'14 MA PF - Bonzie Colson Jr. (Notre Dame)

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'14 MA PF - Bonzie Colson Jr. (Notre Dame)

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Bonzie Colson Jr. - PF
From: New Bedford, MA
School: St. Andrew's
Travel/AAU: BABC

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Ht: 6'6"
Wt: 195 lbs

RANKINGS:
Rivals: 3 Stars, #146 in 2014
ESPN: 4 Stars, 81 Grade, #16 PF

OFFERS:
Rhode Island
Boston College
Fairfield
Florida State
George Washington
Iowa State
Notre Dame
Quinnipiac
Seton Hall
Siena
Vermont

INTEREST:
Drexel
Harvard
Lafayette
LaSalle
Marquette
Northeastern
Virginia
Virginia Tech
UConn
Wichita State


http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/basketball ... 1RsXLXO5B4
http://espn.go.com/college-sports/baske ... -colson-jr
http://www.verbalcommits.com/players/bonzie-colson

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I haven't seen Bonzie play yet. Should be able to tell a lot about what kind of a player he is going to be over the course of this coming prep season and the AAU season following it. Would be great on a couple of levels if he ends up being a high level recruit and URI can be involved.

Couple of write-ups on Colson:

St. Andrew's Bonzie Colson - part of URI's future?

BABC Sophomores Take AAU National Title
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I have seen him play several times as a Soph. It would be great to get him on board at rhody early. Definitely a guy worth getting to URI
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I haven't seen him in awhile but what I remember is an undersized power forward. Hopefully he either grows or develops his game away from the basket.
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Iggs, at 6'6" / 195, he would certainly be an undersized for a PF in college basketball today, but he is just about to start his junior year. Would not surprise me to see him both develop his game further from the basket AND hit another growth spurt.
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Unread postby Ramulous » 5 years ago

I don't think we should get too hung up on height...I may be in the minority but I believe there are intangibles which go a long way in college basketball.....Charles Barkley is around 6'5" and had those intangibles....

Georges Niang is small but I would have loved having him at our school instead of Iowa State.

Not to compare young Bonzie to those guys...but let's see how his next year and a half pans out before dismissing him or anointing him...
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Would be nice to get him just for the history. I think if we sign him we should pressure Jaren Sina to transfer in so we can start getting the band back together.
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Ramulous wrote:I don't think we should get too hung up on height...I may be in the minority but I believe there are intangibles which go a long way in college basketball.....Charles Barkley is around 6'5" and had those intangibles....


I think a lot of what made Barkley great (strength, vertical leap, defense) was very tangible.
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And, as he and Mark Aguirre would tell you, having a big butt to catch opponents, as they spin to the basket, helped.
Barkley wasn't tall, but he took up a lot of space.
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"Bonzie Colson overcame a rolled ankle early to finish with 16 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 assists."

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2014 St. Andrew's (RI) duo Bonzie Colson and Henry Bolton didn't have their best showing, but demonstrated upside, regardless. Colson, whose father played at Rhode Island, is an undersized power forward with offers from Vermont, Fairfield, George Washington, Rhode Island, Seton Hall and Boston. Bolton, a guard who shoots it well, has Boston and Rhode Island offers but continues to improve his game.

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Boston... College? University? UMass-Boston?
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i would think BU
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"Bonzie Colson added a team-best 13 rebounds and 20 points."

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"UConn also has shown some mild interest in Bonzie Colson, a 6-6, Class of 2014 power forward in the Jeff Adrien mold out of St. Andrew's School in Barrington, R.I. Colson has offers from Seton Hall, Rutgers and George Washington, among others. UConn has only shown slight interest to this point."

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I've seen him play a couple of times.
He's like a poor man's Charles Barkley.
He's a wide body with a 7 foot wing span.
Does everything well, especially passing.
High basketball IQ, as you'd expect from a coach's son.
Could be a successor to Biruta.
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IMO, his father was one of our best passers for a big man.
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"Colson Refining Game & Body

Following in the footsteps of his father - a standout player at Rhode Island and former Boston College assistant - Bonzie Colson Jr. is making strides in his development. The class of 2014 6-foot-7 power forward from St. Andrew's (RI) is becoming more versatile, despite his typical face up power forward role. Colson is losing weight, adding muscle in his upper body, and has improved on his ability to attack the rim off the dribble while in transition. As he could still grow a few more inches, he has similar features to Iowa State freshman Georges Niang, however he is more athletic, but hasn't established a prominent jump shot like Niang. Never the less, Colson's performance in the EYBL on the U17 scene could make or break his campaign to earn more high-major offers, and break into the Rivals150.

