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Potential Grad Transfers 9 months 4 weeks ago #272480

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With the loss of Brooks, not a real surprise the following are some current juniors that average over 10 pts and 8 rbs. Grad transfer possibilities?

Devonte Cacock F UNCW
James Thompson C. E.Michigan
Jordan Murphy F Minnesota
Quattarius Wilson F McNeese St
Mike Daum f S. Dakota St.
Doral Moore c Wake Forest
Demajeo Wiggins f Bowling Green
Soufiyane Diakite f Bethune Cookman
Drew McDonald C N.Kentucky
Ajdin Penava F Marshal
Javan White C Oral Roberts

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9 months 4 weeks ago #272483

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Here are juniors currently scoring at over 20 pts per game
Chris Clemons g Campbell
Justin Wright Foreman G Hofstra
matt Morgan G Cornell
Fletcher Magee G Wofford
Jon Elmore G marhsall
Garrison Matthews G Lipscomb
Ryan Taylor G Evansville
CJ Burks G Marshall

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9 months 4 weeks ago #272485

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Recruiters known for landing transfers work on this stuff under radar all year long through discreet contacts with advisors, etc.

Rest assured Matt probably has a few in mind. Landing them v a lot of competition is another matter. I sense last year he thought he had a grad big, but kids sometimes go elsewhere or get cold feet. Tricky process.
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With the loss of Brooks, not a real surprise the following are some current juniors that average over 10 pts and 8 rbs. Grad transfer possibilities?

Devonte Cacock F UNCW
James Thompson C. E.Michigan
Jordan Murphy F Minnesota
Quattarius Wilson F McNeese St
Mike Daum f S. Dakota St.
Doral Moore c Wake Forest
Demajeo Wiggins f Bowling Green
Soufiyane Diakite f Bethune Cookman
Drew McDonald C N.Kentucky
Ajdin Penava F Marshal
Javan White C Oral Roberts


If Daum doesn't try his luck at the NBA, and goes the grad transfer route, then he's gonna attract some big-time interest.
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they don't fall into those averages....but Owens and Clarke are probably on people's list....

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9 months 4 weeks ago #272504

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Jordan Murphy would be good also. The is 6’6 240 and averaging 17 and 11

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Drew McDonald is 6’7 250 and went for 16 and 11 vs Texas A&M who has some big guys down low and is a power conference school. I think they were actually ranked in the top 10 when Northern Kentucky played them

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9 months 4 weeks ago #272507

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Really shocking how poorly Minnesota has played this year. Would this push Murphy to leave? Probably not but you never know...

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With the loss of Brooks, not a real surprise the following are some current juniors that average over 10 pts and 8 rbs. Grad transfer possibilities?

Devonte Cacock F UNCW
James Thompson C. E.Michigan
Jordan Murphy F Minnesota
Quattarius Wilson F McNeese St
Mike Daum f S. Dakota St.
Doral Moore c Wake Forest
Demajeo Wiggins f Bowling Green
Soufiyane Diakite f Bethune Cookman
Drew McDonald C N.Kentucky
Ajdin Penava F Marshal
Javan White C Oral Roberts


I'd go for the kid from Bethune Cookman. Then we'd have Diakite 1 and Diakite 2.:)

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