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Chappy Online
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
The big losses for ECU are Caleb White and Andre Washington, who were 2 of our top 3 guys in minutes played.

We'll have to wait and see who transfers.
03-21-2017 08:24 AM
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
Temple Loses:
Daniel Dingle SF- 12.6 PPG 38% 3pt
Mark Williams- PF 6.1 PPG
Mike Robbins SF- Former Walk-on that played sparingly

Honestly, Mark Williams is addition by subtraction.

Temple Returns:
Starters
PG R-SR Josh Brown- Redshirt this year due to injury. Big addition.
SG JR. Shizz Alston.- Took a huge step forward this year
SF SO. Quinton Rose- 1st Team All-AAC Freshman Team
PF SR Obi Enechionya- Needs to put a whole season together.
C SO Damion Moore- Showed get promise. Needs to improve on defensive end.

Bench
PG SO Alani Moore- Offensive spark plug off of bench
C JR. Ernest Aflakpui- Consistent defensive presence.
SG SR Isaiah Lewis- Hasn't contributed
SG R-SO Ayan Nunez Carvalho- Argentinian G. May see some minutes next year.

Recruits
Temple is bringing in 4 pretty strong recruits. This may be considered Dunphy's best class on paper. I expect Moorman and Perry to contribute immediately. Pierre-Louis might as well.
PG/SG Nate Pierre-Louis Offers
SF Dre Perry Offers
SF JP Moorman Offers
PF/C Justyn Hamilton Offers
03-21-2017 08:25 AM
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-20-2017 10:24 PM)Downtown Shocker Brown Wrote:  Wichita State loses Senior Walk-ons JR Simon and Zach Bush. Adds JUCO AA PG and a Danish 7' center.

Wait, am I too soon? But seriously, everyone else is back.
I like the cut of your jib.

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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-21-2017 08:17 AM)Knights_of_UCF Wrote:  UCF - Cliffs - return everyone valuable except Matt, bring in a ton of exciting transfers and get a couple guys back from redshirt injuries

Returnees:
BJ Taylor - Starter
Tacko Fall - Starter
AJ Davis - Starter
Chad Brown
Chance McSpadden -- sitting out with injury

Loses:
Tank Efianayi - limited minutes due to injury to end the year
Matt Williams - elite shooter
Nick Banyard

Newcomers:
Terell Allen - transfer from Drexel
Ceasar Dejesus - Redshirt
Dayon Griffin - Transfer from LA Tech
Aubrey Dawkins - Transfer from Michigan
Rokas Ulvydas - Transfer from Texas Tech
Kani Coles - Freshman signee
Myles Douglas - Freshman signee
Daniel LEwis - Freshman signee

Because Johnny Dawkins son (Aubrey) is suppose to go off scholarship next year to be classified as a walk on, that will give Coach an "extra" scholarship to use and he is looking for another big if possible.
03-21-2017 08:39 AM
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-20-2017 10:19 PM)Nevadanatural Wrote:  Tulsa loses senior Pat Birt and two players to be named later (recruited over). They add Curran Scott (transfer from UNCC) who averaged 10.5 points and 2 assists per game at Charlotte on 45% shooting (44% 3-pointers), Daquan Jeffries who played at ORU as a freshman and played JUCO last year, Elijah Joiner from Chicago Curie, and Darien Jackson from Overland Park Kansas.

The only starters that I think are set in stone are Sterling Taplin at point, Junior Etou and Martins Igbanu at forward. I think there will be a lot of competition at SG and Wing.

I'm not 100% sold that Igbanu or Taplin will start the entire season.
03-21-2017 09:21 AM
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(03-20-2017 10:36 PM)Pony94 Wrote:  Sterling Brown and Ben Moore

Gain Jimmy Whitt a transfer from Arkansas and we are on some great graduate transfers

Seems like Semi is staying (for now)

Freshman coming in are good too

You forgot SMU is also adding USF transfer Jahmal McMurray. Eligible in December.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-21-2017 08:39 AM)KnightLight Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 08:17 AM)Knights_of_UCF Wrote:  UCF - Cliffs - return everyone valuable except Matt, bring in a ton of exciting transfers and get a couple guys back from redshirt injuries

