Jordan (Woodcreek High/Prolific Prep) Brown may or may not transfer. A redshirt year to beef up his body and upgrade his skills set would be beneficial but does he really want to sit out a year after playing little this season?

“Nevada’s Jordan Brown, in transfer portal, looking for ‘trust’ at next school” Chris Murray

6-foot guard Jaelen Ragsdale, out of Weston Ranch High and Cal State Stanislaus, is headed to Dominican University.

Jaelen Ragsdale

CCSF Men’s Basketball: “Sophomore @Ausmccullough11 adds another offer to his growing list from @RiverHawkMBB. UMass Lowell…”

His offers to date per Verbal Commits.

Jeff Goodman: “Cal 7-foot-3 freshman big man Connor Vanover and sophomore wing Juhwan Harris-Dyson will both transfer, source told @Stadium.”

“Flock of Oregon Ducks declare for the NBA Draft” John Canzano

On Kenny Wooten: “…Said one NBA scout, quoting Red Auerbach: ‘If you can’t command a double team, you’re just another guy.'”

Brandon Cole: “Former player of mine Will Pallesi is currently at UCSD has just received his release and is looking for a new home. Please reach out if interested! Has 4 years to play!

The 6-foot-3 guard is out of Selma High.

Jasson Smith/Brewster Academy Hoops: “Coaches told me the following guys ‘were NOT D1 players’: Chauncey Gilliam (1119 career pts); Robert Champion (1097 career pts); Joe Sherburne (1563 career pts). All received ONE D1 offer in the spring. Listen up…Brewster Academy guard Ben Baker-McCann (28 ACT) is a D1 player!”

Hoop Dirt: “On campus interviews at Idaho State are underway in this Fogler led search. The names that I’ve heard surrounding this one are:

Gus Argenal – Assistant Coach Nevada
Jared Phay – Head Coach College of Southern Idaho
Saul Phillips – Former Head Coach Ohio & North Dakota State
A current DII Head Coach who won 30+ games this season

I have also heard that Northern Colorado associate head coach Steve Smiley could be involved, but can’t confirm that he has interviewed (the four coaches above have interviewed)…”

“Bynum Returns to MSU Denver as Assistant Coach” Metro State athletics

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