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2020 A10 Transfer List

Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by Pablo, Apr 12, 2020.

  1. Pablo

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    https://watchstadium.com/college-basketballs-2019-20-midseason-transfer-list-10-31-2019/:

    A-10

    Jhery Matos, 6-5, 195, G, Grad., Dayton (1.8 ppg) – CHARLOTTE

    Frankie Hughes, 6-4, 200, G, Grad, Duquesne (8.9 ppg) – SAN DIEGO

    Ashton Miller, 6-5, 200, G, Fr., Duquesne (1.2 ppg) – WAGNER

    Brandon Wade, 6-2, 180, G, Soph., Duquesne – MICHIGAN (Walk-on)

    Luka Radovich, 6-5, 200, G, Soph., Fordham

    Jason Douglas-Stanley, 6-2, 190, G, Soph., George Mason (1.0 ppg) – MANHATTAN

    Just Kier, 6-4, 200, G, Grad, George Mason (9.6 ppg)

    Goanar Mar, 6-7, 215, F, Jr., George Mason (2.4 ppg)

    Justin Mazzulla, 6-3, 195, G, Jr., George Washington (5.0 ppg – 4 games) – VERMONT

    Chimezie Offurum, 6-8, 220, F, Soph., George Washington (2.9 ppg) – MOUNT ST. MARY’S

    Arnaldo Toro, 6-8, 250, F, Grad, George Washington (6.5 ppg, 7.0 rpg) – ST. JOHN’S

    Shawn Walker Jr., 6-6, 185, G, Fr., George Washington (3.4 ppg)

    Dennis “DJ” Williams, 6-7, 215, G, RS Jr., George Washington – DEPAUL

    Ed Croswell, 6-8, 245, PF, Soph., La Salle (10.0 ppg, 7.0 ppg) – PROVIDENCE

    Richard Oppong, 6-3, 180, G, Fr., La Salle – MANSFIELD UNIVERSITY

    Tomas Verbinskis, 6-7, 210, F, RS Soph., Richmond (3.0 ppg – 3 games) – LAFAYETTE

    Jake Wojcik, 6-4, 190, G, Soph., Richmond (3.0 ppg) – FAIRFIELD

    Matt Johnson, 6-4, 180, G, Jr., St. Bonaventure (1.0 ppg)

    Robert Planutis, 6-8, 200, F, Soph., St. Bonaventure (5.4 ppg, 4.2 rpg) – IPFW

    Lorenzo Edwards, 6-8, 215, F, Jr., Saint Joseph’s (6.9 ppg, 5.1 rpg)

    Chereef Knox, 6-5, 210, G, Fr., Saint Joseph’s (4.2 ppg)

    KC Hankton, 6-7, 215, F, Soph., Saint Louis (1.2 ppg)

    Sy Chatman, 6-8, 220, F, Soph., UMass (5.7 ppg, 3.5 rpg – 6 games)

    Keon Clergeot, 6-1, 185, G, Grad, UMass (5.0 ppg) – SE LOUISIANA

    Samba Diallo, 6-7, 195, F, Soph., UMass (6.7 ppg, 5.9 rpg) – MANHATTAN

    Sean East, 6-3, 185, G, Fr., UMass (9.3 ppg, 4.9 apg) – BRADLEY

    C.J. Jackson, 6-6, 185, G, Fr., UMass (1.5 ppg) – MCNEESE STATE

    Greg Hammond, 6-5, 200, G, Fr., URI (1.0 ppg – 5 games) – UMASS LOWELL

    Mekhi Long, 6-7, 195, F, Fr., URI (3.1 ppg, 2.3 rpg) – ODU

    Tyrese Martin, 6-1, 205, G, Soph., URI (12.8 ppg, 7.1 rpg) – UCONN

    Dana Tate, 6-7, 230, F, Soph., URI (3.4 ppg – 9 games) – SIENA
  2. Five Two

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  3. GMUgemini

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    He was GW's leading rebounder last year...

    But I mean, Danny Dixon went to NC State as a grad transfer, so it seems like P5s will take any big you throw at them.
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  4. Petey Buckets

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    This is why I always thought we glossed over the Relvao/Temara defections too much and are probably undervaluing Oduro. Most college bigs are terrible and warm bodies have value well beyond their skillset in relation to guards and wings.
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  5. tblack33

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    I always looked at them like I see Calixte now, they could have developed into really solid A10 role players. Guys who have 5 fouls to give you and can eat up 8-14 minutes a game depending on how much you need them to. Never were gonna he program changers but I think Temara would have developed nicely. Relvao I’m not sure because knee injuries are tricky when you have a big frame like that.
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    My thoughts exactly. Might have been nice to have them available one of the twelve thousand times Jaire or Boyd was stuck guarding someone four inches taller (and we had a scholly open).
  7. GMUgemini

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    Relvao was really rough, because didn't he leave the team like 2 weeks before the season or something? Temara at least transferred early.

    Relvao, by the way, is still playing in Portugal for FC Porto, so I'm guessing he could have at least been a bench player for us if he had stuck around.
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    Relvao plays for their minor league team Dragon Force. Was called up for 1 game at FC Porto this year and played two mins....
  9. GMUgemini

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    Im just saying his knees didn’t end his career.
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  10. sleeperpick

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    he has played like 15 total games since he left Mason in 2017.
  11. GMUgemini

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    Also not saying he would have been good here, just that he left with no time to fill his scholarship (we got Calixte and Reuter late after two other transfers out that year).

    Also, I don't know what website you are using, but Eurobasket has him playing the following since 2017:

    2018: Burgos: 14 games, 317 minutes (22.6 mpg), 7.6 pts, 9.2 rebounds, 1,1 apg
    2019: Dragon Force: 1 game, 12 minutes (12 mpg), 2 pts, 2 rebounds
    2020: Dragon Force: 10 games, 183 minutes (18.4 mpg), 7.8 pts, 8.8 rebounds, 0.6 assists
    2020: FC Ports: 1 game, 2 minutes (2.0 mpg), 0 pts, 0 rebound, 0 assists
  12. Petey Buckets

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    Jacob Toppin (URI) entered the portal. They've had a lot of turnover this offseason but this one was still unexpected. Nearly complete roster turnover for them with Dowtin and Langevine graduating and just about everyone else leaving. Fatts doesn't sound like a lock to come back either.
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    I can’t imagine Fatts doesn’t come back. Guys like him are going to get screwed by the shutdown, I can’t see many teams taking a risk on an undersized PG in the draft without being able to work him out beforehand. Who knows what his camp is telling him though.
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    somehow VCU doesn't have a transfer yet.
  15. gmujim92

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    They’re losing 5 seniors
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    Wait and see what happens with the rule change. There are many kids in the transfer portal right now because they’ve been assured they’ll be eligible immediately in 20-21. If that happens, Fatts is gone.
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    Looks like Cox is fighting fire with fire. Players not performing, have attitudes etc, they get kicked out and new ones brought in. The players created this. Let's see how they like getting cut.
  18. gmujim92

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    Nobody is getting cut LOL
  19. tblack33

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    I thought he wasn’t transferring but testing the waters with the NBA?
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    4 of 5 transfers have transferred down conferences though... not like they are going to equivalent or better schools
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