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Post by DoubleDipper on Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:31 pm

Here's the list of NCAA D-1 men's basketball players who will transfer schools this spring as compiled by CBS Sports.

(Anyone you'd like to see end up at UP after sitting a year? We could start our own fantasy league from this group!)

Not much new to report in the WCC byond Tim Douglas and the six at USF (1 each at Gonzaga and Pepperdine, 2 at Pacific and 1 transferring to USF from UCLA). There will probably be some updates to this in the coming days.
2012 TRANSFER LIST
Pete Aguilar, 6-2, G, Fr., Long Island
Peter Alexis, 6-11, C, Fr., Penn State - Philly University
Raymone Andrews, 6-2, G, Jr., Louisiana-Lafayette
Ryan Baker, 6-5, G, Jr., Hartford
John Balwigaire, 6-1, SG, Jr., Wright State
Kelsey Barlow, 6-5, SG, Jr., Purdue
Stian Berg, 6-2, G, Fr., Northern Illinois (walk-on)
Gil Biruta, 6-8, F, Soph., Rutgers
Perris Blackwell, 6-9, F, Jr., San Francisco
Carl Blair, 6-2, G, Jr., Oklahoma
Kinley Branch, 6-6, F, Soph., Arkansas State
Jamar Briscoe, 5-10, G, Jr., Charlotte
Denzel Brito, 6-1, G, Soph., Loyola-Chicago
Carlton Brundidge, 6-1, G, Fr., Michigan
Santoine Butler, 6-7, F, Soph., Gardner-Webb
Kyle Cain, 6-6, F, Arizona State
D'Von Campbell, 6-0, G, Fr., UTEP
James Carlton, 6-7, F, Soph., College of Charleston
Allan Chaney, 6-9, F, Jr., Virginia Tech
Tony Chennault, 6-2, PG, Soph., Wake Forest
Colton Christian, 6-6, F, Soph., Michigan
Bryce Clark, 6-7, F, Jr., Arkansas State
Dustin Clarke, 6-4, G, Fr., Hartford
Corey Copeland, 6-3, SG, Soph, Missouri State
Justin Coleman, 6-5, SG, Fr., Marshall
Chanse Creekmur, 6-5, SG, Soph., Arizona State
Bryant Crowder, 6-10, F, Jr., Hofstra - JACKSON STATE
Jason Cuffee, 6-4, SG, Fr., Wright State
Jason Dawson, 5-10, G, Jr., Gardner-Webb
Kyle Dennis, 6-1, G, Fr., Gardner-Webb (walk-on)
Carson Desrosiers, 7-0, PF, Soph., Wake Forest
Tyler Diehl, 6-0, SG, Soph., Presbyterian
Tim Douglas, 5-10, G, Soph., Portland
Alex Dragicevich, 6-7, SG, Soph., Notre Dame
Dominique Dunning, 6-2, G, Fr., New Mexico
Koang Duolony, 6-8, F, Jr., Indiana State (will graduate and have one left)
Harrison DuPont, 6-5, G, Soph., UC Davis
Adam Eakles, 6-8, F, Soph., Pacific
Ramon Eaton, 6-7, F, Fr., Pepperdine
Justin “Richie” Edwards, 6-7, F, Jr., Valparaiso
Travis Elliott, 6-8, PF, Soph., High Point
Dylan Ennis, 6-2, G, Fr., Rice
R.J. Evans, 6-3, G, Sr., Holy Cross - wants to go to grad school; can play ASAP
Anthony Fields, 6-0, G, Fr., Wake Forest
Jamel Fields, 6-1, G, Soph., Fairfield
Taylor Filipek, 6-6, F, Soph., Eastern Kentucky
Grant Florentinos, 6-10, F, Fr., Tulane
Cameron Forte, 6-6 F, Fr., Texas Tech
Tony Freeland, 6-7, F, Jr., DePaul
Darius Gardner, 5-9, G, Soph., Stephen F. Austin
