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Should Villanova opt for the one-and-done recruit, or continue to develop talent?

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That's one of those good problems to have.

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! A light set of links for you today since I'm on the road in Las Vegas (who wants some 'Nova futures?!) and working a conference. I will ask this question of you though.

Let's forget about scholarships. Let's forget about positional needs. Think only about the impact this player could have on the program - be it for one year or four years. Who's your top target? Because from the sounds of CoBL's article below Villanova is involved with a ton of elite players.

And now, the "news."

April Live Period 1 Standouts | City of Basketball Love
The CoBL staff liked what they saw this past weekend, especially from the Northeastern prospects.

Nike EYBL Notebook: Sunday, April 17 (Pt. 2) | City of Basketball love
Jordan Tucker is trying to shed his reputation as a shooter, while Deng Gak is trying to step out of the shadow of Mo Bamba.

Robertson rehabbed, seeks NFL opportunity | STATS
Former Villanova quarterback John Robertson is not expected to be selected in the NFL Draft next week. That may be beneficial for him. Going undrafted can allow a player to pick between multiple contracts offers and sign with the franchise that is the best fit opportunity-wise.

Looking back at the top 10 Big East games of the season | Big East Coast Bias
Here are the top 10 Big East games of the season

This Animal’s Pee Smells Like Buttered Popcorn | Science of Us
Now you'll understand why regular commenter Claude Savagely wants to schedule Cincinnati.