Currently holding offers from Quinnipiac, Boston, Rhode Island, Seton Hall, Vermont, Siena, Fairfield, George Washington and others, many schools are keeping their eye on Colson's development, growth and rapidly improving skill set. UConn, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Drexel, Wichita State, La Salle and Northeastern are among the schools tracking him. While no schools stand out in his mind just yet, he admits that George Washington's staff has been the best at keeping in constant contact.

With a load of upside on his plateau, Colson can control how highly recruited he will be. His wingspan is staggering, and if he grows a few more inches, schools will be all over him nationally."

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We should be on this guy. Hopefully his dad will help steer him our way. Maybe even Penders can get involved.
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I'm leery of an undersized power forwards. But 6-7, if true, is better than the 6-5 and 6-6 I've seen previously. I never buy into the "he might still be growing ..."
His recruitment is all over the place; one ACC, one Big East, two A-10 and then a lot of lower schools. Northeastern and Drexel haven't even offered.
I hope he continues to develop and becomes a star at URI, but time will tell.
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Seven foot wingspan and Charles Barkley butt, would translate well
into college.
Think Djuan Blair for the Spurs by way of Pitt.
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I wonder if the WRAM's are after his sister. She looks to be 13ish, and 5-10. Both kids were with their father at the pre=game in the lounge against UMass. I would guess junior is 6-5 to 6-6, and 180-190. No Charles Barkley. Definitely not a big body at this time.
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I've seen him on the court, have you?
Every basketball player looks thinner with street clothes on.
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His body looks a lot like Ulmer's when Lamont was a freshman. Nope hadn't seen him play except on videos. Rod, I am not in your league of expertise. Just a casual poster.
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Height is overated. When we were recruiting somebody (maybe the Bull? kid), the kid that ended up at Iowa State (Georges Niang i think) was under the radar, but scoring all the points for the team. Now he is a budding star for Hoiberg at Iowa State. We had a shot at him but he was an undersized power forward. I think we should give the Colson kid a shot.
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I agree he looks like the real deal. He has another year to develope his game and body. Could be a great catch for us.
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UCH21377 wrote:Height is overated. When we were recruiting somebody (maybe the Bull? kid), the kid that ended up at Iowa State (Georges Niang i think) was under the radar, but scoring all the points for the team. Now he is a budding star for Hoiberg at Iowa State. We had a shot at him but he was an undersized power forward. I think we should give the Colson kid a shot.

URI offered Niang. Never had a shot
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Niang was never under the radar. BABC was the National Champion and Miang was the 2nd best player on the team to Nerlens Noel. Niang was a big scorer with a wide variety of inside and effective moves to score points. He verbaled early.
URI never was in the running for him. Best shot URI had was for Niang's teammate who was a Junior, Rene Castro. Preston went to many of Castro's games but he opted for Butler.
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This staff back off on Castro as too small for a shooting guard, much as
they have for Jon Severe.
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Haven't seen Bonzie play, but if you start comparing undersized forwards to Barkley, that's silly. He was an athletic freak, wide body, super athletic with terrific speed for his size.
Remember Jerome Lane at Pitt? Supposed to be another Barkley. Um, no.
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rodfromcranston wrote:This staff back off on Castro as too small for a shooting guard, much as
they have for Jon Severe.


Those are two pretty good players to have backed off on. Guess they know what they are looking for.
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Bonzie Colson (BABC u17)- With his stock rapidly rising, Colson was a proverbial man among boys on Saturday evening, rebounding in and out of his area on both ends and scoring the ball at the rim with a carve-out gather step through contact.


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Bonzie Colson (BABC) – It's pretty weird to be listing Colson but for a two time defending AAU national champion he doesn't get the credit he deserves. Look for that to change this time for Colson is now the main focal point on his BABC squad who will be looked at to score the ball, rebound and be active on the defense.