David Gebru, 6-10, C, Soph., Western Illinois - likely go D-2 since redshirt due to injury
Matt Glover, 6-4, G, Soph., Penn State
TyQuane Goard, 6-7, F, Fr., Ohio
Kadeem Green, 6-8, F, RS Fr., Missouri - OHIO UNIVERSITY
Dan Guest, 6-2, G, Soph., George Washington
Daylon "Chuckie" Guy, 5-10, G, Soph., Arkansas Little Rock
Bryan Hammond, 6-1, G, RS Soph., Nicholls State
Hector Harold, 6-7, F, Soph., Pepperdine
KT Harrell, 6-4, G, Soph., Virginia - AUBURN
Martez Harris, 6-3, G, Fr., Tennessee Martin
Aaron Hawk-Harris, 6-4, SG, Jr., Northern Colorado - one year left
Danny Herrera, 6-4, F, Fr., Duquesne
Naji Hibbert, 6-5, SG, Jr., Texas A&M
Nate Hicks, 6-10, C, Soph., Georgia Tech
Devon Hodges, 6-7, PF, Fr., Bradley
Dante Holmes, 6-3, G, Fr., Florida Gulf Coast
Max Hooper, 6-6, SG, Fr., Harvard
Alex Jackson, 6-5, F, Soph., Quinnipiac
Garrett Jackson, 6-6, F, Soph., USC
Jeremiah Jackson, 6-5, F, Fr., Northern Illinois (walk-on)
Nick Jackson, 6-4, SG, Soph., Dartmouth
Demetrice Jacobs, 6-3, G, Jr., Northwestern State
Earl Jefferson, 6-5, F, Jr., UT Pan American
Allen Jiles, 6-4, SG-SF, Soph., Cal State Northridge
Avery Johnson, 6-2, G, Soph., San Francisco
Robert "Scooter" Johnson, 6-6, F, Soph., Kent State
Stefon Johnson, 6-6, F, Jr., Gardner-Webb
Deon Jones, 6-5, SF, Fr., Towson
Chim Kadima, 6-4, G, Soph., Loyola-Chicago
Mathis Keita, 6-5, SG-SF, Soph., Gonzaga
Keala King, G, Soph., Arizona State – Long Beach State
Willy Kouassi, 6-10, C, Fr., Auburn
Mike Kurtz, 7-0, PF, Soph., UC Davis
Brendan Lane, 6-9, PF, Jr., UCLA - one year left and can play ASAP
Ali Langford, 6-6, F, Jr., Niagara
Trey Lewis, 6-1, G, Fr., Penn State
Nuri Lindsey, 6-3, G, Jr., St. John's – RIDER
Elliott Lloyd, 6-2, G, Jr., Northern Colorado - one year left and can play ASAP
Trent Lockett, 6-4, SG, Jr., Arizona State
Matt Lopez, 7-0, C, RS Fr., La Salle – UTAH STATE
Nick Mabbutt, 6-10, C, Jr., South Dakota
Cody Mann, 6-0, G, Fr., Colorado State
Tyrone Marshall, 6-8, F, Fr., Wyoming
Xavier Martin, 5-10, PG, Soph., High Point
Rundell Mauge, 7-1, C, Jr., Pacific
Andre McBroom, 6-0, G, Fr., Central Michigan
Reco McCarter, 6-7, F, Fr., VCU
T.J. McConnell, 6-1, PG, Soph., Duquesne
Tommie McCune, 6-8, F, Fr., West Virginia
Ryan McKeaney, 6-9, F, Soph., Vermont
Kelvin McNeil, 6-7, F, JR, Delaware -- will graduate and play ASAP for senior
Mark Medley, 6-3, G, Rider
Joey Miller, 6-3, G, Fr., Eastern Illinois
Zach Miller, 5-8, PG, Fr., Northern Illinois
Ben Mills, 7-0, C, Soph., Colorado
Alexis Moore, 6-2, PG, Fr., USC
Bernard Morena, 6-8, F, Fr., Auburn
Jayme Moten, 5-11, PG, Fr., UT Pan American - MANKATO STATE
Khalil Murphy, 6-7, F, Fr., San Francisco
Jeff Neal, 6-7, PF, Sr., Florida A&M (will graduate and have one)
Dundrecous Nelson, 5-11, G, Soph., Mississippi - JACKSON STATE
