Pat Lawless: “Former Wake Forest Center Samuel Japhet-Mathias is transferring to San Jose State. He has two years of eligibility remaining.” He’s 6-foot-11 with a 7-4 wingspan.
“The proposed NCAA transfer rule change could hurt mid-majors. It should happen anyway”—Kyle Calero
Verbal Commits D2: “Former Paine G Dreymon Jones is transferring to Pacific Union (NAIA)” He’s a 6-foot-2 backcourter formerly of Paine College in Georgia.
Per Verbal Commits, USF’s Sasha French has transferred to Napa Valley College. Not sure if the former Justin Siena High talent redshirted as a freshman for the Dons but he did not play. » Read more articles about Sasha French.
Here’s all the links you could ever want: “Investigating College Basketball’s Transfer Movement”—Eli Boettger “Study: Roughly 60 percent of transfers leave Division I basketball”—Rob Dauster “Tracking transfer in Division I Men’s Basketball”—NCAA “NCAA transfers have most to lose if given immediate eligibility”—Mike DeCourcy
Mark Rudi: “NMSU men’s hoops has added Utah transfer Jojo Zamora, who had committed to Grand Canyon. Zamora will sit one year and then play one year.” From August 11: “Utah G JoJo Zamora to transfer to Grand Canyon University”
Per Verbal Commits, 6-foot-3 Ashton Pomrehn is transferring from Alaska Anchorage to Humboldt State. He previously played at McKinleyville High and Shasta College. It looks like he has one season of eligibility remaining.
We have seen the future and it seems like more of the present. Yes, forecasting is a odd element as nobody really knows even what tomorrow will bring. But Jordan Brown’s recent move from Woodcreek High to Prolific Prep/Napa Christian for his senior year is hardly the first indicator of the direction highly-rated hoops talents Read More…
CCSF Men’s Basketball: “We are happy to announce the addition of San Jose State transfer Terrell Brown” » Read more articles about Terrell Brown.
“Did Indiana Screw Over This Backup Basketball Player?”—Tully Corcoran The original article LINK
According to Verbal Commits, Jacob Orender is transferring from Lafayette to California. He’s a 6-foot-0 point and will be walking on to the team. It appears he has three seasons of eligibility remaining.
Ventura College Men’s Basketball: “Eddie Cowan moving on! Cal State Stanislaus. That’s 6 Pirates continuing their education. All four sophs and two frosh.” He’s a 5-foot-10 guard originally out of Pennsylvania.
“100 Teams in 100 Days: Cal Golden Bears“ “…The Golden Bears will also have Kentucky transfer Marcus Lee eligible to play this season. The 6’9 senior sat out last season after playing 21.8 MPG for Kentucky in 2015-2016. Lee started 20 games and averaged 6.4 PPG and 6.0 RPG. He’ll help fill the void the Read More…
“Illinois State Redbirds”—Brad Cavallaro “Zachary Copeland is a junior college transfer who will add long range shooting and scoring from the wing positions. Listed at 6-4, Copeland averaged 18.7 points per game in junior college, but most notably shot a scorching 47.7% from three. If his shooting can translate immediately, then he will be major Read More…
“Memorial High isn’t messing around, bringing aboard two big-time basketball transfers”—Bryant Jon-Anteola » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.
Out of San Jose City College, 6-foot-9 Jonah Underwood is listed on the 2017-18 UC Davis roster. There are 16 Aggies listed so it appears at least three will be walk-ons. As a Jaguar sophomore, Underwood averaged 20.2 points plus 10.7 rebounds a game as well as 2.8 blocked shots a contest.
According to Verbal Commits, former Berkeley High talent Henry Cornelious is departing from Cal Poly Pomona. He just completed his sophomore season.
From Lassen Coach Will Freedman: “Sophomore Colby Johnson, from Aurora, Colorado, has signed his National Letter of Intent to attend Grace University in Nebraska. Colby was named to the GVC All-Conference team this year along with winning the Marlon Hall Jr. Memorial Award. He averaged 8.4 points per game, shooting 43% from the field and Read More…
Luis Medearis is transferring from Biola to William Jessup University. He’s a 6-foot-3 guard. Luis Medearis: “Cream always rises to the top! No matter what it is. Blessed to say I will be playing at William Jessup University Next year.”
In this Noah Allen feature, three quotes are really worth revisiting in order to understand Allen’s choice of college and reasons for transferring… » Read more articles about Noah Allen. » Read the complete article in the Premium Content area here, or subscribe here.
“NCAA council examining rule changes tied to student-athlete transfers”—Dylan Perego
Cal State East Bay athletics: “… [Vito] Coppola comes to Hayward following two outstanding seasons at Foothill Junior College. The 6’6″ New Mexico native began as a First Team All-District player at Santa Fe High School. After making just two starts as a freshman at Foothill, he played in every game this past season. In Read More…
CaliHoop: “2 Sport Star Levelle Bailey (2019) – 6’4 185 lbs – transfers to Monterey Trail HS (Elk Grove) joins recent transfer 2020 Kendal Munson“
“Former El Camino Real guard Evan Wardlow to leave Santa Clara“—Eric Sondheimer » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.
“Transfer season: Modesto Christian boys hoops welcomes another high-profile talent”—James Burns