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Texas Point Guard Has Long List

A 6-4 point guard from Texas is tiring of being asked about his college list. For the record, Willie Warren said, it's Oklahoma followed by Texas, Kansas, Louisville, Cincinnati, Marquette, Kentucky and Arizona. As if that means anything. He'll be attending Oak Hill Academy in the fall.

By Josh Barr  | July 24, 2007; 10:33 AM ET
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"Warren was asked how a program such as Kentucky, currently seventh in his ever-changing rankings, could move up.

'Just don't slack,' he said. 'Even though they see they're hanging off the bottom, that means just come harder. I know some schools at the top of my list are going to try to slack off because they think they got me, and they can easily be replaced by anybody else.'"

My God... what an arrogant SOB. And he says he wants criticism? Um, yeah right. The minute a HS or AAU coach gives him what he's asking for, he's going to tell them to shove it - thinking he already knows more and is Gods gift. Man, good luck Jeff Capel... lord knows he'll even need it if he chooses Oklahoma.

And does anyone else see the irony that Willie's a PG? PGs are supposed to be team players and get everyone involved! This dude is so self-absorbed and driven to "make it to the league," he's guarenteed to be a ball-hog and force shot after shot. Obviously I'm sure all highly-ranked recruits think this way and have the same "me-first" mentality, but at least they're able to keep it inside ... which proves Willie's not only arrogant, but a dumbass, as well. Great combination: brazen, pompous, and stupid. What a phenominal prospect! (Insert sarcasm here.)

Posted by: Adam | July 25, 2007 8:45 AM | Report abuse

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