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Life After Young

Kalif Young, a three star prospect from north of the border announced via twitter that he will be taking his talents to Providence. You can find PT’s initial coverage here. The 6”9 Orangeville Prep product had narrowed his list down to just Providence and Marquette. The announcement means that Marquette is left with one open […]

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What does missing on Kalif Young mean for MU?

If you follow recruiting for a non-blue blood school, missing on a prospect is never a surprise. The fact of the matter is most of the targets will go elsewhere. Schools like MU, while clearly in the top-50 or so in terms of prestige, just don’t carry the weight to be selective with offers. They will […]

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NCAA Free Agent Tracker: April 29 Edition

It’s back and better than ever! Welcome to the NCAA Free Agent Tracker. This Paint Touches’ second year of covering the NCAA basketball graduate transfer market. Every player listed here is eligible for either the Graduate Transfer Exception of the Graduate Transfer Waiver, meaning the will be immediately eligible for their new teams in the […]

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NCAA Transfer Tracker: April 29 Edition

Welcome to Paint Touches’ 2016 Transfer Tracker. This list is our attempt at making sense of the hundreds of transfers that are bound to occur in the 2016 offseason. Every player on this list is a traditional transfer, which is to say that they will need to sit out the 2016-2017 season. If you’re looking […]

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Markus Howard Commits to Marquette

Marquette received a commitment from consensus top-35 guard Markus Howard on Sunday, bolstering a backcourt that has left questions at times. In addition to committing, Howard made it known that he will reclassify to 2016 and be on campus this year for his freshman season. Howard chose Marquette over Baylor, Indiana, Arizona State and Central […]

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