Jabs Newby, 6-2, G, Soph., Eastern Kentucky
Robinson Oduch, 6-3, G, Soph., Long Island
Anthony Odunsi, 6-3, G, Fr., Utah
Charles Oliver, 6-2, G, Fr., Rider
Alex Oriakhi, 6-9, C, Jr., UConn
D'End Parker, 6-6, G, Fr., UCLA - SAN FRANCISCO
Tyshawn Patterson, 6-0, G, Jr., Stetson
Jordan Payton, 6-5, SG-SF, Jr., UMKC - 2 years left
Nate Perry, 6-2, G, Soph., Youngstown State
Chene Phillips, 6-2, G, Soph., Liberty
Ryan Pierson, 6-8, F/C, Soph., Northeastern
Mat Piotrowski, 7-1, C, Fr., Boston University
Alex Pritchett, 6-7, PF, RS Fr., Wright State
Aqeel Quinn, 6-4, G, Soph., Cal State Northridge
Justin Raffington, 6-9, C, Soph., San Francisco
Jordan Railey, 6-10, C, Soph., Iowa State
Kyle Randall, 6-0, PG, Jr., UNC Greensboro (will graduate and have one)
Jarelle Reischel, 6-6, F, Fr., Rice
Glen Rice Jr., 6-5, G, Jr., Georgia Tech
Chris Richardson, 6-0, G, Soph., Tennessee Martin
Troy Robinson, 6-6, SG-SF, Fr., Bryant
Alex Rossi, 6-6, SG, RS Fr., California
Lamont Samuell, 6-4, G, Soph., Fordham
Jordan Scott, 6-1, G, Soph., College of Charleston
Keith Sherrill, 6-7, F, Jr., Charlotte
Tavon Sledge, 5-9, PG, Fr., Iowa State
Barry Smith, 6-6, SF, Soph., Citadel
Demarious Smith, 6-3, F, RS Fr., Lipscomb
David Smith, 6-4, G, Soph., Drake
Deville Smith, 5-11, G, Fr., Mississippi State
Evan Smotrycz, 6-9, F, Soph., Michigan
Matt Stainbrook, 6-9, C, Soph., Western Michigan
Charles Standifer, 6-4, SF, Sop., San Francisco
Adam Sterrenberg, 6-3, G, Jr., Arkansas State
Donivine Stewart, 5-11, G, Fr., Bradley - SIU-EDWARDSVILLE
Malik Stith, 5-11, PF, Jr., St. John's
Jared Swopshire, 6-8, F, Jr., Louisville
Chris Talkington, 6-6, SG-SF, Soph., Nicholls State
Mike Talley, 5-11, G, Soph., Duquesne
Corbin Thomas, 6-6, F, Jr., Missouri State
J.J. Thomas, 6-5, F, Soph., Louisiana-Lafayette
Aaron Thompson, 6-9, C, Jr., Sam Houston
J.T. Thompson, 6-7, F, Sr., Virginia Tech (will try and get a sixth year)
Alex Tiffin, 6-9, PF, Soph., UC Davis
Nick Turner, 6-3, G, Soph., Kennesaw
Isiah Umipig, 6-1, G, Soph., Cal State Fullerton
Hrvoje Vucic, 7-1, C, Soph., Valparaiso
J.C. Ward, 6-6, PF, RS Jr., East Tennessee State
Curtis Washington, 6-10, F, Soph., USC
Wes Washpun, 6-0, G, Fr., Tennessee
Bernard Webb, 6-9, C, Jr., Cal State Fullerton
Judd Welfringer, 6-5, G, Fr., Drake
Marvin Williams, 6-8, F, Fr., Lipscomb
Michael Williams, 6-0, G, Jr., San Francisco
Pierson Williams, 6-3, G, Soph., Loyola (Md.)
Lukas Winegamer, 6-9, F, Soph., Radford
Mitch Woods, 6-3, G, Soph., Appalachian State
Renaldo Woolridge, 6-9, F, Sr., Tennessee – one year left, can play immediately
Ryan Woumn, 6-1, PG, RS Fr., East Tennessee State
Mike Yahnke, 6-6, PF, Fr., Texas Pan American - CONCORDIA
Trey Zeigler, 6-5, SG, Soph., Central Michigan
Malte Ziegenhagen, 6-4, G, Fr., Tulane
Cale Zuiker, 6-8, PF, Fr., Youngstown State

