HIGH POINT, N.C. — The 2017-18 season is over for a lot of teams across the NCAA, which means that players and coaches have turned their attention to the 2018-19 season, and beyond.
With the end of the season comes the influx of players transferring to new schools. It happens each and every year as players are looking for the right fit in college basketball and a fresh opportunity to showcase their skills.
On Monday, the transfer market added a talented guard who will have two years of eligibility left after sitting out next season. Guard Jamal Wright has received his release from the High Point Panthers, and will transfer from the program to seek new opportunities in the college basketball world. Continue reading Guard Jamal Wright to Transfer From High Point→
ALBUQUERQUE, NM. — Paul Weir is at it again on the transfer market.
The New Mexico Lobos already have a pair of power conference transfers entering the fold next season. JaQuan Lyle, who transferred from the Ohio State Buckeyes, and Vance Jackson, formerly of the Connecticut Huskies, will both become eligible for the Lobos during the 2018-19 season.
On Thursday, Weir added another piece to the puzzle, and this one is a big piece that brings with him a ton of potential.
RALEIGH, N.C. — It was an interesting Friday the 13th for the NCAA.
On a day where the NCAA let off the North Carolina Tar Heels, seemingly without a scratch on their basketball program for academic violations from over two years ago, a player was deemed ineligible for attending classes prior to transferring in the summer.
CLARKSVILLE, TN — The 2017-18 season is just around the corner, and teams are putting the final touches on their rosters.
Several teams have assembled their squads for this season, and are currently on international exhibition tours to try and get their players on the same page in advance of the year. Others are still at home, looking for that final piece to the puzzle that could lead them to a conference title and/or a post-season berth.
The transfer market has thinned out considerably, but there are still some intriguing players available who can either help immediately or in 2018-19.
On Saturday afternoon, another player came off the table, and one of America’s favourite teams from the 2016 NCAA Tournament picked up some forward depth as they look to push for an Ohio Valley Conference title in 2017-18.
COLUMBIA, SC. — After missing out on another graduate transfer guard, who committed to a fellow SEC school, head coach Frank Martin and the South Carolina Gamecocks completed their 2017-18 roster on Wednesday by adding another talented piece to the back court.
The Gamecocks were recruiting Randy Onwuasor, who transferred from the Southern Utah Thunderbirds after averaging 23.6 points and 6.6 rebounds per contest. After Onwuasor committed to Will Wade and the LSU Tigers, Martin turned his attention to another graduate transfer guard.
Enter Wesley Myers, who led the Maine Black Bears in scoring in his first season with the program. After some off-court issues which resulted in Myers being kicked off the team at Maine, he was searching for a new home for his final year of eligibility.