. Yes I know competition isn’t good but look at that shot and that hop.





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Post by AGGIEinIOWA » March 4th, 2020, 9:52 pm

In this week’s coaches show Smith did mention Liam as one of the most improved players on the team since last summer, in addition to Dorius and I think Bairstow. Bodes well for the future.

Speaking of future, how good is Marco Anthony? Of course he won’t score 2000 in two years , but is he capable of filling at least part of the scoring hole when Sam leaves? Anyone with practice access seen him play recently or heard from other players?



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Post by aggies22 » March 5th, 2020, 6:47 am

AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
March 4th, 2020, 9:52 pm
In this week’s coaches show Smith did mention Liam as one of the most improved players on the team since last summer, in addition to Dorius and I think Bairstow. Bodes well for the future.

Speaking of future, how good is Marco Anthony? Of course he won’t score 2000 in two years , but is he capable of filling at least part of the scoring hole when Sam leaves? Anyone with practice access seen him play recently or heard from other players?
Although I don't think Marco will be a huge threat from the 3-point line, he will be able to pick up SOME of the scoring slack but others will need to improve and step up as well.



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Post by Aggiesbleedblue » March 5th, 2020, 7:56 am

I thought Anthony only had one year of eligibility left after sitting out this year. Am I wrong?



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Post by slcagg » March 5th, 2020, 7:57 am

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I thought Anthony only had one year of eligibility left after sitting out this year. Am I wrong?
He has two
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Post by frankiesaysrelax » March 5th, 2020, 8:42 am

From what Smith has said about Anthony I don’t think there will be a big drop off from Sam leaving. It sounds like the kid is a pretty natural scorer but Anthony was on the coaches show with Smith or maybe one if the assistants and they said he gets guys pretty frustrated at practice when he plays defense. I saw a video of him also training and he looks like he will be alright from 3 line. Probably not as good as Sam from there but it think he will get to the rim easier and not fall down every time either.
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Post by aggies22 » March 5th, 2020, 9:44 am

slcagg wrote:
March 5th, 2020, 7:57 am
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I thought Anthony only had one year of eligibility left after sitting out this year. Am I wrong?
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Post by BigSkyAG » March 5th, 2020, 2:47 pm

No love for Steven Ashworth in this thread? Is he a 1000 point scorer? Nothing wrong with that. One of my favorite shooters in Aggie history was Jeff Anderson from Honeyville.



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Post by Intermeddler » March 5th, 2020, 3:24 pm

aceofspadeskb wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:12 am
AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am
I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets INCREDIBLY more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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At his current rate how many 3s per game would he need to shoot? Got to be around 20 or so right?
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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by AGGIEinIOWA » March 5th, 2020, 6:08 pm

Intermeddler wrote:
aceofspadeskb wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:12 am
AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am
I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets INCREDIBLY more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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At his current rate how many 3s per game would he need to shoot? Got to be around 20 or so right?
Well if he averages closer to 40%, which he showed he was capable of in past seasons, then he’d need to attempt 10-12 a game plus make a few of his running floaters. That won’t happen but I was just making a point that after Merrill he is the next closest to the feat other than Queata, who may leave early.

Personally I would like to see Miller come off the bench and play 15-20 minutes, and be a threat when he’s in there. I think he’ll be a more consistent shooter in that role as a 6th or 7th man.



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Post by TheBigSilk » March 5th, 2020, 6:43 pm

Does Jaycee have a kid?



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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by ThunderAggie » March 10th, 2020, 5:26 pm

Sam Merrill Jr. That should be in ummmm.....about 25 years.



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Post by mcaggie1 » March 10th, 2020, 6:25 pm

Intermeddler wrote:
March 5th, 2020, 3:24 pm
aceofspadeskb wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:12 am
AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am
I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets INCREDIBLY more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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At his current rate how many 3s per game would he need to shoot? Got to be around 20 or so right?
I hope you guys are having fun. Miller will not be a 2000 pt scorer.



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Re: Who will be the next 2000 point scorer?

Post by Intermeddler » March 10th, 2020, 7:44 pm

mcaggie1 wrote:
March 10th, 2020, 6:25 pm
Intermeddler wrote:
March 5th, 2020, 3:24 pm
aceofspadeskb wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:12 am
AGGIEinIOWA wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 11:05 am
I may be executed for saying this, but Brock Miller probably has the best chance of the existing players by my estimation. Either him or Bean. Miller has averaged high single digits in this first 2 seasons. If he averages around 19+ points a game for the next two seasons he would reach 2000. If he gets INCREDIBLY more consistent on his 3 pt shot, if Queta comes back, and if Anthony is a threat to penetrate, Miller should get a lot of open looks next season again. I can't see him scoring 19 a game but maybe 12-13 range. He could still end up with some nice career scoring numbers (over 1500 pts). Bean would need to average over 20.5, but maybe that is more likely that Miller averaging 19, especially if Bean keeps improving his outside shot..

Queta could also potentially do it if he stayed through his senior season and averaged 18+ points a game. However, if he averages over 18 next year I can't imagine him coming back for his senior campaign. Bairstow's freshman numbers are too low to have a realistic chance. If Liam were to average close to double digits next season then I'd say he may be the next player with a realistic chance. After all he is our highest rated recruit in a long time, even higher than Koby was. Speaking of Koby, he would be knocking on the door if he would have stayed.
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At his current rate how many 3s per game would he need to shoot? Got to be around 20 or so right?
I hope you guys are having fun. Miller will not be a 2000 pt scorer.
Yes. I know. My question was to show how unrealistic the notion is.



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