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Top 25 transfers from non-power programs in 2017 – April 20th

While he’s a sit-one to play-one player, Jaleel Hogan is one of the top transfers on this year’s market.

CALGARY, Alta. — With each passing day, the list of players transferring continues to grow.

The list of transfer players is on the cusp of the 500-mark, and will only increase as the off-season moves along. While players are still making their decisions on whether or not to transfer, several big names have already committed to their future homes.

Marcus Evans and Egor Koulechov, the highly-touted guard duo from the Rice Owls, have both found their respective homes for the remainder of their collegiate careers. Evans followed Coach Rhoades and committed to the VCU Rams, while Koulechov committed to the Florida Gators for next season.

Also, Kerem Kanter committed to play for the Xavier Musketeers next season, is he opts to remove his name from the 2017 NBA Draft and return to school as a graduate transfer.

With that being said, there’s still a ton of talent on the market right now. The talent pool will likely continue to improve as the off-season moves along and new players look for their next home.

Here are the top 25 transfers from non-power conference schools, as of April 20th.  Continue reading Top 25 transfers from non-power programs in 2017 – April 20th

RECAP: Cleveland, Mahoney lead Southeast Missouri State past SIU-Edwardsville, 71-67

Freshman guard Denzel Mahoney (above) and senior Antonius Cleveland (top) combine for 37 points to lead the Redhawks past the Cougars, 71-67.
Freshman guard Denzel Mahoney (above) and senior Antonius Cleveland (top) combine for 37 points to lead the Redhawks past the Cougars, 71-67.

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — Coming into Thursday night, conference play hasn’t been too kind to the SIU-Edwardsville Cougars.

The Cougars came into their game with the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks riding an 11-game losing streak overall. They had lost 17 of their last 18 games, with their only win during that span coming against the Missouri S&T Miners back on December 28th.

In their previous meeting this season, the Redhawks edged the Cougars by three, 79-76.

This time around, the Cougars were hoping for a different result, while the Redhawks were looking to move into a tie for first place in the West Division of the Ohio Valley Conference.

At 6-5 in conference play, Southeast Missouri State came into Thursday night just a half-game behind the division-leading UT-Martin Skyhawks. Thanks to big performances from two of their stars, the Redhawks were able to keep pace atop the division.

Behind 19 points from Antonius Cleveland and 18 points from freshman Denzel Mahoney, the Redhawks pulled away from the Cougars midway through the second half and scored the 71-67 victory over SIU-Edwardsville. Continue reading RECAP: Cleveland, Mahoney lead Southeast Missouri State past SIU-Edwardsville, 71-67