A brand new bullet to add to the "reasons why the internets is awesome" list: full game video of every Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight, and Final Four game from 2000 - present. Watch Morris Peterson alley-oop Iowa State, Mateen do his dance, Jason Richardson do generally awesome things, Paul Davis slice up Maryland, Maurice Ager posterize J.J. Redick, Alan Anderson overcome Patrick Sparks's dubious three-pointer, Kalin Lucas school Sherron Collins, Durrell Summers posterize Stanley Robinson . . . and more. An absolutely epic way to waste 15 or so hours.
HT: Big Ten Geeks.
This is the second straight year a future Spartan has been invited to the prestigious quarterback camp. (Andrew Maxwell attended last year.) ESPN/Scouts, Inc. analyst Tom Luginbill says of Boisture:
"Boisture is one of the few pure pocket passers left these days in an era of spread offenses and dual-threat guys. He has a cannon and can throw it to anywhere on the field."
Also interesting is that the other two members of the Michigan "big three" were invited: Devin Gardner (Inkster H.S./Michigan commit) and Robert Bolden (OLSM/Penn State). However, Boisture's selection was the only one of the three which Luginbill considered a "no-brainer."
Click here for our original post on Boisture's commitment. Congratulations to Joe.
HT: Spartyon19962001 mgoblog diary.