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2021 A10 Transfer List

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Jon Rothstein
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With the addition of UMass transfer Tre Mitchell, Texas is now SIXTH in the ROTHSTEIN 45.

ROTHSTEIN 45: Early edition for 21-22 - College Hoops Today
WARNING: These rankings will change DAILY. With the transfer portal, the NCAA granting players an additional year of eligibility, and early entry candidates for the NBA Draft, everything in college...
collegehoopstoday.com


"21. St. Bonaventure
Projected Starting 5:
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Kyle Lofton
G Jaren Holmes
G Dominick Welch
G Jalen Adaway
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Osun Osunniyi
Projected Bench: Karim Coulibaly, Oluwasegun Durosinmi, Quadry Adams, Ndkock Tadjore, Linton Brown, Joryam Saizonou
Key Newcomers: Karim Coulibaly (Pitt), Oluwasegun Durosinmi (JUCO), Quadry Adams (Wake Forest), Ndjock Tadjore, Linton Brown (JUCO), Joryam Saizonou
Expected Losses: Alpha Okoli, Eddie Creal, Alejandro Vasquez, Jalen Shaw, Jermaine Taggart"




Verbal Commits
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Former Massachusetts F/C Tre Mitchell is transferring to Texas. http://verbalcommits.com/players/tre-mitchell…

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Men’s Basketball​

Davidson​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Foster Loyer (Michigan State)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Carter Collins (Murray State)

Kellan Grady (Kentucky)

Bates Jones (Duke)

David Czerapowicz (TBA)

Dayton​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Toumani Camara (Georgia)

Richard Amaefule (ETSU)

Kobe Elvis (DePaul)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Rodney Chatman (Vanderbilt)

Lukas Frazier (TBA)

Dwayne Cohill (Youngstown State)

Duquesne​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Leon Ayers III (Mercer)

RJ Gunn (Lenoir–Rhyne [D-II])

Ryan Murphy (Tulane)

Tre Williams (Indiana State)

Kevin Easley (TCU)

Pedro Castro (Houston Baptist)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Sincere Carry (Kent State)

Lamar Norman Jr (Western Michigan)

Marcus Weathers (SMU)

Amari Kelly (UNCW)

Tavian Dunn-Martin (FGCU)

Chad Baker (San Diego State)

Jett Roesing (TBA)

Andre Harris (TBA)

Fordham​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Patrick Kelly (Penn State)

Darius Quisenberry (Youngstown State)

Antonio Daye Jr (FIU)

DJ Gordon (Penn State)

Kam’Ron Cunningham (Mississippi Valley State)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Joel Soriano (St. John’s)

Cameron Cohen (Santa Monica College)

Ty Perry (Buffalo)

Mason Williams (TBA)

Ivan Raut (TBA)

Lazar Škorić (TBA)

Julian Dozier Jr (TBA)

Chris Austin (TBA)

Yame Butler (TBA)

Onyinyechi Eyisi (TBA)

George Mason​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

DeVon Cooper (Morehead State)

Davonte Gaines (Tennessee)

D’Shawn Schwartz (Colorado)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Greg Calixte (Bryant)

Javon Greene (USF)

Bahaïde Haïdara (St. Francis Brooklyn)

AJ Wilson (South Carolina)

Jordan Miller (Miami)

Tyler Kolek (Marquette)

Lysander Rehnstrom (Navy)

Ian Boyd (TBA)

Mehki McCray (TBA)

George Washington​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Brendan Adams (UConn)

Joe Bamisile (Virginia Tech)

Ire Lee (Arizona)

Bryan Knapp (Cornell)

Qwanzi Samuels (FGCU)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Lincoln Ball (American)

Jamison Battle (Minnesota)

Maceo Jack (Buffalo)

Jameer Nelson Jr (Delaware)

Sloan Seymour (New Hampshire)

Tyler Brelsford (Bryant)

Chase Parr (Towson)

Javier Langarica (TBA)

Ace Stallings (TBA)

La Salle​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Mamadou Doucouré (Rutgers)

Josh Nickelberry (Louisville)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

David Beatty (NC A&T)

Ayinde Hikim (UMass Lowell)

Jaren Kimbrough (Hartford)

Scott Spencer (Tulane)

Brandon Stone (Robert Morris)

Rhode Island​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Ishmael El-Amin (Ball State)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Fatts Russell (Maryland)

DeVale Johnson (Kent State)

Richmond​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

N/A

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Andre Weir (FGCU)

St. Bonaventure​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Quadry Adams (Wake Forest)

Abdoul Karim Coulibaly (Pitt)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Anthony Roberts (Stony Brook)

