Status:
Uncommitted
JUNIOR COLLEGE
C

Carlton Linguard

Center
6′11″ / 195 lbs
Temple, TX
Temple College
Class of 2020
Rating: 92
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Colorado
Medium
Missouri
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
USC
Medium

Updates

1 day ago by David Sandhop
Hoops Recruiting Update - 3/27
I'm hoping to interview A&M target Carlton Linguard tomorrow to get some details, but I've heard through the grapevine that the Temple College freshman is focused on three schools...Colorado, Texas Tech, and Texas A&M.He has not taken any official visits, and would like to schedule trips to all three schools once the recruiting dead period (in effect because of the Coronavirus) is over. For now, that is April 15. However, if the dead period is extended significantly (and it looks that way for now), Linguard may go ahead and pick a school. He did visit A&M unofficially back in the fall. To my knowledge, I don't think he's visited either Tech or Colorado but I don't know that for a fact.If he can get to Boulder after the dead period, don't count out the Buffs. They were first to offer him and they've sold him on having a better offensive scheme to fit his skill set.Nothing new on Marfo since I updated you earlier this week.Hop
21 days ago by David Sandhop
Quick Hoops Recruiting Note
The season for 6-foot-11 Temple post Carlton Linguard ended earlier this week so he's starting to think about his recruiting. He will schedule his first three visits by the end of this weekend. I asked if Texas A&M was still in his top group of schools, and he said, "Yes sir!. 100%"He's not sure if he can make the home finale tomorrow, but he's looking into it.FYI, in his last game, he was the leading scorer with 19 points, 8 rebounds, 1 steal, and 2 blocked shots. For those that haven't followed his recruitment, he's a freshman who will have four years to play three. He's built like Rob Williams with a very long wingspan.Also, Logan reported earlier in the week that 2021 5-star guard Manny Obaseki from Allen will be at the game tomorrow on an unofficial.Hop
1 mo ago by David Sandhop
HIGHLIGHTS: JUCO post Carlton Linguard breaks down big night, recruiting process
2020 automatic qualifier Carlton Linguard?, an athletic 6-foot-11 post, led Temple College to a win Wednesday with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 7 blocks. The San Antonio native has emerged as a major target for the Aggies, and he and TC coach Kirby Johnson visited with TexAgs after the game.

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