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Tag Archives: Diamond Stone

Summer School Chat: Kicking things off

We, here, at Paint Touches don’t really have the time to record a podcast, so instead we’ve got a bit of a Simmons/Ford-esque back-and-forth for you here. We hope to do this a few times over the course of the offseason (we’ve also got some features were’e excited about to unroll closer to the stat […]

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Marquette 2015 recruiting update

We haven’t done any recruiting updates since Buzz Williams and the Marquette coaching staff left for Virginia Tech, in part because it was going to be a while until Steve Wojciechowski really hit the trail. He first needed to complete his coaching staff, which he has done the past month, adding Chris Carrawell, Brett Nelson and […]

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Confirmed recruits on hand for Marquette Madness

Marquette Madness is one of the biggest events for Marquette when it comes to recruiting as it brings some of the biggest high school names to witness a high-energy event. The 2013 version may be be the best in a while when it comes to star-power, with a confirmed guest list that is both impressive […]

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Just how close is Buzz Williams to landing a star center?

With the final live July recruiting period having just begun, the Marquette coaching staff is again out and about on the recruiting trail, offering scholarships to potential commits who could shape the future of Marquette basketball. Today we’ll look at how Buzz Williams is playing the recruiting game perfectly when it comes to big men. […]

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Marquette putting emphasis on recruiting big

The past two seasons Buzz Williams has been given the task of replacing All-Big East guards Darius Johnson-Odom and Vander Blue, and he accomplished that feat in his 2013 class. Five-star shooting guard Jajuan Johnson and combo guard Duane Wilson–both incoming freshmen–will log significant minutes next season and beyond, and junior Todd Mayo has performed […]

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Duane Wilson preparing hard for Marquette

Duane Wilson had two options. The 6-foot-3 point guard could have coasted through his final spring before arriving at Marquette and played catch-up once offseason workouts and individuals begin. Or, he could have set up seven-day-a-week workouts, finding himself in the gym and weight room more often than not to begin his collegiate career on […]

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