2018 NCAA Free Agent Tracker: 4/21 Edition

It’s back and better than ever! Welcome to the NCAA Free Agent Tracker. This is Paint Touches’ fourth year of covering the NCAA basketball graduate transfer market. Every player listed here is eligible for either the Graduate Transfer Exception or the Graduate Transfer Waiver, meaning they will be immediately eligible for their new teams in the 18-19 season. This year, Paint Touches is also tracking  regular transfers on a separate list. One caveat I’ll give before sharing this list, this is merely one man’s opinion and analysis of which Free Agents are the best available. I am not a former player, I have never coached college basketball, I spent my high school years playing in the pep band not on the hardwood. I am merely some guy on the internet who, from a scary young age, has spent way too many waking hours watching, debating, and obsessing over college basketball…who is also armed with several subscriptions to various advanced stat services. Now that we have that out of the way….to the list!

The free agent tracker may have plateaued for now. In the past week, four names have come off the list and no new names have surfaced to replace them. Instead the four have been replaced by the top four players who were on our watch list last week. Good thing Coach Wojo already nabbed his top target this past week. No worries though, there is still plenty of talent out there. Paint Touches estimates that there still are around 50 free agents on the market who could have some sort of role on a high major squad. And there is always the chance that more quality grad transfers will ask for their release….especially after the deadline to pull out of the NBA draft.

#12 Christen Cunningham
#13 Dion Wiley
#14 Femi Olujobi
#15 Eric Lockett

#4 Zach Johnson (committed to Miami [FL])
#6 Ryan Luther (committed to Arizona)
#9 Joseph Chartouney (committed to Marquette)
#14 Aaron Calixte (committed to Oklahoma)

1. Matt Mooney- 6’3” 200 lb JR SG from South Dakota
30.6 mpg, 18.7 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 3.1 apg, 2.0 spg, 0.1 bpg, 2.4 tpg, .445 FG%, .829 FT%, .352 3P%

Deep in the secret bunker where the free agent tracker is stored, alarm bells were blaring on April 5th signaling the appearance of the first whale of the transfer season. Matt Mooney has been the Coyotes’ stud for the past two seasons. Mooney has about everything you could ask for in a shooting guard. He has a diverse offensive skillset. He’s hit over 175 career three pointers, he can penetrate high major defenses, he led his team in assists, and is a master at facilitating the pick and roll offense. On defense he is a lockdown defender shutting down any attempts at penetration, closing out on shooters, and stealing the ball twice a game. Some may raise an eyebrow because he did all this while playing for low major South Dakota. As a redshirt sophomore, he led the Coyotes to the NCAA tournament as the Summit autobid and as redshirt junior he helped them earn a 81 ranking in KenPom. His numbers also didn’t decline when facing high major competition. Sure, blue blooded Duke held him to 3 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists, and 3 steals. But against NCAA tournament teams TCU and UCLA, he put up point totals of 31 and 23. Not too mention that he averaged 30.7 points a game in three games against South Dakota State, a top 75 KenPom team and NCAA autobid. Mooney would be a welcome addition to just about any high major program and would earn a starting a role for a majority of them. A boatload of schools have reached out to Mooney….but not Marquette at this point. Mooney is a perfect fit for what Marquette needs. Hopefully this means Marquette is feeling confident about another grad transfer.

Update (4/14): Arizona State, Oregon, Iowa State, Texas Tech, Missouri, Northwester, Memphis, TCU, Creighton, Nebraska, Indiana, Virginia, and Arizona have all reached out to Mooney.

Update (4/21): Mooney has cut his list to Creighton, Northwestern, Texas Tech, Utah State, and Arizona State. He visited Creighton last week and is currently visiting Northwestern. Will schedule visits with his other three at a later date.

2. Joe Cremo- 6’3” 185 lb JR SG from Albany
35.3 mpg, 17.8 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 3.8 apg, 0.8 spg, 0.3 bpg, 2.1 tpg, .458 FG%, .819 FT%, .458 3P%

The Great Danes of Albany have been one of the best mid-major programs over the past three years. This run has flown under the radar as they have been overshadowed by Vermont being in the same conference. A big part of this run has been because of the presence of Joe Cremo. Cremo was an unheralded local recruit from a suburb of Albany. He was a double digit a game scorer as a freshman and the best player on the team by the time he was a sophomore. This past season, he was the model of offensive efficiency. He has every tool in the offensive tool belt, shooting 46% from three (over 150 attempts), breaking down defenses 1 on 1, and even posting up smaller guards. He wasn’t just a scorer as he led the team with 3.8 assists. His defense leaves a lot to be desired and may be exploited at the next level. Albany only played one high major this past season, a road matchup with Louisville. Albany fell short by just two points with Cremo scoring 18 including 3/4 shooting from range. Cremo has the scoring skillset to carve out a role on almost any high major team.

