Granted, you can't believe everything you read on team message boards, but I feel confident reporting that Weber State has signed two more players, as reported by talhadsteals.
The players are Royce Williams of the New Mexico Military Institute, and Wayne Bradford of Sheridan Community College. Both players will be sophomores next season.
Williams is a very talented guy, but there were questions coming out of high school about his ability to play within a team system, as he tended to look for his own shot. Last year he averaged 11.7 PPG and 6.4 RPG, including shooting 34% from downtown. He is a very athletic player that adds another layer to this team.
Bradford is a 6'3'' guard that averaged 11.2 PPG last season, and showed the ability to score in a variety of ways. He was solid at getting to the line (and shot over 90%), and he shot over 40% from three-point land. He appears to be a bit of a combo guard.
The fact that Randy Rahe has gone for smaller guys in the spring signing period could mean that Weber State will transition to being a bit more of an up tempo team. Their two bigger guys in this recruiting class (Joel Bolomboy and Kyndahl Hill) are very athletic, and that trend continued with these signings. They could be a very fun team to watch next season.
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