Former USF PG Josh Heath is transferring to GT.
Is he a bad shooter? Is there enough evidence to say one way or the other? He only played part of one season so I'd say we don't truly know yet. Hey, I'm leaning more to the positive side this week.i thought heath was grad student. He's a freshman. His dad got fired by USF so he could get waiver to play immediately.
Apparently he is a bad shooter, but is a game manager and true PG according to my friend at USF.
I don't know if he's a good shooter or not but he averaged 20 mins/game (340 mins total.) In a game against Houston at the end of the season he played 35 minutes and only attempted 1 shot which he missed. He had 8 assists which is great but he seems reluctant to shoot the ball kind of like Heyward. I like him as a smallish slashing PG but he's gotta be able to hit a layup every once in a while. Honestly our whole team needs professional help on shooting...Is he a bad shooter? Is there enough evidence to say one way or the other? He only played part of one season so I'd say we don't truly know yet. Hey, I'm leaning more to the positive side this week.
I hope he gets the waiver although, if it's up to the NCAA, who knows what they'll do. I'm sure there's precedent on the books to severely punish blatant academic fraud but .... well, no need to get into the UNC stuff again.
I hear you. I don't think pointing out facts is necessarily being negative though. Sadly, at this point it's not even healthy to discuss it anymore.I am not trying to be negative at all, but Gregory has lost me with his recruiting efforts. Off the beaten path of the Cremins and Hewitt days imo.