Update (4/7): According to Jeff Goodman, Cremo is hosting Creighton, Texas, Ohio State, Penn State, and none other than Marquette at his home in Albany this weekend. Blue blooded Duke has also reportedly expressed interest.

Update (4/14): Cremo took a visit to Creighton this past weekend and cut his list to Creighton, Oregon, Gonzaga, Texas, and Penn State. Marquette is out of the running.

Update (4/21): Cremo is visiting Texas this weekend

3. Wyatt Walker – 6’9” 240 lb JR C from Samford
29.1 mpg, 12.9 ppg, 9.7 rpg, 1.5 apg, 0.6 spg, 0.9 bpg, 2.0 tpg, .586 FG%, .761 FT%, .333 3P% (16-17 stats)

Two seasons ago, the Samford Bulldogs were anchored in the post by a 240 lb man named Wyatt Walker. Walker averaged very close to a double double, in fact he started the season with seven consecutive double doubles and finished with 17 on the season. This wasn’t all against slouch competition either, Walker posted double doubles against NCAA tournament teams New Mexico State, Cincinnati, and East Tennessee State, not to mention 8 rebounds on the road at top 25 Florida State. Besides the rebounding, Walker was unstoppable in the post. His points per possession on post up plays was in the top 10% of all players. His defense was solid as well as long as his opponent didn’t catch him in space. Thanks in large part to Walker’s efforts, Samford finished a few games above .500 and earned a trip to the CIT. This past season was a wash for Walker as he hurt his knee only two games in. If he is fully healthy, Walker could start for many high majors and be a quality backup for almost all of them. What makes him specially desirable is that he has two years of eligibility remaining.

Update (4/7): No official reports on where Walker is looking but some twitta investigation shows that Wisconsin, Wake Forest, and Oklahoma State may be in the mix.

Update (4/14): Walker has three official visits set. He’s currently on a visit to NC State. Next week he will go to see the hated Badgers. The following weekend he will check out the Pokes of Oklahoma State.

Update (4/21): Walker gave confirmation that his three scheduled visits are his final three

4. Desean Murray- 6’3” 225 lb SF from Auburn
23.9 mpg, 10.1 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 1.7 apg, 0.9 spg, 0.6 bpg, 1.9 tpg, .455 FG%, .840 FT%, .321 3P%

Two years ago, Paint Touches was puzzling what to make of the high scoring, bowling ball of a guard transferring out of Presbyterian College. Standing only 6’3” but weighing in at a solid 225 lbs, Murray had poured in over 20 points a game while grabbing 7.4 rebounds…but for one of the worst basketball programs in the country. It was hard to know how Murray’s game would translate to a high major program like Auburn. He certainly wouldn’t be able to bully the superior high major athletes the way he did in the Big South. That assumption turned out to be dead wrong. Murray earned a starting role for the SEC regular season champs and still scored double digit points and corralled nearly 7 boards a contest. Despite his height, Murray often ended up battling in the post with players who often had 6 or 7 inches on him. Many a forward made the mistake of assuming that they could post Murray up and score an easy bucket but they often found themselves stuck in no man’s land as Murray would make himself immovable. Offensively, he would return the favor and force mismatches with smaller guards where he would eat them alive in the post. He also excelled on the offensive glass, often beating out much taller players for the board before finishing a put back amongst the trees. Murray is mulling over jumping immediately to the G-League or overseas, but has also already heard from Memphis, Clemson, Maryland, St. John’s, Western Kentucky, USC, SMU, and Nevada.

