2022 A10 Transfer List

psyclone

All-American
Would be excellent if so. A very talented guy.
My impression is that he decided to go a jr college route to see if he could get an offer from a higher profile program. Unless grades or something else was an issue. Just speculating with no inside knowledge of the situation.
 

sleeperpick

Hall of Famer
My impression is that he decided to go a jr college route to see if he could get an offer from a higher profile program. Unless grades or something else was an issue. Just speculating with no inside knowledge of the situation.
My impression was him being intelligible for college
 

GSII

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Hopefully Jim is correct and he ends up at Mason next year. However, sleepyprick seems to know everything so Mbiaye is never playing DI.
 

mkaufman1

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I personally would be surprised if Mbaye ends up playing D1 ball but I could be wrong. I'm not sure if the NCAA would ever clear him even if he went to JUCO but again I could be wrong.

Doubt hes coming to mason.
 

GMUgemini

Hall of Famer
I personally would be surprised if Mbaye ends up playing D1 ball but I could be wrong. I'm not sure if the NCAA would ever clear him even if he went to JUCO but again I could be wrong.

Doubt hes coming to mason.

Can’t imagine they’d deny him if he graduated with an associates though (but that would be 2023 class).
 

gmujim92

Hall of Famer
Can’t imagine they’d deny him if he graduated with an associates though (but that would be 2023 class).
Dre Smith is the only JUCO I can remember coming to Mason with 3 years of eligibility, but that was because he didn’t play his first year at JUCO.

Have to imagine Mbaye’s plan is stay 2 years and get the associate’s. At that point he’s basically guaranteed to get NCAA clearance and be eligible for transfer. Hope Tomlinson is keeping in touch because he has the talent to be a contributor in the A-10.
 
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Pablo

Hall of Famer
Dre Smith is the only JUCO I can remember coming to Mason with 3 years of eligibility, but that was because he didn’t play his first year at JUCO.
Tony Skinn also transferred from a JUCO to GMU with 3 years of eligibility remaining:


"Skinn fell shy of NCAA academic minimums at Takoma Academy in suburban Washington and headed to Blinn College in Texas. After a season of junior-college ball there, he returned closer to home, to Hagerstown Community College, where he completed his associate's degree but did not play basketball.

With three seasons of eligibility remaining, Skinn received offers from Texas A&M;, East Carolina and Hartford. All were too far from his roots.

'I knew how it felt to be away from home and I didn't want to go through that again," Skinn said. "To be able to drive 20 minutes to school, see my family and friends is a big reason I picked George Mason.'"
 
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gmujim92

Hall of Famer
Tony Skinn also transferred from a JUCO to GMU with 3 years of eligibility remaining:


"Skinn fell shy of NCAA academic minimums at Takoma Academy in suburban Washington and headed to Blinn College in Texas. After a season of junior-college ball there, he returned closer to home, to Hagerstown Community College, where he completed his associate's degree but did not play basketball.

With three seasons of eligibility remaining, Skinn received offers from Texas A&M;, East Carolina and Hartford. All were too far from his roots.

'I knew how it felt to be away from home and I didn't want to go through that again," Skinn said. "To be able to drive 20 minutes to school, see my family and friends is a big reason I picked George Mason.'"
Good catch, not sure how I forgot Tony
 

mkaufman1

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Just make sure to not ask Rothstein about his ps5 that he was selling a few days ago. He will block you for it.

Too bad he doesn’t have any humor for a guy who probably has one of his corny slogans as his password.
 

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