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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276214

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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276219

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Take one last run at Larrier. Wouldn't that be poetic. Take him over Sidney any day of the week.

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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276220

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Josh Cunningham 6'8' junior F Dayton listed as medium chance to transfer was a kid we recruited out of HS that signed with Bradley before transferring to Dayton and sitting out a redshirt season. Transferred to Dayton while Archie Miller was the coach and now they have Anthony Grant a former player there who was fired as head coach of Alabama 3 years ago. Grant nice man not a good coach. Previous 4 years under Miller UD averaged 25 wins per season and this year went 14-17. If kid was a chance to play in NCAA T next year our prospects appear to be much better than Dayton's.
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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276221

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Brellstorm wrote: Take one last run at Larrier. Wouldn't that be poetic. Take him over Sidney any day of the week.

Heard he already announced he was leaving to play pro ball.
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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276222

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I remember when we were looking at Cunningham. He is 6'7" 233 lbs. Haven't seen him play, but if he has a low post game, he is worth a look. Good rebounding numbers this year.

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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276226

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bamafan wrote: Josh Cunningham 6'8' junior F Dayton listed as medium chance to transfer was a kid we recruited out of HS that signed with Bradley before transferring to Dayton and sitting out a redshirt season. Transferred to Dayton while Archie Miller was the coach and now they have Anthony Grant a former player there who was fired as head coach of Alabama 3 years ago. Grant nice man not a good coach. Previous 4 years under Miller UD averaged 25 wins per season and this year went 14-17. If kid was a chance to play in NCAA T next year our prospects appear to be much better than Dayton's.


Agree.....he would be an excellent pick-up.

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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276227

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Most guys on this list are cited as ‘low’ probabilities. Very happy to see Wyatt Walker—who I believe is leaving Samford—is not listed here. Seems the prototypical ‘big’ we crave.
The Illini are aware of the guy.
Hopefully, Matt is on him.
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Possible Grad Transfers 6 months 1 week ago #276231

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Cunningham's fg % is eye popping
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