Update (4/21): Add Baylor to the list of schools linked to Murray

5. Javan White- 6’10” 230 lb RSSO PF from Oral Roberts
27.5 mpg, 10.2 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 1.3 apg, 0.9 spg, 0.7 bpg, 1.6 tpg, .514 FG%, .553 FT%, .400 3P% (6 3PM)

It’s not often that a player he nearly averaged a double double becomes available on the grad transfer market. It’s even less common to find one who has two years of eligibility left to. That rare combination is exactly what is being offered by former Oral Roberts big man Javan White. Standing at 6’10” and weighing in at 230 lbs, White is an impressive sight. As a redshirt sophomore, White used that size to dominate the glass, pulling down 9 rebounds a game for the Golden Eagles. This resulted in 9 double doubles throughout the season. His most impressive rebounding performance came against Little Rock where he pulled down an astonishing 20 rebounds, though double OT did help him achieve that number. Rebounding is the skill that will get him suitors as his offense is only okay and defense is lackluster. The vast majority of White’s points are scored with his back to the basket where he saw moderate success. He did shoot 40% from deep but only had 15 attempts on the season. He showed a nifty passing ability out of the post that allowed Oral Roberts to run a nice high low game. His defense was limited to blocking shots and attempting to steal entry passes. If an opposing big got the ball in the post White likely wasn’t going to stop it. White’s rebounding ability will get him looks from high majors. He isn’t the most talented player on this list but the second year of eligibility makes him very valuable. He already has been in contact with Iowa State which could be interesting as he is native of Ames. Wherever White goes, he will have to answer questions about his health. He’s already injured the same knee twice and it has already caused him to miss an entire season.

Update (4/14): Iowa State and LSU have both been talking with White.

Update (4/21): UMass has reached out to White

6. Ehab Amin- 6’3” 200 lb SR PG from Texas A&M Corpus Christi
33.7 mpg, 16.9 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.9 apg, 3.4 spg, 0.4 bpg, 2.7 tpg, .462 FG%, .716 FT%, .289 3P% (16-17 stats)

The 2016-2017 season was one of the best in Texas A&M Corpus Christi history. The Islanders, led by Ehab Amin were 1 point away from making the big dance as the autobid out of the Southland Conference. Instead they fell in OT to New Orleans and had to settle for the CIT. They made the best of it, ripping through the CIT, winning by an average of 14.8 points in the first four rounds, before losing in championship, again by 1 point. Amin was one of the two stars on that team, leading the team in assists and the entire nation in steals with 3.4 a game. Most of Amin’s scoring came in transition, often of his own creating. He is an aggressive defender whose favorite move is to blow up hand off passes leading to easy dunks on the other end. His shooting touch is a bit questionable and would need work to compete at the high major level. He also missed the entire 17-18 season due to a hip injury sustained two weeks before the start of the season. If he is 100% healthy, Amin’s burglary skills could earn him a starting role on most high major squads.

Update (4/7): Wichita State, Nevada, and SMU are visiting Amin this weekend. Florida State, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Seton Hall, BYU, Ohio State, Louisville, Arizona, Texas, NC State, West Virginia, VCU, Oklahoma, Miami (FL), and Texas Tech have all been in contact as well.

Update (4/14): Add Iowa State, Xavier, Georgia Tech, and Ole Miss to the schools reaching out to Anim. No word on when he will narrow his list.

Update (4/21): Amin has scheduled visits to Miami (FL), Nevada, and Wichita State

7. Trey Porter- 6’10” 205 lb RSJR PF from Old Dominion
23.6 mpg, 13.2 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 0.5 apg, 0.5 spg, 1.3 bpg, 1.3 tpg, .588 FG%, .670 FT%, 1.00 3P% (1-1 3P)

Trey Porter was a relatively unknown two-star recruit for George Mason coming out of high school. He was unremarkable as a freshman, averaging 14 minutes a game for the Pioneers. He opted to transfer to Old Dominion, seeking more playing time. He got about the same number of minutes as a RSSO but was considerably more productive. He finally broke out this past season, earning a spot in the starting lineup and dominating in the post. Porter was a model of efficiency on offense. Few defenders could keep him from scoring in the post or off of the boards. If he grabbed an offensive rebound, there was little doubt that it would be put back in for two points. Defensively, he was just as impressive, neutralizing other posts and swatting ill advised drives from opposing guards into the second row. With him anchoring the post, Old Dominion finished 25-7 and in the top 75 rankings of KenPom. Porter could make an immediate impact at the high major level and should have plenty of suitors in the coming weeks.

