Getting up to speed on RUDNOY:

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Getting up to speed on RUDNOY:

Post by anewfan » Mon Apr 14, 2003 2:14 pm

From Chicago here is some of the latest:

2002 Assessment by Chicago Hoops
Mike Rudoy 6-7 Small Forward Chicago Latin
Getting some low and mid-major Division I interest. Could walk-on with a high major.


2003Spring Assessment:
25. Mike Rudoy 6-7 Small Forward Chicago Latin School
Very nice player. Good size. Drawing added interest with a solid senior season.

HERe is some more current SPRING information

In boys basketball, three players were named to all-conference first team: seniors Yosef Johnson and Michael Rudoy and junior Marquis Walton. Junior Kenneth George was named to the second team, and classmate Robin Bester received Honorable Mention.

Rudoy was named the conference player of the year, and Coach Dave VanderMeulen was named coach of the year.

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Post by DEM » Mon Apr 14, 2003 2:35 pm

Apparently Mike Rudoy's father is an NBA agent. If he ever received an allowance as a kid he's going to have some eligibility issues :)

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Post by DEM » Mon Apr 14, 2003 2:58 pm

This is quite dated, but it's pretty interesting...has him as a PF instead of a wing...


http://www.bobgibbons.net/secure/NewsPu ... 55961.html


Mike Rudoy - 6'7 BF Illinois Warriors(16's). Rudoy had been relatively quiet but effective until the finals of the 16 U division where he exploded. He scored off a variety of advanced post moves and even showed the ability to hit the three. With his variety of low post moves he was reminiscent of a young Nick Collison. He is not quite on Nick's level yet but could develop into anywhere from a mid to high major prospect.

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Post by Rudy » Mon Apr 14, 2003 3:22 pm

Any comparsion to a young Nick Collison is a good thing. Regardless of the kid, it may just be worth signing him to have a have a pro scout named Herb lingering on the sidelines. He'd be a fountain of info, gossip and rumors. And he may just keep all the Mike Lasme's of the world interested. How do you keep delusional NBA wannabes around your program, sign a kid who has a father who is a NBA agent. Genious, pure genious.

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Post by DEM » Tue Apr 15, 2003 1:07 pm

This is from a few days ago...

http://www.suntimes.com/output/prep/cst ... uit11.html

"Latin's Mike Rudoy has visited Princeton and will visit Massachusetts. He also visited USC but the Trojans backed off. Also in the mix are SMU, Virginia, Boston University and George Washington."

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