Yesterday on STL, we covered the new freshmen that expect to break on to the ACC men’s basketball scene in 2018 and provided some thoughts on how the Virginia Cavaliers win over Miami will impact their chances to go bowling.
Wide receiver Dontrelle Inman, who last played for Virginia in 2010, signed with the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday. Inman was a member of the Chicago Bears in 2017.
Nantz, in an interview with the Richmond Times-Dispatch, touched on UVA’s crushing loss to end 2018 and the potential for them to bounce back. Ever the optimist, Nantz, who actually called the UVA - UMBC game, said, “I think one of these years we might have a Virginia national championship.”
Check out recent UVA commit Carson McCorkle get up at the Youth Olympics Dunk Contest. We sure hope to see McCorkle, who placed fourth in the competition, doing some of this in John Paul Jones Arena in just a few years time.
⬆️ Liftoff @carson_m2433!— USA Basketball (@usabasketball) October 15, 2018
The 16-year-old @usab3x3 U.S. Youth Olympic Games team member from Greensboro, North Carolina, placed fourth today in the #YouthOlympics Dunk Contest pic.twitter.com/tNOjhZ9IWb
WR Olamide Zaccheaus, OG Chris Glaser, S Juan Thornhill, and CB Bryce Hall all made David Hale’s midseason All-ACC team that he posted on Monday. The four Virginia players listed was tied for second most of any team in the conference, just one behind Clemson’s five.
Another day, another offseason accolade for Kyle Guy, as the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced him to 2019’s Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year Award Watch List.