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NEW ADDS IN BOLD:

As of 05/23/2024 (2029):

Davidson: Angelo Brizzi (Longwood), Grant Huffman (Vanderbilt), Jarvis Moss (Radford), Rikus Schulte, David Skogman (DePaul), Achile Spadone (Bucknell), 

Dayton: Zimi Nwokeji (Jacksonville), Petras Padegimas (Mercer), Koby Brea (Kentucky),  Koby Elvis (Oklahoma), Daron Holmes (expected PRO).

Duquesne: Dae Dae Grant, Jimmie Clark, Fousseyni Drame, Hassan Drame, Dushon Mahorcic, Andrei Savrasov, Tre Williams.

Fordham: Wayne Franklin, Elijah Gray (Temple), Romad Dean, Angel Montas, Kyle Rose, Antrell Charleton. 

George Mason: Berke Arslan (Macalester College), Devin Dinkins (Manhatten), Keyshawn Hall (Central Florida), Malik Henry (UNCG), Kam Johnson (Elizabeht City State), Ronald Politte III (UNCG), Tre Wood, Amari Kelly.

George Washington: Maximus Edwards (Duquesne), James Bishop IV, Babatunde Akinbola.

La Salle: Khalil Brantley (Oklahoma State), Jhamir Brickus (Villanova), Tommy Gardler, Anwar Gill (Howard), Efe Tahmaz, and Rokas Jocius (UCF). 

Loyola: Ben Schweiger (Northern Iowa), Braden Norris, Greg Dolan, Patrick Mwamba, Tom Welch, Dame Adelekun.

Umass: Josh Cohen (Southern Cal), Robert Davis, Jr. (Old Dominion), Sawyer Mayhugh (Queens), Gianni Thompson, Matt Cross (SMU), Tyler Mason, Mathok Martok (Oral Roberts), Keon Thompson (Stephen F. Austin). 

Richmond: Dji Bailey (LSU), Trevor Smith (Hampton), Aiden Noyes (Belmont), Jordan King, Isaiah Bigelow, Tyler Harris

Rhode Island: Walter Allen III, Tyson Brown (Georgia Southern), Connor Dubsky (UNC-Ashvellie), Jerry Foumena (Mississippi State), Zek Montgomery (Bradley), Rory Stewart (Florida Gulf Coast), Brandon Weston (Tennessee State).

Saint Louis: Gibson Jimerson (Saint Louis), Cian Medley (Kent State), Sincere Parker (McNeese State), Steph van Bussel (College of Charleston), Bruce Zhang, Phil Jones,  Abou Magassa, Brad Ezewiro (UAB), Dorde Curcic (College of Charleston) Lamont Evans IV, Alex Nokes, Tsvet Sotirov (Northern Illinois) Mike Meadows, TJ Hargrove.

St. Bonaventure: Assa Essamvous (East Carolina), Barry Evans (Bryant), Kyrell Luc (Longwood), Chad Venning (Boston College), Melian Martinez, Moses Flowers, Mika Adams-Wood, Charles Pride.

St. Joseph's: Lynn Greer III (Temple), Kacper Klaczek (Albany), Christian Winborne (Iona), Christ Essandoko (Providence) Rahmin Moore (Wagner), Cam Brown, Charles Coleman

VCU: Toibu Lawal (Virginia Tech),  Jason Nelson (Youngstown State)Sean Bairstow, Kuany Kuany.

TRANSFER IN:

Davidson: Joel Hurlburt (Colorado)

Fordham:  Matt Zona (Notre Dame).

Richmond: Jonathan Beagle (Albany),  Dusan Neskovic (Dartmouth).

Dayton: Zed Key (Ohio State), Jacob Conner (Marshall), Posh Alexander (Butler).

Davidson: Zach Laput (Bentley),

Duquesne: Alex Williams (Furman), Jahsean Corbett (Chicago State), Cam Crawford (Marshall), Trey Dinkins (Cansuis), Elijah Wilborn (St. Francis - PA), Maximus Edwards (George Washington).

La Salle: Eric Acker (LIU), Corey McKeithan (Rider), Jahlil White (Temple)

Loyola: Jalen DeLoach (Georgia),  Francis Nwaokorie (UC San Diego) Kymani Houinsou (Washington State).

