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Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby hilltopalum » Mon Mar 19, 2018 2:20 pm

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Ryan Taylor: 6-6 - Guard - Evansville - Gary, Indiana

2016-2017: 14.1ppg - 2.9rpg - 1.5apg - 37.5% 3P% - 84.8% FT%

2017-2018: 21.6ppg - 3.7rpg - 1.2apg - 43.7% 3P% - 86.6% FT%
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Mike Daum: 6-9 - Forward - South Dakota State - Kimball, Nebraska

2016-2017: 25.1ppg - 8.1rpg - 1.4apg - 41.8% 3P% - 86.9% FT%

2017-2018: 23.5ppg - 9.9rpg - 1.4apg - 41.0% 3P% - 84.7% FT%
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Keyshawn Wood: 6-3 - Guard - Wake Forest - Gastonia, North Carolina

2016-2017: 12.5ppg - 4.2rpg - 3.5apg - 42.8% 3P% - 75.6% FT%

2017-2018: 11.9ppg - 2.5rpg - 1.9apg - 37.4% 3P% - 84.5% FT%
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Justin Coleman: 5-10 - Point Guard - Samford - Birmingham, Alabama

2015-2016: 7.8ppg - 2.0rpg - 3.3apg - 27.2% 3P% - 89.0% FT% (@ Alabama)

2017-2018: 13.5ppg - 2.8rpg - 6.6apg - 37.3% 3P% - 80.6% FT%
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Nat Dixon: 6-4 - Guard - Chattanooga - Panama City, Florida

2016-2017: 2.5ppg - 1.8rpg - 0.6apg - 33.3% 3P% - 55.6% FT%

2017-2018: 13.8ppg - 4.6rpg - 1.9apg - 39.5% 3P% - 73.5% FT%
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Ehab Amin: 6-4 - Guard - Texas A&M Corpus Christi - Alexandria, Egypt

2016-2017: 16.9ppg - 6.6rpg - 2.9apg - 3.4spg (led nation in steals)

2017-2018: Preseason All-Southland 1st Team. Missed season with hip injury
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Joe Cremo: 6-4 - Guard - Albany - Scotia, New York

2016-2017: 15.8ppg - 5.3rpg - 3.8apg - 37.6% 3P% - 86.9% FT%

2017-2018: 17.8ppg - 4.1rpg - 3.8apg - 45.8% 3P% - 81.9% FT%
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Nick Norton: 5-11 - Point Guard - UAB - Bloomington, Illinois

2015-2016: 8.9ppg - 2.6rpg - 5.1apg - 36.6% 3P% - 86.0% FT%

2016-2017: Season-ending Injury

2017-2018: 7.5ppg - 2.8rpg - 4.9apg - 34.0% 3P% - 80.6% FT%
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Zach Johnson: 6-2 - Guard - Florida Gulf Coast - Miami, Florida

2016-2017: 11.9ppg - 2.8rpg - 3.1apg - 34.4% 3P% - 63.2% FT%

2017-2018: 16.1ppg - 3.3rpg - 3.0apg - 39.2% 3P% - 78.1% FT%
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby Chicagojayfan » Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:47 am

hilltopalum wrote:_________________________________________________________________________
Ryan Taylor: 6-6 - Guard - Evansville - Gary, Indiana

2016-2017: 14.1ppg - 2.9rpg - 1.5apg - 37.5% 3P% - 84.8% FT%

2017-2018: 21.6ppg - 3.7rpg - 1.2apg - 43.7% 3P% - 86.6% FT%
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Any thoughts on our chances with him?

I think he'd be a perfect fit for us and he'd have to love playing in our system and in the BE
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby vivid_dude » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:39 am

Just daydreaming here, but if we somehow got Daum, plus Taylor, and Khyri stayed - 2018/2019 could be something to really look forward to. Obviously, we'd have to lose a current scholarship player for that to happen, but annual attrition is usually a thing. Imagine:

G. Marcus Z
G. Khyri
G. Taylor
F. Daum
C. Krampelj

With Jacob, Mitch, Ty-shon, Ronnie, Mintz off bench (assuming Davion isn't the attrition, which I've heard some grumblings might happ...well, I'll stop right there.)

Again, this is fantasyland stuff. It's more likely we get neither. But still...fun to think about. The MVC and Summit League will save our season!!!
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby hilltopalum » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:54 am

that would be an unbelievable lineup and we will be involved with taylor however if there is one thing I am confident about it is Mitch will be starting next year
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby Jet915 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:39 am

Give me Taylor OR Daum and I'd be freakin ecstatic.
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby go_jays » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:06 am

Not sure why posters are drooling over Daum. While he can score points, he doesn't have the athleticism to play at the high-major level on either side of the ball, IMO. And we NEED more nasty athleticism... especially in the paint.. which is where he would have to play. I have to admit, I've only seen him a few times. But in the times I've seen him, he doesn't strike me as the kind of player that would help us there. Plus, I just don't see him being able to run the floor like we want our bigs to do.

He's a slow, pastie white guy... who can't jump... and certainly could not defend the perimeter at BE level of play.

I would be really disappointed if he came. We can do better than that.
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby #RollJays » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:21 am

go_jays wrote:Not sure why posters are drooling over Daum. While he can score points, he doesn't have the athleticism to play at the high-major level on either side of the ball, IMO. And we NEED more nasty athleticism... especially in the paint.. which is where he would have to play. I have to admit, I've only seen him a few times. But in the times I've seen him, he doesn't strike me as the kind of player that would help us there. Plus, I just don't see him being able to run the floor like we want our bigs to do.

He's a slow, pastie white guy... who can't jump... and certainly could not defend the perimeter at BE level of play.

I would be really disappointed if he came. We can do better than that.

Daum would definitely have his flaws defensively but you gotta be kidding to think he wouldn’t fill it up on the offensive end.
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby go_jays » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:22 am

Didn't say that he couldn't score points... as a matter of fact I said... "While he can score points...".

But, IMO we already have guys who can do that. We need guys that can play on BOTH sides of the ball. That's what we are lacking right now and why we are having trouble in March. Plus, he could possibly be a trailer in transition.... but we already have that too!

The teams that are still dancing have struck a balance between scoring points and denying points.

I'm sure all of you have heard this before. But if you can keep it out of our own bucket, then you always have a chance to win.

Believe me, I LOVE to watch the Let It Fly/Let's Run 'Em Over game we play. But I'm also into results.
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby Altman's Advisor » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:32 am

go_jays wrote:Not sure why posters are drooling over Daum. While he can score points, he doesn't have the athleticism to play at the high-major level on either side of the ball, IMO. And we NEED more nasty athleticism... especially in the paint.. which is where he would have to play. I have to admit, I've only seen him a few times. But in the times I've seen him, he doesn't strike me as the kind of player that would help us there. Plus, I just don't see him being able to run the floor like we want our bigs to do.

He's a slow, pastie white guy... who can't jump... and certainly could not defend the perimeter at BE level of play.

I would be really disappointed if he came. We can do better than that.

I’ve heard this before about a certain All-American a few years ago.
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Re: Grad Transfers Targets :: 2018

Postby go_jays » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:34 am

And what was the result?
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