Wgt, thanks for the update on sischo, I liked the storyline. Our kind of kid it seems. O many names on the transfer list everyday. I keep thinking That Bona will find a match somewhere I that group. I was intrigued by a kid, originally from Texas, looks like he went to acc in oaklahoma and now is transferring from sc sate. It s a good thing I m not running the show, it s one ship and in our case it might be our last, but this young man is 6’10” 325 lbs and a 3 star recruit to boot. Texas took in a kid like this and it worked out. I seem to remember Rhoda doing something like that as well. Speaking of Rhoda they just signed a 6’9”. 240 kid out of nyc. There out to be a law! I m still holding put hope for Isaiah Richards.
Looks like we're heading over 600 today and may top 700 this week.
It is completely out of control. For me, it takes a lot of joy out of the college game. Players switch teams more in college these days than in the pros.
the NCAA needs to tighten down the entire process. I would love to see the grad transfer rule go away. I hope they keep in place the 1-year sit-out transfer rule inter-conference, and the 2-year intraconference rule.would also like to see the hardship transfer go away. I'm dreaming I know. the inmates are running all of the asylums these days.
I keep thinking our day is coming. Just throwing a player out there. James Karnik, a Canadian, who played with Orangeville Prep, 6'9"230 just entered the portal from Lehigh. A junior, James has improved his numbers yearly, I believe he's at around 11 peg and almost 7 reg. I did a quick look at how he played down the stretch and it looked like he was getting starter minutes. What would make him interesting is several factors, our proximity to home, a young, improving player, big, strong player w/experience, good student. I think the tipping point to me would be, is he graduating early/is he eligible right away? I feel the same way about Prince Oduro, the prospective transfer from Miss St/via Siena, if he's eligible to play great, this team is positioned to make it's run this next year and the year after. I think we want to find someone who can play next year. That's the upside to the young man we looked at most recently from Canada, Louth Mohamed Coulibaly, the 6'9" the rising prep big from Canada. For all our efforts the staff will likely surprise us as they have in the past. Seems like some great talent out there, like the kid at Christmas, it's hard to wait.
Post by fansince1960 on Mar 31, 2020 13:18:53 GMT -5
On the women's side, Olivia Tucker will be leaving the Bonnies. I'm sad to see her go because I felt that she had a lot potential. She was one of the Bonnies better 3 point shooters and most likely would get better in the future.
Former Bonnies recruit Aaron Estrada is transferring from St. Peters after freshman season. MAAC Rookie of the Year, hit game winner as time expired in St. Peters MAAC tourney semi-final game. Good size guard at 6-4, avg. 8+ pts and 2.5 rebs per game.
Is down to Cuse, Oregon & Creighton...amazing how a players profile can jump after one solid year in a low-major conference.