Fordham: Jackie Johnson III (UNLV)

George Mason: Brayden O'Connor (UMass - Lowell), K.D. Johnson (Auburn), Zach Alexander (Florida Gulf Coast)

George Washington: Sean Hansen (Cornell), Rafael Castro (Providence), Trey Moss (William & Mary), Gerald Drumgoogle (Delaware).

Umass: Daniel Rivera (Bryant), Malek Abdelgowad (Murray State)..

Richmond: George Washington III (Michigan), Apostolos Roumoglou (Uconn), B Artis-White (Western Michigan).

Rhode Island: Jamarques  Lawrence (Nebraska), Drissa Traore (St. Johns), Sebastion Thomas (Albany).

St. Joeseph's: Justice Ajogbor (Harvard).

St. Bonaventure: Lajae Jones (Barton CC), Jonah Hinton (Panola CC), Dasonte Bowen (Iowa), Chance Moore (Missouri State), Jaxon Edwards (Valpariaso).

Saint Louis: Kalu Anya (Brown), Josiah Dotzler (Creighton), AJ Casey (Miami of Florida). Isaih Swope (Indiana State). Robbie Avile (Indiana State), Kobe Johnson (West Virginia), Kilian Brockhoff (UC-Santa Barbara).

VCU: Jack Clark (Clemson), Jamarii Thomas (Norfolk State), Phil Russell (UT-Arlington). 

 

 

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The portal is wrecking college BB. The NIL ain’t helping either. Bad time to be a HC when you have this kind of turnover in your rosters. No wonder guys like Saban and Wright quit the profession. Yes, you might get upgrades but then you have to mold your new talent into a team. It’s the rare coach that can do this quickly. 

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On 4/1/2024 at 10:02 AM, Taj79 said:

NEW ADDS IN BOLD:

As of 04/04/2024 (1388):

Davidson: Angelo Brizzi, Grant Huffman, Jarvis Moss, Rikus Schulte, David Skogman, Achile Spadone, 

Dayton: Zimi Nwokeji, Petras Padegimas, Koby Elvis (went thru Senior Night, Daron Holmes (expected PRO).

Duquesne: Dae Dae Grant, Jimmie Clark, Fousseyni Drame, Hassan Drame, Dushon Mahorcic, Andrei Savrasov, Tre Williams.

Fordham: Wayne Franklin, Elijah Gray, Romad Dean, Kyle Rose, Antrell Charleton. 

George Mason: Berke Arslan, Devin Dinkins, Keyshawn Hall, Malik Henry, Kam Johnson, Ronald Politte III (UNCG), Tre Wood, Amari Kelly.

George Washington: Maximus Edwards, James Bishop IV, Babatunde Akinbola.

La Salle: Khalil Brantley, Jhamir Brickus, Tommy Gardler, Anwar Gill, Daeshon Shepard. 

Loyola: Ben Schweiger, Braden Norris, Greg Dolan, Patrick Mwamba,  Tom Welch, Dame Adelekun.

Umass: Josh Cohen, Robert Davis, Jr., Sawyer Mayhugh, Gianni Thompson. 

Richmond: Dji Bailey, Trevor Smith, Jordan King, Isaiah Bigelow, Tyler Harris

Rhode Island: Walter Allen III, Tyson Brown, Connor Dubsky, Jerry Foumena, Zek Montgomery, Rory Stewart, Brandon Weston, Sebastion Thomas. 

Saint Louis: Gibson Jimerson, Cian Medley, Sincere Parker, Steph van Bussel, Bruce Zhang, Abou Magassa, Brad Ezewiro, Dorde Curcic, Mike Meadows, TJ Hargrove.

St. Bonaventure: Assa Essamvous, Barry Evans, Kyrell Luc, Chad Venning, Melian Martinez, Mika Adams-Wood, Charles Pride.

St. Joseph's: Lynn Greer III, Kacper Klaczek, Christian Winborne, Christ Essandoko, Cam Brown, Charles Coleman

.VCU: Sean Bairstow, Kuany Kuany.

 

LaSalle was not very good to begin with, but wow. It will be interesting to see what kind of team they trot out next year. Davidson, Bonnie and Mason - ouch!  Duquesne will be completely starting over.

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39 minutes ago, ACE said:

  Duquesne will be completely starting over.

It can work both ways: 20-21 Duquesne A10 record was 1-16. This year 10-8 and a 2nd round in the NCAAs, which, even before Norm Nixon, has not done since the 60s.