Returnees:
BJ Taylor - Starter
Tacko Fall - Starter
AJ Davis - Starter
Chad Brown
Chance McSpadden -- sitting out with injury

Loses:
Tank Efianayi - limited minutes due to injury to end the year
Matt Williams - elite shooter
Nick Banyard

Newcomers:
Terell Allen - transfer from Drexel
Ceasar Dejesus - Redshirt
Dayon Griffin - Transfer from LA Tech
Aubrey Dawkins - Transfer from Michigan
Rokas Ulvydas - Transfer from Texas Tech
Kani Coles - Freshman signee
Myles Douglas - Freshman signee
Daniel LEwis - Freshman signee

Because Johnny Dawkins son (Aubrey) is suppose to go off scholarship next year to be classified as a walk on, that will give Coach an "extra" scholarship to use and he is looking for another big if possible.

This looks really good for next year.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
UConn Loses:
Rodney Purvis: 13.8 PPG
Amida Brimah 7.6 PPG
Kentan Facey: 8.5 PPG

Projected Starters:
PG: Alterique Gilbert - RS Freshman - Injured this year
SG: Jalen Adams - Junior - 14.4 PPG 1st Team All-AAC
SF: Terry Larrier - RS Sophomore? Possibly Junior? - Injured this year
PF: Vance Jackson - Soph - 8.1 PPG - All-AAC Rookie Team
Center: Steve Enoch - Junior - 3.4 PPG - Biggest Question mark position wise by far

Returning Non-Starters:
PG: Christian Vital - Soph - 9.1 PPG
C/PF: Juwan Durham - Soph - 1.6 PPG
PF: Mamadou Diarra - RS Freshman - Injured all year

Newcomers:
Makai Ashton-Langford - PG - #32 recruit in nation
Tyler Polley - PF - #139 recruit in nation
Josh Carlton - C - #189 recruit in nation
Eric Cobb - PF/C - Incoming Junior Transfer from JUCO school
03-21-2017 10:30 AM
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(03-21-2017 09:21 AM)invisiblehand Wrote:  
(03-20-2017 10:19 PM)Nevadanatural Wrote:  Tulsa loses senior Pat Birt and two players to be named later (recruited over). They add Curran Scott (transfer from UNCC) who averaged 10.5 points and 2 assists per game at Charlotte on 45% shooting (44% 3-pointers), Daquan Jeffries who played at ORU as a freshman and played JUCO last year, Elijah Joiner from Chicago Curie, and Darien Jackson from Overland Park Kansas.

The only starters that I think are set in stone are Sterling Taplin at point, Junior Etou and Martins Igbanu at forward. I think there will be a lot of competition at SG and Wing.

I'm not 100% sold that Igbanu or Taplin will start the entire season.

I can see an argument for Magnay getting healthy and developing further over the summer and possibly taking that spot but as of right now Igbanu has the spot and the skills to do well there on both ends. Who do you see that could replace Taplin in the lineup? Joiner might push for Wheeler's or Birt's spot but he's not a point even though he does have a good handle.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-21-2017 12:00 PM)Nevadanatural Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 09:21 AM)invisiblehand Wrote:  
(03-20-2017 10:19 PM)Nevadanatural Wrote:  Tulsa loses senior Pat Birt and two players to be named later (recruited over). They add Curran Scott (transfer from UNCC) who averaged 10.5 points and 2 assists per game at Charlotte on 45% shooting (44% 3-pointers), Daquan Jeffries who played at ORU as a freshman and played JUCO last year, Elijah Joiner from Chicago Curie, and Darien Jackson from Overland Park Kansas.

The only starters that I think are set in stone are Sterling Taplin at point, Junior Etou and Martins Igbanu at forward. I think there will be a lot of competition at SG and Wing.

I'm not 100% sold that Igbanu or Taplin will start the entire season.

I can see an argument for Magnay getting healthy and developing further over the summer and possibly taking that spot but as of right now Igbanu has the spot and the skills to do well there on both ends. Who do you see that could replace Taplin in the lineup? Joiner might push for Wheeler's or Birt's spot but he's not a point even though he does have a good handle.

The kid from KC could compete for that starting PG spot. It will just depend on how consistent Taplin is, and how quickly the KC kid can adapt to the college level. Technically, he's our "best" ranked recruit though.
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