Update (4/7): Porter is taking an unofficial visit to Maryland this weekend, but also said that he is planning to take his time with a decision. Has not planned any other visits but has been linked to Indiana, Arizona, Oklahoma State, Georgetown, and DePaul.

Update (4/21): Porter has had in home visits with Indiana, DePaul, Maryland, South Carolina, Boston College, and Oklahoma State. Georgetown and Nevada are both sniffing around as well.

8. Keyshawn Woods- 6’3” 195 lb RSJR SG from Wake Forest
25.7 mpg, 11.9 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 1.9 apg, 0.8 spg, 0.0 bpg, 1.6 tpg, .439 FG%, .845 FT%, .374 3P%

The 2017-2018 season has been a rough one for the Demon Deacons. They made the tournament last season on the back of John Collins who is now with the Atlanta Hawks. Losing their star meant they were expected to take a step back….but no one expected them to lose their first three games to Georgia Southern, Liberty, and Drake before stumbling to an 11-20 finish. One of the biggest surprises of the season was the step back by veteran guard Keyshawn Woods. Woods started his career as a Charlotte 49er before transferring to Winston-Salem. During the season of their tournament appearance, Woods was a key contributor, averaging 12.5 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game with 44% 3P shooting to boot. Despite a worse roster this season, Woods saw his role diminish. He was pushed to the off guard position by Bryant Crawford and saw his averages shrink in points, rebounds, and assists while shooting a worse % from the floor. If Woods can return to his RSSO year form, he could be a valuable lead guard for almost any high major. Before Marquette fans get excited, there is a huge flaw in his game….his defense. Woods ranked in the 4th percentile of all D1 players for points per possession allowed. He has size but he makes Rowsey look like a lockdown defender. Woods is testing the professional waters but will likely end up overseas if he goes that route.

Update (4/14): Woods will be in Columbus this weekend for a campus visit to Ohio State

Update (4/21): Clemson and Louisville have been showing interest in Woods. Woods also took a visit to Virginia this past Wednesday, an interesting development considering that it would be an intra-conference transfer. There is precedent as Cameron Johnson transferred within the ACC last season and was allowed to play right away.

9. Justin Coleman- 5’10” 170 lb RSJR PG from Samford
32.5 mpg, 13.5 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 6.6 apg, 1.2 spg, 0.0 bpg, 2.7 tpg, .436 FG%, .806 FT%, .373 3P%

Justin Coleman is familiar to the Paint Touches team because he made the traditional transfer tracker two years back. As a former top 100 recruit and a starter from a high major Alabama squad, we expected Coleman to end up at another high major or a top mid-major. Instead, he headed to Samford in his home town of Birmingham, citing a connection to the coaches and a desire to stay close to home. After the year off, Coleman starred as the clear best player on a bad Samford team. His 6.6 assists per game was tied for 12th in the nation. Southern Conference defenders were no match for him as he had elite scoring numbers when taking opponents one on one. This ability made his drive and kick game one of the best. If he had better shooters as teammates, his assist numbers would be even better. As you would expect from a 5’10 basketball player, his defense is suspect….even against Southern Conference level competition. High majors in need of an offensive playmaker should be very interested in Coleman, as long as they can compensate for his defense. While Coleman might be an offensive fit for Marquette, his defense likely eliminates him as a candidate.

Update (4/14): Coleman visited Saint Louis and has trimmed his list to Arizona, UAB, Saint Louis, Northern Kentucky, Auburn, SMU, Ohio State, and Marquette. Seems like a backup plan for Joseph Chartouney.

Update (4/21): Coleman is currently visiting SMU and has scheduled a visit to Arizona for next Wednesday. With Chartouney committed to Marquette, they are likely out of the running.

10. Michael Finke- 6-10” 230 lb RSJR PF from Illinois
25.0 mpg 9.8 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 1.1 apg, 0.3 spg, 0.3 bpg, 0.8 tpg, .491 FG%, .612 FT%, .309 3P%

It’s safe to say that the first year of the Brad Underwood experience at Illinois did not go according to plan. While few expected the Illini to make the tournament, the expectation certainly was higher than a sub .500 record and a KenPom ranking in the triple digits. One of the few bright spots of the season was stretch big man Michael Finke. Finke had been a key contributor off the bench in his first two seasons before being elevated to the starting lineup. Illinois started the season with a six game win streak against subpar competition and he was electric, averaging 14.7 points a game and shooting a cool 42% from distance. Unfortunately, he faltered against higher level competition, only cracking double digits five times against high major opponents, two of them against Rutgers. He didn’t make up for it on the defensive end either, often getting dominated by larger posts. Still, size and outside shooting are too rare a combination to not be valuable. He could be a key role player for a quality team, or a quality starter for higher level mid-majors. There is a lot of speculation that he will join his little brother who is an incoming freshman at Grand Canyon University.