Justin Winston (Robert Morris)

Quintin Metcalf (Pratt Community College)

Alejandro Vásquez (Hofstra)

Eddie Creal (TBA)

Jalen Shaw (TBA)

Jermaine Taggart (TBA)

Alpha Okoli (TBA)

Josh Bell (TBA)

Saint Joseph’s​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Ejike Obinna (Vanderbilt)

Chris Coleman (ECU)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Myles Douglas (Morgan State)

Jordan Hall (Texas A&M)

Ethan Griffith (TBA)

Saint Louis​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Jordan Nesbitt (Memphis)

Rashad Williams (Oakland)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Philip Russell (Southeast Missouri State)

Demarius Jacobs (Ball State)

UMass​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Trent Buttrick (Penn State)

CJ Kelly (Albany)

Michael Steadman (Montana)

Rich Kelly (Boston College)

Greg Jones (Southern Connecticut State)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Carl Pierre (Rice)

Ronnie DeGray III (Missouri)

Tre Mitchell (Texas)

VCU​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Jimmy Nichols (Providence)

Marcus Tsohonis (Washington)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Jimmy ‘Tre’ Clark III (Northwest Florida State College)

Brendan Medley-Bacon (McNeese State)



Women’s Basketball​

Davidson​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Elle Sutphin (NC State)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Saeeda Abdul-Aziz (TBA)

Dayton​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

N/A

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Bailee Adkins (Radford)

Nadjy Tyler (Coppin State)

Duquesne​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Lauren Wasylson (Xavier)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Lindsay Linard (Youngstown State)

Ny Langley (Virginia Union [D-II])

Machaela Simmons (TBA)

Fordham​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

N/A

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Megan Bodziony (Bryant)

Riley DeRubbo (TBA)

Ralene Kwiatkowski (TBA)

Baylee Teal (TBA)

Lauren Murphy (TBA)

George Mason​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Amaya Scott (Bethune-Cookman)

J-Naya Ephraim (Illinois)

Angelee Rodriguez (USF)

Jayla Adams (Bethune-Cookman)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Vita Stam (UNCW)

Devyn Wilson (Sam Houston State)

Teodora Popovic (TBA)

George Washington​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Taylor Webster (UNCW)

Sheslanie Laureano (Florida Southwestern State [D-II])

Tyasia Moore (Troy)

Nyadouth Lok (Midland College)

Sierra Bell (Fort Wayne)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Ali Brigham (Penn State)

Neila Luma (UCF)

Caranda Perea (Temple)

Lexus Levy (TBA)

Gabby Nikitinaite (TBA)

La Salle​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

N/A

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Deja King (Webber Internation [NAIA])

Kayla Braxton-Young (TBA)

Haleigh Hill (TBA)

Destiney Ryles (TBA)

Kayla Richardson (TBA)

Morgan Adams (TBA)

Rhode Island​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Chanell Williams (Providence)

Giana Hernandez-Boulden (West Virginia)

Desiree Elmore (Seton Hall)

Anna Dreimane (Texas A&M)

Rebecca Demeke (NC State)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Kassondra Brown (Saint Peter’s)

Brazil Harvey-Carr (Manhattan)

Richmond​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

N/A

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

N/A

St. Bonaventure​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

B’Aunce Carter (Moberly Area Community College)

Tianna Johnson (Seward County Community College)

Mackenzie Smith (Old Dominion)

Nikki Oppenheimer (James Madison)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Olivia Brown (Valparaiso)

Journee President (Tarleton)

Emily Calabrese (Northeastern)

Star Fitzgerald-Greer (TBA)

Deja Francis (TBA)

Carrie Jornlin (TBA)

Saint Joseph’s​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

N/A

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Olivia Ramil (TBA)

Saint Louis​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Sevval Gul (Arizona)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Rachel Kent (IUPUI)

Jaidah Stewart (Evansville)

UMass​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Shavonne Smith (Towson)

Michelle Pruitt (UTEP)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Maeve Donnelly (Hawai’i)

Madison Lowery (Wingate [D-II])

Danielle Sanderlin (TBA)

Maddie Simms (TBA)

VCU​

Incoming (former school in parenthesis):

Keowa Walters (Buffalo)

Outgoing (new school in parenthesis):

Kseniya Malashka (MTSU)

Tera Reed (USC)

Olga Petrova (TBA)
 
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Walter

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If I am basing it on where players transferred to, did we lose the most talent? Maybe Davidson since they lost a couple guys to Duke and Kentucky.
 

tblack33

All-American
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July 1st is the deadline if they want to be eligible for next season. Still a few days left...

