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    Default NNU picks up some quality transfers

    NNU is my 2nd favorite GNAC team as I work in the city in which the school resides. I like their coach and players. They're committed to recruiting internationally and after questioning this, I support it as I think they struggle a bit to get regional players. For example: They had the GNAC freshman of the year a couple years ago. He was from the Portland area. After a great season, he transferred to NAIA NCU in Eugene. So I think keeping the international kids is easier in Nampa, Idaho.

    First off, a Utah State transfer, big guy who didn't play a lot last year, good JC stats before going to Logan. Yes, from the states but of international origin:

    http://www.verbalcommits.com/players/ngor-barnaba

    NNU also signed a quality JC guard, appears to be international, too. Some good numbers in JC and prep ball. Both additions should greatly help the Crusaders.

    http://www.nnusports.com/news/2017/7...obi-megwa.aspx

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    They also received a commitment from UCSB transfer Felix White.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanVC View Post
    They also received a commitment from UCSB transfer Felix White.
    Thanks. White didn't play last year, only a couple games, didn't score, but very impressive high school stats in So Cal. Also, going with the international theme, he's from Nigeria. Nice pick-up (on paper) for the Crusaders.

    http://www.ucsbgauchos.com/sports/m-...os/White-Felix

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    Felix White has decommitted from NNU and reopened his recruitment, and NNU may no longer be in the running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWU Wildcat Nation View Post
    Felix White has decommitted from NNU and reopened his recruitment, and NNU may no longer be in the running.
    Interesting, though I think getting the Utah State commit should shore up some of the graduation losses from the post position last year. I like what the NNU coach is doing, they've had difficulty taking the next step. In my opinion, they need better guard play and they may have found that on the recruiting trail this year.

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