Young Ohio State basketball fans may take the program’s recent success for granted, but the Buckeyes went through some lean years before Thad Matta took over the helms. The primary way Matta has established such consistent success is by landing the pieces necessary on the recruiting trail.
His 2013 class isn’t high on quantity (there are only two members), but there is certainly some quality joining the fold in Columbus. Ohio-native and Mr. Basketball Marc Loving will attempt to fill the stretch-forward role vacated by Deshaun Thomas, and shooting guard Kameron Williams will join Aaron Craft and Shannon Scott in what should be an athletic backcourt.
So what will their respective stats look like in their freshman season?
Marc Loving: 7.5 PPG, 4.5 RPG, 1.0 APG, 0.9 BPG, 22.0 MPG
The second that Thomas declared his intentions to enter the NBA draft was the second that Loving clinched significantly more playing time in the 2013-14 season. The 6’8”, 200-pound…
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