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  Seton Hall
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 7. Tuoyo, Chattanooga2.9 
 8. Watkins, Penn St.2.7 
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UConn Men Land Grad Transfer Antwoine Anderson From Fordham - Apr 16, 2017


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UConn took a first step toward putting its team back together for next season, landing grad transfer Antwoine Anderson (6'1''-G-95), who started every game for Fordham last season. Anderson's decision was first reported by ESPN, and he acknowledged it on his Twitter account Saturday afternoon. He essentially takes the place of Makai Ashton-Langford, the highly rated point guard who asked to be released from his National Letter of Intent and has since committed to Providence. With Alterique Gilbert, who will be a sophomore, coming back from his shoulder injury; Jalen Adams, coming back as a junior; and Christian Vital, who had a promising freshman season, the Huskies already had talent in the backcourt. What they needed was depth and experience - someone who could help immediately. Anderson, 6-foot-1, 190 pounds, who redshirted as a freshman at Fordham, has three seasons of college experience. Last season he averaged 11.1 points per game, along with 3.2 assists and 1.7 steals. Fordham was 13-19, but Anderson developed a knack for clutch shots, including game-winners against Virginia Commonwealth and St. Joseph's in Atlantic 10 play. UConn has had good experiences with fifth-year transfers, including R.J. Evans in 2012-13, Lasan Kromah in 2013-14, and both Sterling Gibbs and Shonn Miller in 2015-16. With Anderson eligible only one year, UConn can look ahead to recruiting guards from the Class of 2018.
Courtesy of: courant.com   




Nathaniel
Musters
Nathaniel Musters joins Aris Leeuwarden - 39 minutes ago
Nathaniel Musters (6'10''-C-93, college: Lafayette) signed a contract to play for Aris Leeuwarden in the dutch Eredivisie for next Season. Musters is originally from Australia, but also has a dutch passport. He spend his College career with NCAA 1 Lafayette. In his Rookie Season last year, Musters played in Ireland. Currently he suits up for Gladstone Port City Power in the australian QBL.   [read more]

Dejon
Jarreau
Jarreau and Gresham joining Houston in 2018-19 - 14 hours ago
Dejon Jarreau (6'3''-G) and Brison Gresham (6'9''-F/C) announced in April that after playing one season for the UMass Minutemen, they'd be taking their talents elsewhere. The tandem apparently found a new landing spot, according to the latest report. On Saturday, it was reported that the duo will join the Houston Cougars for the 2018-19 season, according to Joseph Duarte, who noted that the pair of players will head to JUCO for one year to clear up academic issues. Jarreau - a combo guard...   [read more]

Zoran Talley
Iowa State adds graduate transfer Zoran Talley - 1 day ago
Iowa State added a scoring option on Thursday night, one who is eligible immediately. Zoran Talley(6'7''-F), who spent his first three seasons at Old Dominion, will join the Cyclones as a graduate transfer this season. 'We are excited to add Zoran to our program,' Iowa State head coach Steve Prohm said in a statement issued by the athletic department. 'He has had great success, both personally and as a team, at ODU and will be an asset for our team. Zoran brings versatility on both ends o...   [read more]


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