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    The team is growing.


    Here's the Atlantic Region All-Transfer team as of this morning:


    Forward - Tariq Woody (Wheeling Jesuit) --------------> highly coveted

    Guard - Keegan Saben (West Liberty) ---------> highly coveted

    Guard - Malik McKinney (Seton Hill) --------------> highly coveted

    Guard - Brendan Hoban (Wheeling Jesuit) -----------> highly coveted

    Guard - Trevor Lecuona (Seton Hill)

    Guard - Ariel Watson (West Liberty) -------------> could star in right system/program

    Guard - Ethan Snapp (Urbana)

    Guard - Darhius Nunn (Glenville State) ------------> big-time scorer

    Guard - Elisha Mayberry (Glenville State)

    Guard - Kenny Lee (California)


    Add some bigs and you have a really good team there.

    IUP is in the mix for a couple of these guys. So I hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Guard - Darhius Nunn (Glenville State) ------------> big-time scorer
    Check that.....Palm Beach Atlantic.....sorry I was wrong
    Last edited by JDonAB92; 03-22-2019 at 08:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    The team is growing.


    Here's the Atlantic Region All-Transfer team as of this morning:


    Forward - Tariq Woody (Wheeling Jesuit) --------------> highly coveted

    Guard - Keegan Saben (West Liberty) ---------> highly coveted

    Guard - Malik McKinney (Seton Hill) --------------> highly coveted

    Guard - Brendan Hoban (Wheeling Jesuit) -----------> highly coveted

    Guard - Trevor Lecuona (Seton Hill)

    Guard - Ariel Watson (West Liberty) -------------> could star in right system/program

    Guard - Ethan Snapp (Urbana)

    Guard - Darhius Nunn (Glenville State) ------------> big-time scorer

    Guard - Elisha Mayberry (Glenville State)

    Guard - Kenny Lee (California)


    Add some bigs and you have a really good team there.

    IUP is in the mix for a couple of these guys. So I hear.
    You forgot to add the entire D&E team!

    Also Myles Bunyon (Bloomsburg)

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    Quote Originally Posted by boatcapt View Post
    You forgot to add the entire D&E team!

    Also Myles Bunyon (Bloomsburg)

    Yes. I keep forgetting they are in the MEC now (soon). Lucky you.

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    Don't see Keegan Saban being highly coveted...but if he is, it's more from being from a D2 "blue Blood" program, than him being individually awesome... He was 11 or 12th man on the team...that's highly coveted?

    he didn't really show much in two years at WL...but doesn't mean he can't flourish in a different program..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUP Extra Mile View Post
    Don't see Keegan Saban being highly coveted...but if he is, it's more from being from a D2 "blue Blood" program, than him being individually awesome... He was 11 or 12th man on the team...that's highly coveted?

    he didn't really show much in two years at WL...but doesn't mean he can't flourish in a different program..

    He'll have a lot of suitors. Perhaps not from the 'upper tier' but his phone will ring a lot. I could see him landing at California with Sancomb. He can play. That's why WL recruited him. A lot of these kids just sometimes need a change of atmosphere or an offense better suited to their strengths. He still has his best two years ahead of him. Most players really find their way in their junior season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    He'll have a lot of suitors. Perhaps not from the 'upper tier' but his phone will ring a lot. I could see him landing at California with Sancomb. He can play. That's why WL recruited him. A lot of these kids just sometimes need a change of atmosphere or an offense better suited to their strengths. He still has his best two years ahead of him. Most players really find their way in their junior season.
    If he could get someone to clean up his shot mechanics, then he could be a much better player. The potential is there. Hope it happens for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbuseer View Post
    If he could get someone to clean up his shot mechanics, then he could be a much better player. The potential is there. Hope it happens for him.
    We too often forget not everything revolves around IUP, West Liberty, etc. There will be tons of Clarion-types lined up to get a West Liberty cast-off.

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    Lee from Cal is an interesting case. The coach brings him along to Cal from Wheeling Jesuit, and his minutes go down from the beginning of the school year, so by December he isn't playing at all.

    Bunyon from Bloom also wasn't getting any playing time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    Lee from Cal is an interesting case. The coach brings him along to Cal from Wheeling Jesuit, and his minutes go down from the beginning of the school year, so by December he isn't playing at all.

    Bunyon from Bloom also wasn't getting any playing time.
    Lee is even deeper. He went to Wheeling but quit early in the season under Sancomb. Then the last Cal coach signed him before he quit. Then Sancomb got the Cal job.

    Needless to say it appears Lee and Sancomb aren't a good fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Lee is even deeper. He went to Wheeling but quit early in the season under Sancomb. Then the last Cal coach signed him before he quit. Then Sancomb got the Cal job.

    Needless to say it appears Lee and Sancomb aren't a good fit.
    He spends more time on twitter than practicing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Lee is even deeper. He went to Wheeling but quit early in the season under Sancomb. Then the last Cal coach signed him before he quit. Then Sancomb got the Cal job.

    Needless to say it appears Lee and Sancomb aren't a good fit.
    That's crazy bad luck for the kid. What were the chances of that happening, like getting struck by lightning. I thought Sancomb gave him the ride to Cal.

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    Jair Rodgers, the alleged 'flopper', is leaving Concord. Looks like he has one year of eligibility.


    He's pretty intriguing as a one-year guy. I'd like to see Bravado Joe give him a call.




    J.C. Onwumere (6'7", 230 lbs) has also announced he's leaving (MEC) Charleston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Jair Rodgers, the alleged 'flopper', is leaving Concord. Looks like he has one year of eligibility.


    He's pretty intriguing as a one-year guy. I'd like to see Bravado Joe give him a call.



    J.C. Onwumere (6'7", 230 lbs) has also announced he's leaving (MEC) Charleston.
    Rodgers is a nice player but does he play enough defense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPalum View Post
    Rodgers is a nice player but does he play enough defense?
    Hard to say. I doubt it but he did average 20.9 ppg and shot 121-300 from deep (40.3%). He's also durable starting all 30 games and playing 38 mpg (Lombardi type guard numbers). I could see him as a dangerous deep threat to pair with Malik and Armoni.

    The other fear would be he was used to playing two-man basketball with Bolte and may not like the lighter load he'd get at IUP. He can definitely spread the floor, though.

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    Evan-Eric Longino, West Chester, added to the transfer list. Two years eligibility. Nice player.

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    Yahel Hill, West Liberty, PG.



    Man, you could make a heck of an expansion team with all the Atlantic Region departures.

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    Add a third from West Liberty:

    Nick Greely is leaving the program.

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    Notre Dame (OH) departures:

    Halil Parks (started 23 games)

    Kameron Harris

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    PG Mikal Seals (17.8 ppg) leaving UVa-Wise.

    I recall he quit the team mid-season.

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