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Basketball transfers
« on: March 14, 2016, 08:53:48 PM »

The midseason transfer list is here. We've already got 45 names, and it's certain to grow over the next couple weeks. Texas A&M coach Billy Kennedy has already said goodbye to two players including one who was a key part of his stellar recruiting class.

Tony Allen, G, Fr., Campbell

Austin Ajukwa, SF, Jr., Clemson -- CHARLOTTE

Carlton Allen Jr., C, Jr., Manhattan

Aarias Austin, SG, Jr., Northern Iowa -- MINNESOTA STATE

Sedrick Barefield, G, Fr., SMU -- UTAH

Jordan Barnett, F, Soph., Texas -- MISSOURI

Ivan Benkovic, SF, RS Jr., Charlotte

Chas Brown, F, Jr., Albany

Cory Calvert, SG, Soph., BYU

Novian Cherry, G, Jr., Savannah State

Ty Cockfield, G, Fr., Stetson -- GEORGIA HIGHLANDS COLLEGE

Ladarius Coleman, F, Soph., SE Missouri State

David Collette, PF, Soph., Utah State -- UTAH

Romero Collier, G, Fr., Niagara

Chris Crawford, PG, Fr., Oral Roberts

Riley Dearring, SG, RS Soph., Wisconsin -- CAL STATE FULLERTON

Mory Diane, G, Soph., Buffalo -- FERRIS STATE

Khadim Dieng, C, Soph., Western Michigan

Nick Dixon, 6-2, SG, RS Jr., Texas Rio-Grande Valley

Mike Donaldson, SF, Jr., South Carolina State

Keith Frazier, G, Jr., SMU -- NORTH TEXAS

Damian Goodwin, F, RS Jr., USC Upstate

Austin Grandstaff, SG, Fr., Ohio State -- OKLAHOMA

Malik Gray, G, Soph., Norfolk State

P.J. Hardwick, PG, Arkansas State (will graduate)

DeAndre Harris, SG, Jr., North Texas (will graduate)

Brandon Hatton, PG, Soph., Vermont -- KENTUCKY WESLEYAN

Tony Hicks, SG, Sr., Penn (will graduate) -- LOUISVILLE

Gemil Holbrook, SG, Fr., Rider - PHILLY UNIVERSITY

Demetrius Houston, F, Soph., Mississippi State -- ALABAMA STATE

Lindsey Hunter IV, PG, Fr., Jackson State (walk-on)

Taishaun Johnson, G, Soph., South Alabama

Theo Johnson, F, Jr., Liberty

Josh Jones, SG, Jr., Richmond

J.T. Jones, SG, SE Missouri State (walk-on)

Justin Jordan, PG, Soph., Milwaukee -- UNC Greensboro

Isaiah Manderson, C, Soph., Texas Tech -- SOUTH FLORIDA

Trevor Manuel, F, Fr., Oregon -- LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

Jabari McGhee, SF, RS Fr., Tennessee -- WESTERN KENTUCKY

Larry McKnight Jr., SG, Fr., Wofford -- PALM BEACH STATE CC

Trey Miller, F, Fr., North Dakota State

Raquan Mitchell, PG, Fr., Memphis -- SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Ambrose Mosley, G, Jr., Old Dominion

Fallou Ndoye, F, Soph., Mississippi State -- CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD

Kipper Nichols, F, Fr., Tulane -- ILLINOIS

Nick Noskowiak, G, Fr., Iowa State -- GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE

Goodluck Okonoboh, PF/C, Soph., UNLV

Ifeanyi Onyekaba, PF, Sr., Rhode Island

Curtis Phillips, G, Soph., Campbell

Nate Pollard, C, Soph., Rice

Kevin Portillo, SF, Jr., Mississippi Valley State

Alex Robinson, PG, Soph., Texas A&M -- TCU

Tevon Saddler, PG, Jr., UNC-Greensboro

Nikola Scekic, C, Fr., New Mexico -- HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Jamani Spencer, G, Fr., Pepperdine -- WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (DIII)

Payton Stephens, G, Fr., Stephen F. Austin (walk-on)

Leo Svete, SG, Soph., IUPUI -- MANLO COLLEGE

Elijah Thomas, C, Fr., Texas A&M -- CLEMSON

C.J. Turman, C, Soph., Florida Atlantic

Johnnie Vassar, PG, Soph., Northwestern

Marcus Wallace, PG, Soph., SE Missouri State

Brandon Williams, C, Jr., UT Arlington -- ANGELO STATE

Cameron Williams, PG, Jr., Eastern Kentucky

Ellis Williams, PF/C, Jr., Bryant

Ryan Woolridge, PG, Fr., San Diego -- NORTH TEXAS

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Re: Basketball transfers
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2016, 02:37:22 PM »
Wonder if any HBCUs get any


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