Update (4/7): Georgia Tech has been linked to Finke

Update (4/14): Finke has a final 5 of Stanford, Nevada, Grand Canyon, Penn State, and Vanderbilt. Will take visits to all 5 in the order previously listed.

11. Zaynah Robinson- 5”11 180 lb SR PG from Norfolk State
35.6 mpg, 13.5 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 4.5 apg, 1.6 spg, 0.1 bpg, 1.7 tpg, .379 FG%, .778 FT%, .333 3P% (stats from 16-17)

Two seasons ago, the Spartans of Norfolk State started the season going 3-11 against a tough non-conference slate before finishing 2nd in the MEAC. Leading the Spartans that year was a defensive stopper by the name of Zaynah Robinson. The Atlanta native was the lead guard and the second leading scorer. Offensively, Robinson isn’t a strong shooter but he runs the pick and roll very well. He has knack for getting all the way to the bucket or making the right pass to the open man. His true strength comes on the other end of the ball. At 5’11 you wouldn’t expect Robinson to be a lockdown defender but that’s exactly what the stats bear out. In 263 defensive opportunities, Robinson only allowed 186 points for a points per possession of .707. That puts him the top 11% of all Division 1 players. This comes with a huge caveat as most of these numbers were piled up against MEAC level competition. If he makes a jump to the high major level, some of his defensive ability should still translate and help his new team, along with his distribution skills. This is of course assuming he is healthy. Robinson missed all of last season with a chronic back issue and seems to still be recovering. This is a huge question but if it can be answered Robinson could help a lot of defensively challenged teams.

Update (4/21): No reports have emerged regarding Robinson’s recruitment since he announced back in March. This may mean that the chronic back condition he’s been rehabbing is worse than expected.

12. Christen Cunningham- 6’2” 190 lb SR PG from Samford
34.7 mpg, 11.4 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 6.3 apg, 0.9 spg, 0.0 bpg, 2.2 tpg, .422 FG%, .817 FT%, .354 3P% (16-17 stats)

Christen Cunningham is the third member of the Samford Bulldogs to make the free agent tracker. Cunningham was the starting PG for Samford two seasons ago when they made a run to the CIT. He was a pass first point guard whose 6.3 assists per game was among the leaders in all of Division 1. In fact, he held the single season record for assists per game at Samford until fellow free agent tracker member Justin Coleman took it from him this season. Cunningham wasn’t much of a scorer but when he was, it was usually with him facilitating the pick and roll. He can hit a three with decent accuracy but only attempted 65 of them in his most recent full season. Defensively, he is one of the strongest on this list, making him a solid two-way PG. He missed most of this past season with a mysterious illness. He played the first 9 games and then sat out the rest of the season. It was never disclosed what illness he was dealing with. Cunningham is a player that makes everyone else on the floor better on both ends of the court. His passing and defensive ability make him an interesting candidate for Marquette as they are in need of both skill sets.

Update (4/21): Cunningham starts a visit to Oregon State tomorrow and will visit Ohio State immediately after this visit.

13. Dion Wiley- 6’4” 210 lb RSJR SG from Maryland
21.7 mpg, 5.8 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 0.7 apg, 0.5 spg, 0.1 bpg, 0.8 tpg .418 FG%, .778 FT%, .367 3P%

Maryland fans were very excited when Coach Turgeon landed local basketball standout Dion Wiley to his 2014 recruiting class. The 247 composite put his the #52 recruit and he was ranked as high as #26 by some services. Unfortunately, Wiley never quite lived up to his lofty ranking though it was not necessary any fault of his own. Wiley’s career has been riddled with injuries including a torn meniscus that caused him to miss the entirety of the 15-16 season. This most recent was by far Wiley’s most successful. He started about half of Maryland’s games and was an effective three-point threat and excellent defender. Well over half of Wiley’s made field goals were from beyond the arc, most of them coming in catch and shoot situations. Wiley has lot explosiveness due to his past injuries and as a result struggled to create his own shot. The injuries haven’t seemed to have impacted his defense. Wiley closes out on shooters well and uses his size to physically ban smaller guards from penetrating. Wiley has said that he is hoping to transfer to a place where he can showcase his ball handling skills more so that may mean he ends up at a mid-major. However, he has starting experience for a top 50 KenPom team. He could be an effect three and d specialist for a lot of high majors. Clemson and South Alabama were early contenders for Wiley’s services.