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Post by up7587 on Wed Mar 28, 2012 3:40 pm

DoubleDipper wrote:Anyone you'd like to see end up at UP after sitting a year?
Well, this guy is from the "family", and has good academics.
R.J. Evans, 6-3, G, Sr., Holy Cross - wants to go to grad school; can play ASAP

He played 29 minutes per game, with 11.5 ppg, 2.8 APG and 2.0 TPG. He must be a point guard, because his shooting stats are awful; .125 3P% and .591 FT%.

An upper class PG combined with a freshman PG might be useful, and a senior with one year to play opens up another spot for a recruit the next year.

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Post by upsailor on Wed Mar 28, 2012 6:10 pm

The name, Alex Tiffen rings a bell, but I'm not sure about his skills. Seems to me they mite be worth a look for someone ?

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Post by Geezaldinho on Wed Mar 28, 2012 6:23 pm

Wait.

Half of USF's team is gone?( not even including 3 Seniors)

What the heck happened there?

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Post by DaTruRochin on Wed Mar 28, 2012 6:35 pm

PurpleGeezer wrote:Wait.

Half of USF's team is gone?( not even including 3 Seniors)

What the heck happened there?

Yep....

http://www.pilotnation.net/t4534-douglas#45941

9 players in one year seems pretty crazy for ONE offseasn....

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Post by up7587 on Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:23 pm

PurpleGeezer wrote:Wait.

Half of USF's team is gone?( not even including 3 Seniors)

What the heck happened there?
Rex Walter forgot to give them valentines.


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Post by Rob's Jacket on Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:35 pm

up7587 wrote:
DoubleDipper wrote:Anyone you'd like to see end up at UP after sitting a year?
Well, this guy is from the "family", and has good academics.
R.J. Evans, 6-3, G, Sr., Holy Cross - wants to go to grad school; can play ASAP

He played 29 minutes per game, with 11.5 ppg, 2.8 APG and 2.0 TPG. He must be a point guard, because his shooting stats are awful; .125 3P% and .591 FT%.

An upper class PG combined with a freshman PG might be useful, and a senior with one year to play opens up another spot for a recruit the next year.

Evans isn't a point guard. My best friend from high school went to Holy Cross - which (weirdly) is actually a Jesuit school - so I watched quite a few Crusaders' games the last couple of years. Evans is a solid player who has good vision and can get to the rim at will, but his best attribute is his defense. Phenomenal man defender who fits well into a zone, which is what they primarily play at HC.

He's been an efficient scorer in the past, but he was coming off a medical redshirt this year and I don't think he was quite up to speed until midway through the season. If I had to pick a Pilot who most reminded me of Evans, I'd say Donald Wilson.

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Post by up7587 on Wed Mar 28, 2012 9:25 pm

Rob's Jacket wrote: Holy Cross - which (weirdly) is actually a Jesuit school
Oops, I thought about double checking that, but just ran with the assumption. Embarassed That was really the only thing that brought the young man to my attention. I'll let Coach Rev and crew do the actual player finding.

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Post by onetouchfutbol on Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:25 pm

It would be nice to pull of a similar list of junior college players. I wouldn´t be surprised to see Rev go that route...

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Post by upsailor on Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:24 pm

Do Div. 1 transfers have to wait until the upcoming signing period to sign a LOI.I think the date will be Apr. 15th.

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Post by upsailor on Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:48 pm

Railey/Bailey mayget the atteentio of PSU as they feast on transfers, etc. and of course like the fiesty ones.

The one that I would sure like to see wearingpurple is Garrett . Any one have any scoop on him

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Post by Geezaldinho on Fri Mar 30, 2012 4:28 pm

upsailor wrote:Do Div. 1 transfers have to wait until the upcoming signing period to sign a LOI.I think the date will be Apr. 15th.

No, players who transfer from one institution that participates in the LOI program to another that also participates does not sign a new LOI. You only sign once in your 4 year college career.

http://www.hsbaseballweb.com/loi_freq_questions.htm
( scroll down)

Transfers from Jr. College or transfers that have gone 4-2-4 can sign now.
And this period ends May 16 this year.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Fri Mar 30, 2012 11:33 pm

onetouchfutbol wrote:It would be nice to pull of a similar list of junior college players. I wouldn´t be surprised to see Rev go that route...
The only list you will see is an after-the-fact list of those who have already transferred. If you were to make a list of all who would like to transfer to a D-1 or D-2 school, I imagine it would be everyone.

The transfer list will begin developing in about two weeks as NLI's are being signed and scholarships are committed. It is my recollection that NLI day is April 11.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Fri Mar 30, 2012 11:52 pm

PurpleGeezer wrote:Transfers from Jr. College or transfers that have gone 4-2-4 can sign now.
And this period ends May 16 this year.
I am not in agreement. Junior College transfers must wait until the LOI signing period (this year April 11- May 16), and like their high school conterparts, will have to wait until the signing period to sign an LOI.

