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Coach's Take : Radford's Incoming Freshman

12, Sep 2022

Coach's Take : Radford's Incoming Freshman Premium Content

Radford University finished 11-18 overall last season including a 7-9 mark in the Big South and have a roster full of new players. Radford University assistant coach James Haring spoke with us at HoopSeen about their freshmen class and the difference in a year with their roster. The Highlanders bring in 10 new faces with grad-transfers, transfers and freshmen this season. Let's take a look from the coach's perspective about the new guys coming into Radford for their freshmen season. They bring in two high school prospects and one international prospect in their freshmen class. 

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Justin Byerly
State Editor

Justin Byerly has spent the past 15 years covering North Carolina prep and grassroots basketball. He has previously worked with The Recruit Scoop and In addition to that he has contributed to The USA Today, Charlotte Observer, The Asheville Citizen-Times and The Sun News. He has held The Justin Byerly Upstate/WNC Showcase the past two years and has helped student-athletes from North Carolina and South Carolina receive college scholarships. He owns The Byerly Report scouting service that has over 100 college subscriptions. Justin resides in Asheville, North Carolina with his wife Danielle and four children.