14. Femi Olujobi- 6’8” 233 lb RSJR PF from North Carolina A&T
31.9 mpg, 16.3 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 1.2 apg, 0.4 spg, 0.7 bpg, 2.5 tpg, .536 FG%, .776 FT%, .290 3P%

Two years ago, Femi Olujobi was nowhere near Paint Touches’ traditional transfer tracker. In two years as an Oakland Golden Grizzly, Olujobi had barely cracked the rotation and looked destined to drop to a lower Division in order to get playing time. He didn’t drop quite that far, but close as he picked North Carolina A&T, a school that had finished in the bottom 17 of KenPom each of the previous four seasons. The Long Island native used his redshirt year well and became a monster for the Aggies. His 16 points, 8 rebounds, and 0.7 blocks a game all lead the team. While he was the starting center, he was a very mobile big man. He can score with his back to the basket, off the cut, and even knock down the occasional 15 foot jumper. Defensively he was just as mobile. He could handle traditional posts, even ones with superior size, and cover players in space. One interesting tidbit about his defense is that Olujobi didn’t give up a single point when covering the roll man on a pick and roll, and there were a lot of attempts. Behind Olujobi the Aggies had their best season in years going 20-15 but don’t be fooled, this was still a sub 300 KenPom team. However, in three road games against high majors, Olujobi averaged 19.7 points, meaning high major potential is there. Olujobi claimed at one point that over 50 schools had reached out to him since getting his release. Despite this there have been precious few reports on who is recruiting him.

15. Eric Lockett- 6’5” 193 lb RSJR SG from Florida International
37.0 mpg, 14.3 ppg, 6.5 rpg, 3.1 apg, 1.2 spg, 0.4 bpg, 2.1 tpg, .466 FG%, .717 FT%, .292 3P%

FIU had a solid season by their standards, but it wasn’t enough to save the job of head coach Anthony Eaves. An unintended consequence of that move is the transfer of FIU’s star guard Eric Lockett. This is the second time that Lockett has transferred after losing his coach. He started his career at George Mason where he only appeared in 6 games due to injury before watching his coach Paul Hewitt get the boot. Lockett headed south to Florida International where he was a low scoring starter as redshirt sophomore. He made a huge jump the following year over doubling his scoring and rebounding while also increasing his assists and steals. He mostly played the off guard but got plenty of time running the point for the Golden Panthers. Transition is best part of Lockett’s game. He can pick pockets but more importantly he can convert them into points on the other end. His efficiency numbers aren’t great but that is partially the product of being the number one guy at FIU. He does rebound extremely well for his size and have some solid distribution skills. Lockett could be a very good starter for most mid-majors and a handful of high majors. He could also be a solid backup guard to a contender.

10 other free agents we are watching:
Xavian Stapleton- 6’6” 195 lb RSJR SG from Mississippi State
Nat Dixon- 6’4” 173 lb RSJR SG from Chattanooga
Cody Kelley- 5’11” 180 lb RSSO PG from Wyoming
Tory Miller-Stewart- 6’9” 246 lb SR PF from Colorado
Khwan Fore- 6’0” 175 lb RSJR PG from Richmond
Malik Hines- 6’9” 240 lb RSJR C from UMass
Jacquil Taylor- 6’10” 240 lb RSJR PF from Purdue
Quadri Moore- 6’8” 230 lb SR C from Cincinnati
Jalyn Patterson- 6’1” 185 lb SR PG from LSU
Byron Hawkins- 6’1” 180 lb RSJR PG from Murray State

Tags: , , ,

Categories: Analysis, Offseason, Recruiting

Author:Ryan Jackson

Texas A&M Professional, Marquette Fantatic


Subscribe to our RSS feed and social profiles to receive updates.

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: