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McGlynn agrees to play for Catamounts PDF Print E-mail
UVM BBall Recruiting
Written by Burlington Free Press   
Friday, 16 July 2010
Four McGlynn, a 6-foot-1 guard from Dallastown Area High School in Pennsylvania, has given a verbal commitment to join the men’s basketball team at the University of Vermont starting in 2011.

He averaged 22.9 points per game as a junior last winter to lead the York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association in scoring. McGlynn has scored about 1,200 career points and is on pace to break the school’s scoring record of 1,616, according to his coach, Troy Smeltzer.

“I knew Vermont was on the radar,” Smeltzer said. “Of course as a coach you are proud. I knew it was his goal to reach D-I. He still has not reached his ability going into the senior year.”

Attempts to reach McGlynn were unsuccessful.

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When the calendar flipped 10 years ago PDF Print E-mail
UVM BBall Recruiting
Written by john   
Tuesday, 22 December 2009
UVM Hoops Propsect: Steve Rennnard PDF Print E-mail
UVM BBall Recruiting
Written by Preston Junger   
Friday, 17 April 2009

This is an article I found on  NorthStar Basketball Blog from a few months ago.  It gives a little more information about Steve Rennard, out of Metuchen, NJ (yes, the same town MB23 is from).  Vermont is also said to have come on the recruiting trail for this kid, who looks like maybe he could be a Mike Trimboli-style player. Discuss >>

I love to watch and coach playmakers, and Steve Rennard is one!!! Whether it be deflecting a pass leading to a steal and a fast break, or breaking someone down off the dribble, drawing two defenders and kicking to the open man I LOVE TO WATCH AND COACH PLAYMAKERS!! Steve is a sophomore point guard who can slide over to the shooting guard spot interchangeably. While at St. Joe's Metuchen he runs the one, getting everyone involved while putting up 15 points per game. In the summer he runs with Team NJABC and plays both the lead and shooting guard positions . . . and is effective in both. For example, in the quarterfinals of the Main Event last year in Las Vegas, he buried 4 three pointers in about 90 seconds against Houston Hoops. It was pretty spectacular. The week before that at Eastern Invitational he was selected as an all-star at the point guard position because he was driving and dishing while also burying the open jumper. Quite frankly, this kid is just a flat out great guard. Oh yeah . . . he is a lock down defender AND he has a 4.0 GPA. WOW!

I had the chance to catch up with Steve for a few minutes to find out, at mid-season, how things were going:

NB: What is your record right now at St. Joes?
SR: "We are 12-3, and we should be 14-1 . . . we really should only have one loss."

NB: What are the strengths of your high school team?
SR: "We play great defense holding opponents to 41 ppg, and we push the ball in a transition game. That is our main offensive focus."

NB: What areas does your high school team need to improve in?
SR: "Executing our offense . . . not just going through the motions. We get lazy sometimes and need to be sharper with our screens and cuts."

NB: What colleges have you heard from thus far?
SR: "St. Joes, Bucknell, Florida, Rutgers, American, William & Mary, Brown, and Penn."

NB: What level of division one do you see yourself playing someday?
SR: "I want to go as high as I can in D1. I must continue to work hard, getting bigger and stronger, and I must get better with my handle and my speed to be a high major D1 player and I am committed to getting that done - definitely!"

NB: What are plans for the summer?
SR: "A lot of big tournies with Team NJABC, attending individual and team camps such as Eastern with the Hoop Group, and a lot of time in the gym just getting better."


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