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Trey Zeigler is transferring from Pitt and, according to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports, he will land at TCU.
Last season he only averaged about 15.5 minutes and 4.4 points a game.
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Hasn't gotten any better, played for his dad at CMU and then was immediately eligible. Was a Top 50 kid that had lots of potential.
Had a real hard time this past year, one of those kids that was great when he was 16 and quit working at his craft.
Thanks for the info. I noticed on his ESPN stats page it listed CMU. Was wonder what the deal was.
I don't think he bought in on the defensive end, and Jamie Dixon wasn't going to give playing time without that effort.
His dad had to play him no matter what at CMU, he didn't have to hold him accountable defensively, because he didn't have anyone better.
I don't think he will be any better off playing at TCU, but we shall see.
Interesting decision. Didn't Jamie Dixon play at TCU?
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Yes, and some people were actually clamoring for TCU to try to throw zillions at him to replace Christian.
(BTW, apologies for not including this in the day's Big 12 hoop notes. I blame internet search engines for letting me down.)
This post was edited by bierce 14 months ago
The amount of transfers in college basketball is staggering IMO.
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No doubt about it. The AAU circuit creates a lot of that to help get the ball rolling.
I don't doubt that many cases involve players that want the school and coach to bend to their will, but I wouldn't discount the idea there is even more entitlement on the side of the schools. Exactly how much loyalty should be shown to schools by unpaid players who get little PT, who see their coaches recruit over them, who see the coaches that recruited them go off to other places, and who even might wind up finding themselves in the situation (like is at Baylor right now) where there are more than 13 players who have signed an LOI, who recently committed, or who already have a scholarship and eligibility remaining?
Schools don't have to renew, so players should be able to go as they wish. Tit for f'n tat.
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