And Gerald Inman told us that he also has been spreading the gospel of Gary Waters around to Rutgers' prospects too. "It's going to be a great class," Inman said. "Anthony and Jaron are great players. It's going to be exciting there. I have spoken to Andrew Bynum too."
Bynum is the big man from St. Joe's in New Jersey. Andrew has already set up visits to Georgia and North Carolina officially. UNC is scheduled for Midnight Madness while Georgia is slated for October 1st. Bynum has also mentioned interest in visiting Georgia Tech. Andrew could also take an unofficial visit to Connecticut this upcoming weekend.
For Ingram, to be part of a great class, is important. "I want to win," he said. "We have a good chance to win a lot of games."
Very little has been written recently about Gerald Inman on a national scale. Inman, who played a weekend ago with the Playaz basketball program at the Sonny Hill tournament. Inman is an athletic forward whose best days are ahead of him. The reason being is that Inman just has to continue to improve his skills to be a more complete player.
"I am working on my strength, my perimeter game," Inman said. "I think the summer worked out well. I am lifting weights daily now."
Inman, 6-foot-9 and 200 pounds, could probably add about 20 pounds to his frame without affecting his individual athletic skills. "I think I can help Rutgers out right away," Inman said. "I am working hard. I can defend the smaller guy too."
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