Interestingly, just read that in future years the deadline will be May 1st.
That month after the season ends is going to be absolute madness going forward. Have a feeling guys will eventually stop waiting until the tournament to be over to announce to give themselves more time in the portal if they are coming from teams that aren’t dancing.
 

GMUgemini

Hall of Famer
Wouldn’t be surprised if we had one open by July 1. With the start of summer workouts guys are figuring out where they sit in the pecking order — and if we’re being mentioned with a transfer at this point it most likely means one of the current players is at least thinking of leaving.

Could be one of the four "point guards" on the team. Even if Gray plays typical freshman minutes, that's still 3 players vying for 40 minutes at the 1 and/or the scraps left over at the 2. Someone is going to get squeezed out of that rotation.
 

gmujim92

Hall of Famer
Could be one of the four "point guards" on the team. Even if Gray plays typical freshman minutes, that's still 3 players vying for 40 minutes at the 1 and/or the scraps left over at the 2. Someone is going to get squeezed out of that rotation.
With the extra COVID year XJ has 3 years of eligibility left. Purely a guess but he’d be my top candidate at this point…
 

FreeGunston12

All-Conference
Could be one of the four "point guards" on the team. Even if Gray plays typical freshman minutes, that's still 3 players vying for 40 minutes at the 1 and/or the scraps left over at the 2. Someone is going to get squeezed out of that rotation.
Could see it. But we also have 8 guys that are between 6-6 and 6-10 on the roster. And then you are potentially looking at adding a 6-11 guy. With the minutes Schwartz and Oduro will be getting and assuming Garcia would start, that's a lot of guys competing for very few backup minutes.
 

tblack33

All-American
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Could see it. But we also have 8 guys that are between 6-6 and 6-10 on the roster. And then you are potentially looking at adding a 6-11 guy. With the minutes Schwartz and Oduro will be getting and assuming Garcia would start, that's a lot of guys competing for very few backup minutes.
Which if English ends up going with what he’s talked about before, he wants to push towards. 8 man rotations by conference play is what he’s said in the past, which I wholeheartedly think is a good thing. Let guys get into grooves, play through slumps, etc. Push all of your guys to push each other for those precious minutes.
 

GMUgemini

Hall of Famer
Could see it. But we also have 8 guys that are between 6-6 and 6-10 on the roster. And then you are potentially looking at adding a 6-11 guy. With the minutes Schwartz and Oduro will be getting and assuming Garcia would start, that's a lot of guys competing for very few backup minutes.

6 of those guys are perimeter players, though. Much less competition at the 5 than anywhere else on the roster. I honestly don’t see Mason landing him regardless, doesn’t mean you don’t try.
 
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FreeGunston12

All-Conference
6 of those guys are perimeter players, though. Much less competition at the 5 than anywhere else on the roster. I honestly don’t see Mason landing him regardless, doesn’t mean you don’t try.
Wholeheartedly agree that the 5 is where we could improve (and that Mason isn't going to land him anyways). Still think between Frazier, Jones, Mbaye, Henry, Gadsden, and Gaines that somebody would be out of minutes if a 5 was added. Seems to me that without a solid starter at the 1 or solid backup at the 2 that Hartwell, XJ, Polite, and Gray would be as likely to stick around as any of those named previously.
 

GMU79

Starter
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With the extra COVID year XJ has 3 years of eligibility left. Purely a guess but he’d be my top candidate at this point…
Yes, I think Hartwell is staying, regardless. And I'm okay with that. Been here his whole career. Finish well, and get your Mason degree young man.
 

He15man

Specialist
I am REALLY excited to see the newbies this staff brought in - Jones and Mbaye. I love the vets we've brought in, and the ones we've managed to keep from past teams. But these young'ins are probably going to be something special with the level of coaching they're likely to get while here under KE.
 

gmutom

Hall of Famer
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Yes, I think Hartwell is staying, regardless. And I'm okay with that. Been here his whole career. Finish well, and get your Mason degree young man.

If I were to pick any one returning player on our roster who English is going to mentor, I would put my money on Hartwell. Coach was an undersized guard himself in college who knows what it's like to struggle with consistency, and I think he sees a lot of upside in Jamal's game. No, I'm not comparing their respective talent levels, but I do think he sees the upside in Hartwell's game and values his experience.

And despite his shortcomings on defense, it wouldn't shock me to see Jamal get some spot duty at the 2 when Polite, Johnson or Gray are running the point. This team lacks great perimeter shooters — especially with Kolek and Miller departing — so my hunch is that English will do all he can to use Jamal as a possible weapon in that regard.

With that said, cue the Hartwell bashing in 3... 2... 1...
 
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