You have to remember that not every kid out of high school is going to come fully formed athletically like (just to take an example from all these 30 for 30’s I’ve been watching) Maurice Clarett. They are clay that needs to be formed and taught how to play a D-I game.
Barket was a hard-nosed Schuykill Haven kid who loved to ball and had a motor that never stopped. Great Lehigh kid who would have probably gone to a bigger program had he been taller and a tiny but bigger. But injuries caught up to him by junior and senior years. It happens. I’m just glad he came here, had a great time playing, and got his degree. The press loved him.
I’d be very happy getting another Barket.
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