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tmoneylovesguns wrote: this cat reminds tmoney of the kid who was at arrowhead and went to colorado. Mills is this kids name if tmoney remembers correctly?tmoney see's heldt as a mi major kind of ki and so it is fitting he is going to PUKEQUETTE. no loss for the badgers with this news. didn't think he was ever going to get an offer anyway.
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CloudsOfDust wrote: Shaka to Marquette is a "done deal". Dodds is a dope.
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BigTenwatcher wrote: He did early today. I don't know how UW fans should feel about this one. 1) Wisconsin/Bo never offered 2) I don't know if there are several other prospects we are on before Heldt even if you eliminate Stone, Ellenson or Sharma.
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BabcockHouse wrote: Is Heldt more like Kaminsky or Evan Andersen? probably not as good as Luke Fischer....
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panama74 wrote: BabcockHouse wrote: Is Heldt more like Kaminsky or Evan Andersen? probably not as good as Luke Fischer....Playing style is much more like Kaminsky. Similar caliber recruit as well.
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panama74 wrote: You're free to disagree, but those first two points don't really hold any weight. The FVA is better than the Catholic league that Benet plays in, and both played everyone in AAU. Neenah had a college pg of their own so playing Heldt there would be silly, though they did use him to break the press and bring the ball up at state multiple times.He's not a Kaminsky clone, but there are a lot of similarities between the two at the same age. The question was whether he's more like Kaminsky or Anderson, and I think the answer is clear.
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redforeman62 wrote: panama74 wrote: BabcockHouse wrote: Is Heldt more like Kaminsky or Evan Andersen? probably not as good as Luke Fischer....Playing style is much more like Kaminsky. Similar caliber recruit as well.Not really. Kaminsky stepped in a played some pg at Benet Academy when Sobolusky was injured. Kaminsky played against better competition and was more skilled. I like Heldt because he is a hard worker and continues to improve. Don't see the comparison to Frank at all.
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“The thing about it is, as much tension as there is between Wisconsin and Marquette, we only play them once a year,” said the 29-year-old Butch, who has played professionally across the globe since graduating from UW.
“If he had gone to Michigan State or Michigan or Indiana; those guys we’re competing with for a Big Ten championship. As much as it means bragging rights in the state, in the end it’s about championships. So it doesn’t hurt nearly as bad with him going to Marquette.”
Heldt, a Neenah High School senior, committed to the Golden Eagles on Tuesday.
“I’m really happy for him and I think it will be a pretty good fit for him,” said Butch, a former McDonald’s all-American out of Appleton West. “And it’s something special to play in your home state.”
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