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Arkansas transfer Darious Hall has heard from West Virginia, Memphis, Dayton, DePaul, Creighton, Western Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, Iowa State, Nevada, UAB, Louisiana Tech, South Alabama, Georgia Southern and others

Are we among the "others". Would we want this kid? I saw somewhere that he is visiting DePaul. Wonder how serious schools like WVU, Memphis, and Tenn really are. DePaul hasn't done much since Ray Meyer. What's that, 35 years ago?
04-17-2018 04:39 PM
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RE: Transfers
Their last winning season was 2006-07. Nine of the last ten seasons have had at least 20 losses. However, under Ray Meyer they went to the Sweet 16 eight times and to the Elite Eight twice.
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