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Jay Demings ‏@CoachJayDemings 27 Apr
Bonzie Colson of BABC is avg 17.2 points, 8 reb & 2.7 blocks per game in #NikeEYBL. The hybrid forward is shooting 56% from the field.
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I'd love to have Bonzie's son son on our team. He comes from "good stock". Bonzie was one of the best big men we've had. He wasn't an offensive threat, but he did so many little things a team needs to win. One of the passers for a big man, especially on the inbounds. Also, a classy kid.
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If he's 6-7 then Finkelstein must be 6-5
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Through 9 games so far in the EYBL Season BABC is 8-1.
Bonzie leads the team in minutes played at 27
62% FG
77% FT
7.6 RPG
18.3 PPG - Ranked 8th in Points per Game among all EYBL Teams so far
22 Blocked shots - the whole rest of the team has 12 blocks. Bonzie is ranked 5th among all EYBL Players to date
7.7 Field Goals per game - ranked #1 in this category

Next up in EYBL Play:
Dallas May 11-13
Minneapolis May 24-27
Peach Jam North Augusta, SC July 10-14 - Top 24 Qualifiers play for the EYBL Championship

Bonzie's recruiting is steadily increasing.
He will be in the spotlight in the EYBL Championship Games in July with most all schools Head Coaches in attendance.
URI needs to be all over Bonzie as we need him in Keaney Blue
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I have seen him play and nothing jumps out at me. He is taller and moderately good at a bunch of other things. I think at the least we should just take the best player at St. Andrews every year or every other year in hopes of developing a pipeline that can deliver a Rakim Sanders or MCW or what have you. Demetrius Nichols! he was amazing. like a 6-10 pure shooting guard.
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Nothing does jump out at you, watching him play.
He's a glue guy, who does a bit of everything, but nothing spectacular.
Plus he's a winner.
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I have not seen Bonzie play, so this statement probably means nothing, but aren't we shooting for a higher level recruit in the '14 class?
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I have seen him play as a Soph and then as Junior. Bonzie has improved significantly fromSoph to Junior year. To be the Top Rebounder and the Top Scorer on the BABC Team that is as usual 8-1 at this time and one of the leading AAU programs in the country says a lot just right there. Bonzie is improving with each year and this will be a break out year for him. URI needs to lock hiim up early. Top 10 in scoring in EYBL with a 62% FG percentage - playing against the best players in the country.
I'd take him in a heartbeat.
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Spectacular doesn't mean you're successful. Helping your team win, getting better, filling up the stat sheet with positives game-after-game, now that's spectacular! (AND -- JUST IMAGINE HOW MUCH MORE BC JR. WILL IMPROVE WITH COACHES WHO KNOW WHAT THEY'RE DOING!)
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Except for being a better scorer, he sounds a lot like his father- fundamentally sound. I'd like to get him.
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Haven't seen him play. People tell me he is a pretty good player, probably not a starter at URI. It would be nice to establish a relationship at St. Andrews. Baron never did.
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How much is this about his dad vs his son's actual potential to make a significant contribution to a Rhody team competing for a A10 championship?
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I see his father as a plus in recruiting him.
Having seen him a few times, I think he can be a significant contributor.
He's the leading scorer and rebounder on one of the best AAU teams
in the country.
How anyone can say he wouldn't eventually be a starter, is beyond me.
The kid has upped his game every year.
He's a smart player, with a high basketball IQ.
What's not to like?
When did we become Duke, that a kid like this isn't good enough
for our consideration?
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Bonzie Colson may be the most undervalued player on the entire circuit. The 6-foot-7, 230 pound brute from St. Andrew's, Mass., has been a force inside for BABC. He has refined post moves – think Al Jefferson – and is developing a face up game to his arsenal. Most of his opponents have been aware of his production in the post, so Colson has adapted by becoming a tremendous passer off the low blow. All other analysis aside, Colson's numbers (18.7 PPG, 7.3 RPG) speak for themselves. Not a bad start to his first nine games in the EYBL. Continued production against elite competition will definitely start turning heads.


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