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    Dude's bio says his wife plays soccer at USU

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    Spy,

    Would you give a general explanation of your research which led to this conclusion?

    Seems like a big stretch.
    It's not a "big" stretch, it's huge. I had heard loud whispers that a grad transfer was very likely; that was all, no name, nothing. I did some digging and if this guy graduates as a junior, I think it may be him. But as I mentioned on the regular board, take what I post with less than a grain of salt, there is literally nothing concrete to back up my claim, just my hunch.

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    Mountain West, cant join em... poach em?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooter73 View Post
    Mountain West, cant join em... poach em?
    In our case, flirt with them, reject them and then take the best of them. lol

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    Well, if we’re just going to throw random names out, who’s next? Any other wild guesses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagsObserver View Post
    Well, if we’re just going to throw random names out, who’s next? Any other wild guesses?
    Some people are saying that it's Peyton Pritchard. I hope not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagsObserver View Post
    Well, if we’re just going to throw random names out, who’s next? Any other wild guesses?
    Nick Emery?

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    Well played Mad Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    Some people are saying that it's Peyton Pritchard. I hope not.
    Pritchard is not a grad transfer. Would have to sit a year

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorzag View Post
    Pritchard is not a grad transfer. Would have to sit a year
    Isn't he a junior? Or is he a sophomore, now I'm confused. I thought he was a junior. And if you are a junior and have graduated in three years you can be a grad transfer as well I believe.

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    I would think most grad transfers have a redshirt year under their belt.....so 4 years of school but only 3 playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagzKrak View Post
    I would think most grad transfers have a redshirt year under their belt.....so 4 years of school but only 3 playing.
    Yes, that is the typical grad transfer route. But also if someone graduates after their junior year and I believe they are a grad transfer as a senior as well. There is an example of that very scenario recently but I can't remember the players name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagzKrak View Post
    I would think most grad transfers have a redshirt year under their belt.....so 4 years of school but only 3 playing.
    Most the time you are correct, but with Dual Enrollment in high school these days many student have nearly 2 years of college under their belt before stepping onto college campuses. That makes graduating in 2/3 years very possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caldwellzag View Post
    Most the time you are correct, but with Dual Enrollment in high school these days many student have nearly 2 years of college under their belt before stepping onto college campuses. That makes graduating in 2/3 years very possible.
    Another parallel thought: If upon high school graduation a student chooses to delay entry into college (like for an LDS mission), I assume at the same time he/she still might take college-level courses online, or by correspondence. Net result: making graduation in 2/3 years possible.
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    This thread will blow up after the season ends in April.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobZag View Post
    This thread will blow up after the season ends in April.
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    Any word if Hommes attended last night in USD? That would be a big clue if he did (after scoring 27 points in his own game earlier in the evening against Chaminade). https://plnusealions.com/news/2019/2...he-top-25.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzagfan View Post
    Any word if Hommes attended last night in USD? That would be a big clue if he did (after scoring 27 points in his own game earlier in the evening against Chaminade). https://plnusealions.com/news/2019/2...he-top-25.aspx
    Hmmm....didn't even think about that, good question.

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    Just transfers - may be grad also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    Hmmm....didn't even think about that, good question.
    Why do you want Hommes so bad? He’d be redundant on next year’s team as he’s essentially Corey Kispert. With Norvell, Kispert, Watson, Ravet, Foster, Arlauskas and potential grad transfer at the pg position, we are set in the backcourt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cggonzaga View Post
    Why do you want Hommes so bad? He’d be redundant on next year’s team as he’s essentially Corey Kispert. With Norvell, Kispert, Watson, Ravet, Foster, Arlauskas and potential grad transfer at the pg position, we are set in the backcourt.
    Would we have a scholarship for Hommes (assuming we get another PG)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    Would we have a scholarship for Hommes (assuming we get another PG)?
    I don’t believe so unless a Foster or Ayayi left.

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    Current Scholarships:

    Graduating -
    Perkins
    Crandall
    Jones

    2019-2020
    Rui - Sr. - Gone
    Tillie - Sr. - Gone?
    Clarke - RS Sr. - Gone?

    1. Norvell - RS Jr.
    2. Kispert - Jr.
    3. Petrusev - So.
    4. Ayayi - RS So.
    5. Foster Jr. - So.
    6. Watson - Fr.
    7. Ravet - Fr.
    8. Timme - Fr.
    9. Ballo - Fr.
    10. Zakharov - Fr.
    11. Arlauskas - Fr.

    So in theory they could either be at 13 if Clarke and Tillie stay or 11 if they both go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagdawg View Post
    Here is one I found on that list...don't know anything about him just saw "PG, Grad, Harvard"

    Tommy McCarthy, 6-0, PG, Grad, Harvard – Will transfer after season

    PG from Harvard...you know he has to be pretty darn smart, a good worker and would have to be a team player to play with that offence...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogozags View Post
    Here is one I found on that list...don't know anything about him just saw "PG, Grad, Harvard"

    Tommy McCarthy, 6-0, PG, Grad, Harvard – Will transfer after season

    PG from Harvard...you know he has to be pretty darn smart, a good worker and would have to be a team player to play with that offence...
    http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...r/_/id/3920222

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