I will admit, I think players getting compensated is good, but this is crazy

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28 minutes ago, ACE said:

Sincere Parker to McNeese - strange

Agree.  I would think that he could have gotten more to stay here, unless we had reason to tell him he wasn't wanted here anymore.  Also strange than another bigger program than McNeese State didn't take a chance on him.  Hell, I would think one of the programs who he hung 30 on in the A-10 would have paid him a little more than he's probably getting at NcNeese State.

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15 minutes ago, cgeldmacher said:

Agree.  I would think that he could have gotten more to stay here, unless we had reason to tell him he wasn't wanted here anymore.  Also strange than another bigger program than McNeese State didn't take a chance on him.  Hell, I would think one of the programs who he hung 30 on in the A-10 would have paid him a little more than he's probably getting at NcNeese State.

Maybe his injury history this year was caution for them

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10 minutes ago, cheeseman said:

Maybe his injury history this year was caution for them

I thought the same thing, but this year it was only a broken foot.  Usually, that's not much of a concern.

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7 minutes ago, cgeldmacher said:

I thought the same thing, but this year it was only a broken foot.  Usually, that's not much of a concern.

Torn labrum also. An article I read said he expected to be ready by this fall. 
 

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I have to believe academics had to play in here and with his destination. I think certain people here on the board seem to know but they just aren't saying. Multiple posters here were SURE he was gone before the season was even over.  It would be interesting to know why.

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2 hours ago, cgeldmacher said:

Agree.  I would think that he could have gotten more to stay here, unless we had reason to tell him he wasn't wanted here anymore.  Also strange than another bigger program than McNeese State didn't take a chance on him.  Hell, I would think one of the programs who he hung 30 on in the A-10 would have paid him a little more than he's probably getting at NcNeese State.

while if anyone was made for hero ball it was sincere parker.   that said, hero ball and schertz 5 out do not mix.  one or the other had to go likely is my thought.  good luck to parker.   i am betting at mcneese he will be a star.   good for him.  

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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pe72vFo9_Q2iJPpUhlrt7cZokev1cZtVmACpwJkMabU/edit#gid=625972474

This Google Doc has a good snapshot of what is happening in the A10 and every other league.  Williford is still listed on the SLU roster, but as we think, he likely won't be here.  St. Bonnie and VCU have significant holes to fill.

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On 4/22/2024 at 1:40 PM, ACE said:

Sincere Parker to McNeese - strange

Agreed. Hard to see why he's winding up there given his abilities. McNeese, the Southland, and Port Arthur don't have much to offer.

On 4/22/2024 at 3:44 PM, mrjoelabs said:

I have to believe academics had to play in here and with his destination. I think certain people here on the board seem to know but they just aren't saying. Multiple posters here were SURE he was gone before the season was even over.  It would be interesting to know why.

Outside of the Ivy's, some ACC and Big Ten schools, and a handful of others, are there that many programs that hold themselves to a significantly higher academic standard than the NCAA? If he can can go to McNeese and not have to go to JuCo I'd think he'd be eligible at about 300 other DI programs.

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14 hours ago, HoosierPal said:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pe72vFo9_Q2iJPpUhlrt7cZokev1cZtVmACpwJkMabU/edit#gid=625972474

This Google Doc has a good snapshot of what is happening in the A10 and every other league.  Williford is still listed on the SLU roster, but as we think, he likely won't be here.  St. Bonnie and VCU have significant holes to fill.

that is nutty stuff. Pistol x infinity. guessing it stay current?

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Parker had some serious disciplinary issues with the team. Physical confrontations with teammates and staff. Sadly the Ford era brought a lot of these types of guys onto the roster. Isabel, Gordon, Santos, Parker etc etc. He wasn't coming back no matter who the coach was.

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Holmes  II (Dayton) as reported by Dave Jablonski, [Flyer beat writer for the Dayton Daily News] filed the required papers to enter the NBA draft.  He has not announced anything publicly.  Last year he waited until the final day to announce his plans.  He is projected to be either a late pick in Round One or a Round Two pick.  This is a weak draft, so I don't know why he wouldn't jump, unless Dayton gives him an NIL package he can't turn down.

This spreadsheet, A10 Tab, is fairly accurate.  [It still lists Williford as a Billiken, so there a few errors.]  VCU still has a lot of work to do.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pe72vFo9_Q2iJPpUhlrt7cZokev1cZtVmACpwJkMabU/edit#gid=625972474

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