From Monster Preps:
Signing a National Letter of Intent only applies to athletes who are about to become full-time students at a four-year university for the first time. However, signing a NLI is also applicable for transfers graduating from junior college on their way to join four-year universities.

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Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Mar 31, 2012 12:46 am

DoubleDipper wrote:
PurpleGeezer wrote:Transfers from Jr. College or transfers that have gone 4-2-4 can sign now.
And this period ends May 16 this year.
I am not in agreement. Junior College transfers must wait until the LOI signing period (this year April 11- May 16), and like their high school conterparts, will have to wait until the signing period to sign an LOI.

From Monster Preps:
Signing a National Letter of Intent only applies to athletes who are about to become full-time students at a four-year university for the first time. However, signing a NLI is also applicable for transfers graduating from junior college on their way to join four-year universities.

Yeah, you are right. For some reason I thought the signing period started the first.

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Post by upsailor on Sat Mar 31, 2012 1:43 pm

the second day in a row that comcast has cut me out of my post.\
thanks for ur loi post geezer. learned a lot but probably forgotton a lot
with o many foreign players coming here, who msorts out the different countries and theiir secondary schools as to is going to be elgible and who not. the univ. the ncaa or who?

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Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Mar 31, 2012 2:01 pm

upsailor wrote:the second day in a row that comcast has cut me out of my post.\
thanks for ur loi post geezer. learned a lot but probably forgotton a lot
with o many foreign players coming here, who msorts out the different countries and theiir secondary schools as to is going to be elgible and who not. the univ. the ncaa or who?

As with any student, the NCAA ultimately decides who is eligible.

There are almost as many educational models as there are countries in the world, so the NCAA has set guidelines for most countries in this publication.

http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/IS10.pdf

Of course, each case is on an individual basis.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:01 pm

Slow Day:

Speaking of transferring, there are a lot of coaches on the merry-go-round this year, I think I’ve counted 30, but apparently that’s down from previous years.

The opening at Colorado State is probably the biggest opening now. I’ve heard former GU coach, and current LBSU coach Don Monson is being courted by CSU, but he’s learned his lesson about thinking the grass may be greener elsewhere.

Looks like we’ll be seeing this year’s TCU coach at Ohio next year, as this year’s Ohio coach has moved on to Illinois after just four years.

Not a transfer, but I noticed that UW’s Terrance Ross is moving on to the NBA.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:23 pm

DoubleDipper wrote:Not a transfer, but I noticed that UW’s Terrance Ross is moving on to the NBA.
UW freshman point guard Tony Wroten is now on the transfer list, but to the NBA. Leading scorer Terrance Ross and second leading scorer Wroten will leave some holes in the UW lineup, but I bet Coach Romar can fill them.

Wondering if any other D-1 team that did NOT make it to the NCAA Tournament will have two players leave for the NBA.

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Post by DaTruRochin on Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:19 pm

Wroten was a pretty amazing HS player that was stymied by injury a lot... I doubt he would have gone to college if it weren't for the arbitrary NBA 1 year out of HS rule.

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Post by NoPoNeighbor on Tue Apr 03, 2012 6:13 pm

I don't think he's ready for the NBA. He is extremely erratic and often plays out of control. He needs a couple more years of maturity. Also, he is a terrible free throw shooter, though I know that doesn't sell tickets.

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Post by DaTruRochin on Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:22 pm

Ready for the NBA and getting drafted are 2 very separate things...

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Post by NoPoNeighbor on Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:26 pm

Very true, which is why Wroten is projected as a first round pick.

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Post by PurplePrideTrumpet on Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:11 pm

DaTruRochin wrote:Ready for the NBA and getting drafted are 2 very separate things...

Sebastian Telfair and Qyntel Woods agree.

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Post by oldtimer on Tue Apr 03, 2012 10:40 pm

Wroten will be a good NBA player, his game actually fits better at that level than in the college ranks. He has huge upside and already has the tools to make that transition. He is a 1-1 player and can pass very very well. His father was a very good football player at UW and I believe his mother was a great hoops player. And I believe his aunt was a world class sprinter? Anyway he should be a first rounder and will be an impact player. Weaknesses are his outside shooting and free throws!

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