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Jeff Goodman has a good list going right now.
Already at 260 and counting, here is the most recent version of the 2013 transfer list. Bookmark this link -- as it'll continue to be updated.
Kory Alford - New Mexico to UCLA
Disciplina praesidium civitatis
A:Who is Josh Davis?
Q: "Players that should transfer to Texas for $1,000," Alex.
Josh Davis, Come on down!
Any high level guys still out there since Purvis already announced for UCONN?
Parker U'u, 6-5, G, Fr., Hartford
Probably not a player ... but think of the possibilities, "U'u for three!!!!!!!!" ;)
Where is Barnes?????
What about Amir Garrett from St. John's. Of course he did go to Findlay Prep. He hasn't done much, but he can compare bonuses with Rick Barnes.
"In Professional Baseball: A top 20 prospect in the Cincinnati Reds organization ... likely the only Top 100 college basketball recruit with a 96 m.p.h. heater ... an accomplished left-handed pitcher on the diamond ... drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 22nd Round on June 7, signed hours before the MLB deadline on Aug. 15, 2011, and rewarded for his promise of prowess with a handsome $1 million bonus ... signed a contract that allows him to play collegiate basketball with NCAA rules that concur ... Reds pay for his schooling, but he still counts toward the St. John's basketball program's limit of 13 scholarships ... began his professional baseball dream in the Reds' minor league system during the summer of 2012 ... made his debut in the rookie-level Arizona League as a member of the AZL Reds in Goodyear, Az. ... made seven appearances and five starts, with 13 strikeouts, 12 walks and holding opposing batters to a .255 average ... promoted to the Billings Mustangs of the Rookie Pioneer League in August of 2012 ... made two starts, striking out five in 6.0 innings and walking only one ... held opposing batters to a .211 average while working the mound for the Mustangs."
I had been tracking Davis's preferences in some of my Big 12 notes.
He was last reported to be looking at Pitt, Gonzaga, Temple, Maryland, and Arizona.
Yeah, there's a guy named Sheldon McClellan. He might be the best on the list.
Mike Moser can board (and take too many ill-advised 3s), but he's going to the Pacific Northwest. Hunter Mickelson could still be a player for someone.
Tarik Black has gone backwards and wound up playing less as a junior than he did as a freshman for Memphis. A year off with discipline and round the calendar physical training might result in a guy who could be a force in his senior year, but he'll really have to want it.
Edit: Black is reported to be likely to graduate and be immediately eligible, so he'll have to compress that training into a single summer.
This post was edited by bierce 12 months ago
If a player decides they want to transfer, what date do they have to announce by?
They don't really have one, but since they need a permission to contact letter from the AD to be able to obtain financial aid at another school, the sooner they announce and ask for the letter, the better for them. So long as the player hasn't yet accepted any financial aid for the coming school year (including the summer session that falls before the playing season), he can still transfer.
Thanks, bierce. I thought that was what had been discussed in a previous thread, but I did not find anything with a quick Google search.
Josh Davis is definitely the prize...
I like NC State's chances here - as of today.
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