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2021 A10 Transfer List

He15man

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Do this many quality transfers find their way to the A10 year after year? I've honestly never bothered to look or follow who transfers where if it's not Mason, but with what we've seen on this thread, the conference sure does seem to be getting stronger this offseason - not just us. Obviously not all of these guys will come and be all-world players, but on paper, our opponents don't seem to be sitting on their thumbs.
 

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Do this many quality transfers find their way to the A10 year after year? I've honestly never bothered to look or follow who transfers where if it's not Mason, but with what we've seen on this thread, the conference sure does seem to be getting stronger this offseason - not just us. Obviously not all of these guys will come and be all-world players, but on paper, our opponents don't seem to be sitting on their thumbs.
the answer is "kinda". there are years like this but this is a REALLY good transfer IN year for the A10. With the transfer portal like it is, coaches are forced to do this. I can't help but think we would have been 10x behind the rest of our league if the change wasn't made.
 

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Do this many quality transfers find their way to the A10 year after year? I've honestly never bothered to look or follow who transfers where if it's not Mason, but with what we've seen on this thread, the conference sure does seem to be getting stronger this offseason - not just us. Obviously not all of these guys will come and be all-world players, but on paper, our opponents don't seem to be sitting on their thumbs.

@sleeperpick already answered but just to piggyback his answer, the A10 has become a borderline BCS league between taking power 5 transfers and the ability of most coaches to recruit quality talent. It always seems like every year more and more talent comes into the league based on rankings etc.
 

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Looks like he doesn’t want to be a 6th year senior. Averaged almost a double-double last year. Grad transfer from Vanderbilt, transferred to Vandy from Syracuse. Doubt he gets drafted though.
he can't be insane enough to think he would be drafted or even G-League level IMO. maybe he wants out will go to draft and get ready for Europe or even life after basketball. He has a degree and possibly a masters from a really good school
 
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9. Tre Mitchell

Old school: UMass | New school: Uncommitted

Mitchell earned first-team All-Atlantic 10 honors after leading UMass in scoring, rebounding and blocks as a sophomore. With two seasons of serious production for the Minutemen on his resume, there is little question the former top-100 prospect from the Class of 2019 is capable of starting at a top-25 caliber school. At 6-9, Mitchell is a legit stretch big man.

15. Kellan Grady

Old school: Davidson | New school: Kentucky

Grady became the sixth player in Davidson history to reach the 2,000 point mark this season The 6-6 guard is a career 36.6% 3-point shooter on 656 attempts, and he shot a career-best 38.2% on a career-high 6.9 attempts this season. Kentucky needs more shooting, and Grady should be able to provide some.

37. Fatts Russell

Old school: Rhode Island | New school: Maryland

Russell struggled to make shots in his senior season at Rhode Island amid some nagging injuries, but the 5-10 point guard can ease back on the throttle some at Maryland and take on more of a distributor role. If he can recapture the 35.7% 3-point shooting mark he posted as a junior, he'll be a tremendous help for the Terrapins.

58. Toumani Camara

Old school: Georgia | New school: Dayton

Camara's usage improved considerably as a sophomore this past season, and the 6-8 forward responded by making 55.3% of his 2-point attempts. His outside shot remains a work in progress, but Camara's athleticism and prowess on the boards make him a nice addition for Dayton.

80. D'Shawn Schwartz

Old school: Colorado | New school: George Mason

After averaging 9.3 points on 40% 3-point shooting in his senior season at Colorado, Schwartz is reuniting with former Buffaloes assistant Kim English as English starts his head coaching career. Schwartz is a physical wing who could be in for a big season in the Atlantic 10.

81. Jamison Battle

Old school: George Washington | New school: Minnesota

Battle is among the incoming envoy at Minnesota that will be tasked with helping first-year coach Ben Johnson turn things around. The 6-7 forward shot 36.3% from 3-point range in two seasons at George Washington and upped his scoring average to 17.3 points this season.

83. Jordan Miller​

Old school: George Mason | New school: Miami

At 6-6, Miller is a physical wing who led George Mason in scoring and rebounding this past season. Though just a career 33.2% 3-point shooter, Miller's size and ability to score from multiple levels make him a great addition for Miami, where he'll play for former George Mason coach Jim Larranaga.
 

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