Tag Archives: Jamal Ferguson
Jeronne Maymon was Buzz Williams' first transfer, leaving Marquette in 2009. (USA Today)

How have Buzz Williams transfers fared post-MU?

Thanks to Twitter follower @sgriffin_87to98 for the idea to look into Marquette’s transfers during the Buzz Williams era. Williams hasn’t hit on each of his recruits — what college coach has? — and some have seen success at other schools, while others seem to have disappeared. Let’s jump right into it: *The year in parentheses […]

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Buzz Williams' 2011 and 2012 recruiting classes haven't produced much. (USA Today)

2011, 2012 recruiting classes crippling Marquette rotation

Al McGuire said it perfectly, that “the best thing about freshmen is that they become sophomores.” McGuire’s quote likely could have extended to sophomores becoming juniors, and juniors becoming seniors. There’s a natural progression that all Division I basketball players go through, and coaching staffs do their best to move that along as quickly and […]

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Thomas set to return to Marquette

It’s rare that a high-school recruit de-commits and then re-commits to that same school. And it’s even rarer that a player is publicly set to transfer from a school and ultimately returns just two weeks later. But that’s what has happened with shooting guard Jake Thomas. The redshirt junior will return to Marquette after the […]

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Making sense of a busy day of Marquette news

Well that was eventful. On the first day of the official college basketball offseason, Marquette was making waves left and right with players leaving, staying and still deciding. It began when Paint Touches revealed this morning multiple sources have disclosed that junior Vander Blue is strongly considering foregoing his senior year to enter the 2013 […]

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Player review: Jamal Ferguson

Previous Player Breakdowns: Juan Anderson, Vander Blue, Junior Cadougan What he did well: Jamal Ferguson entered his freshman season knowing playing time would be scarce. Playing behind starters Vander Blue and Trent Lockett, and sitting behind Jake Thomas and Todd Mayo (the second half of the season) on the bench left little room for him to break […]

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