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  1. #21

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    Peyton Mortellite is leaving Bloomsburg.

    Nico Morgano is leaving Urbana.

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    Mason Mraz is leaving Clarion.

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Mason Mraz is leaving Clarion.
    Not too surprising, I doubt he’ll be the last to leave...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Mason Mraz is leaving Clarion.
    His last album wasn't that good anyway.

    Oh wait . . . different Mason Mraz. Or is it Jason Mraz? ; )

  5. #25

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    Couple more:

    Coleman Hayes (Notre Dame)

    Karl Jeanty (Glenville State)

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    Any rumors on two of the hotter 'free agents' on the market in Jair Rodgers and Tariq Woody?

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    Maliq Sanders (Shepherd)

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Any rumors on two of the hotter 'free agents' on the market in Jair Rodgers and Tariq Woody?
    I heard Woody was headed to a D2 on the West Coast. No idea which one or what the connection might have been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbertopper View Post
    I heard Woody was headed to a D2 on the West Coast. No idea which one or what the connection might have been.
    Central Washington

  10. #30

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    Karl Jeanty (Glenville State)


    Is it me or does it seem like Glenville State and Urbana flip their whole rosters yearly?

  11. #31

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    FYI
    D1 transfers now up 529, which is transfer rate of approximately 15% of total D1 scholarships
    Interesting one is grad transfer from Bucknell to Kentucky!

    Here is distribution by class.


    Row Labels Count of Class Percentage
    FR 106 20.04%
    RS FR 21 3.97%
    SO 128 24.20%
    RS SO 44 8.32%
    JR 88 16.64%
    RS JR 114 21.55%
    SR 28 5.29%
    Grand Total 529 100.00%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbuseer View Post
    FYI
    D1 transfers now up 529, which is transfer rate of approximately 15% of total D1 scholarships
    Interesting one is grad transfer from Bucknell to Kentucky!

    Here is distribution by class.


    Row Labels Count of Class Percentage
    FR 106 20.04%
    RS FR 21 3.97%
    SO 128 24.20%
    RS SO 44 8.32%
    JR 88 16.64%
    RS JR 114 21.55%
    SR 28 5.29%
    Grand Total 529 100.00%
    He's from my wife's hometown (also the hometown of PSAC commish Steve Murray) that has about 45 kids a grade and a town of 1,900 people. https://www.kentucky.com/sports/coll...228816534.html

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    The big PF (I mean the elite) ... they are targeting a lot of these mid-major grad transfers.

    They are ready to go, mature, etc. It's a great way to fill a hole quickly.


    Granted, it sucks for the team being left behind.

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    Ryan Bernstein / Mansfield


    Looks like one year of eligibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbuseer View Post
    Central Washington
    We are excited to have him! We were lacking size like him last season.
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    The D1 count is now up to 592 ... and growing.

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    D1 transfers approaching 650 in the portal. It's out of control.

    Another alarming trend is the mid-major is becoming the minor league system for the big boys. There are already tons of 'mid-major' grad transfers (or regular transfers) moving up to the perceived big leagues.

    It's a great system for the Kentucky's of the world. Get the best freshmen available (5-star types) and fill in the holes with experienced, older players.

    It has to be so frustrating to be a fan of a mid-major program right now.

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    I'm on board for the grad transfer. If the degree program is complete the student has no obligation to the school...or its athletic program. But the "one and done" thing annoys me less than the kid transferring from mid-major to major. The alarming trend is CC/JC transfer to mid-major to major. That's a whole lotta lost credits and wasted scholarship dollars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    D1 transfers approaching 650 in the portal. It's out of control.

    Another alarming trend is the mid-major is becoming the minor league system for the big boys. There are already tons of 'mid-major' grad transfers (or regular transfers) moving up to the perceived big leagues.

    It's a great system for the Kentucky's of the world. Get the best freshmen available (5-star types) and fill in the holes with experienced, older players.

    It has to be so frustrating to be a fan of a mid-major program right now.
    The VC total D1 "transfers" from 2017 was 895 and 2018 was 878 so we have a little ways to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fightingscot82 View Post
    I'm on board for the grad transfer. If the degree program is complete the student has no obligation to the school...or its athletic program. But the "one and done" thing annoys me less than the kid transferring from mid-major to major. The alarming trend is CC/JC transfer to mid-major to major. That's a whole lotta lost credits and wasted scholarship dollars.
    Pish ah!! These kids aren't in college for credits! They are there to try and grab the gold ring that is the NBA!!!!! To paraphrase Allen Iverson..."Credits!? We talkin' 'bout CREDITS! Not the game...We talkin' 'bout CREDITS! How silly is THAT!!??"

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