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RE: 2019-20 MAC Basketball Transfers (Updated)
NIU Update:

NIU 2020 recruit Jarvis Walker II has committed to Purdue Fort Wayne. Walker II is a 2* PG recruit from Muskegon, MI (6'0" 160).

NIU 2020 recruit Aaron Ulis has committed to Iowa. Ulis is a 3* PG recruit from Marian Catholic in Chicago Heights (5'9" 155).
08-06-2019 10:31 PM
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RE: 2019-20 MAC Basketball Transfers (Updated)
Update:

Okay. So this is more just an obsession of mine, but I have to report this even though it has nothing to do with NIU or the MAC.

Jordan Guest (3* 6'9" PF) has announced his transfer from Boston University to...........Tallahassee Community College.

If you remember back a couple months, I noted that a number of MAC players were transferring to TCC. Well, here's another. To date, TCC has added (all from D-1 programs):

DeAndre Gholston (Kent State)
Christian Guess (Missouri)
Jordan Guest (Boston University)
Eric Hester (Akron)
Isaih Moore (College of Charleston)
Tariq Silver (Eastern Michigan)
Daivon Stephens (Eastern Michigan)

That's 7 D-1 recruits that have transferred to Tallahassee Community College to play next season. SEVEN!!!!

Granted, none of these guys made any type of impact for their teams last season but they were all D-1 recruits and two of them (Guest and Hester) were 3* recruits.

I just find this whole thing interesting. Thanks for indulging me.
08-10-2019 02:13 PM
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RE: 2019-20 MAC Basketball Transfers (Updated)
NIU Update:

Brandon Danowski has announced his transfer to Lawrence University in Appleton, WI. Lawrence is a D-III program.
08-13-2019 07:59 PM
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RE: 2019-20 MAC Basketball Transfers (Updated)
(08-10-2019 02:13 PM)Big Red Wrote:  Update:

Okay. So this is more just an obsession of mine, but I have to report this even though it has nothing to do with NIU or the MAC.

Jordan Guest (3* 6'9" PF) has announced his transfer from Boston University to...........Tallahassee Community College.

If you remember back a couple months, I noted that a number of MAC players were transferring to TCC. Well, here's another. To date, TCC has added (all from D-1 programs):

DeAndre Gholston (Kent State)
Christian Guess (Missouri)
Jordan Guest (Boston University)
Eric Hester (Akron)
Isaih Moore (College of Charleston)
Tariq Silver (Eastern Michigan)
Daivon Stephens (Eastern Michigan)

That's 7 D-1 recruits that have transferred to Tallahassee Community College to play next season. SEVEN!!!!

Granted, none of these guys made any type of impact for their teams last season but they were all D-1 recruits and two of them (Guest and Hester) were 3* recruits.

I just find this whole thing interesting. Thanks for indulging me.
I wonder how much they are paying them.

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RE: 2019-20 MAC Basketball Transfers (Updated)
(08-14-2019 05:20 PM)Teamduh Wrote:  
(08-10-2019 02:13 PM)Big Red Wrote:  Update:

Okay. So this is more just an obsession of mine, but I have to report this even though it has nothing to do with NIU or the MAC.

Jordan Guest (3* 6'9" PF) has announced his transfer from Boston University to...........Tallahassee Community College.

If you remember back a couple months, I noted that a number of MAC players were transferring to TCC. Well, here's another. To date, TCC has added (all from D-1 programs):

DeAndre Gholston (Kent State)
Christian Guess (Missouri)
Jordan Guest (Boston University)
Eric Hester (Akron)
Isaih Moore (College of Charleston)
Tariq Silver (Eastern Michigan)
Daivon Stephens (Eastern Michigan)

That's 7 D-1 recruits that have transferred to Tallahassee Community College to play next season. SEVEN!!!!

Granted, none of these guys made any type of impact for their teams last season but they were all D-1 recruits and two of them (Guest and Hester) were 3* recruits.

I just find this whole thing interesting. Thanks for indulging me.
I wonder how much they are paying them.

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Possibly nothing. I'm guessing this coach has some serious D-1 connections and is promising these guys transfers back to D-1 next season. I mean, how can this not be a national powerhouse in the JUCO level? They're going to get attention and they'll probably win a **** ton of games. I don't know, maybe he is paying them. But with all the heat on the NCAA right now, seems like a risky time to be paying guys who played almost 0 minutes for a bunch of MAC schools and some other mid-majors.

I'd just almost bet this guy is connected. Although, I've looked over his resumé and absolutely nothing stands out as him having any ties anywhere, but there has to be something.

I just did a google search looking for any articles written on them and the only one I found that was relevant just went over how this coach is in his first year and is keeping only 1 player from last years team on the roster. They mention the high number of D-1 transfers but whoever wrote the article just kinda highlights it and states that the goal of the program/coach is to win at a high level.
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RE: 2019-20 MAC Basketball Transfers (Updated)
(08-15-2019 04:36 PM)Big Red Wrote:  
(08-14-2019 05:20 PM)Teamduh Wrote:  
(08-10-2019 02:13 PM)Big Red Wrote:  Update:

Okay. So this is more just an obsession of mine, but I have to report this even though it has nothing to do with NIU or the MAC.

Jordan Guest (3* 6'9" PF) has announced his transfer from Boston University to...........Tallahassee Community College.

If you remember back a couple months, I noted that a number of MAC players were transferring to TCC. Well, here's another. To date, TCC has added (all from D-1 programs):

DeAndre Gholston (Kent State)
Christian Guess (Missouri)
Jordan Guest (Boston University)
Eric Hester (Akron)
Isaih Moore (College of Charleston)
Tariq Silver (Eastern Michigan)
Daivon Stephens (Eastern Michigan)

That's 7 D-1 recruits that have transferred to Tallahassee Community College to play next season. SEVEN!!!!

Granted, none of these guys made any type of impact for their teams last season but they were all D-1 recruits and two of them (Guest and Hester) were 3* recruits.

I just find this whole thing interesting. Thanks for indulging me.
I wonder how much they are paying them.

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Possibly nothing. I'm guessing this coach has some serious D-1 connections and is promising these guys transfers back to D-1 next season. I mean, how can this not be a national powerhouse in the JUCO level? They're going to get attention and they'll probably win a **** ton of games. I don't know, maybe he is paying them. But with all the heat on the NCAA right now, seems like a risky time to be paying guys who played almost 0 minutes for a bunch of MAC schools and some other mid-majors.

I'd just almost bet this guy is connected. Although, I've looked over his resumé and absolutely nothing stands out as him having any ties anywhere, but there has to be something.

I just did a google search looking for any articles written on them and the only one I found that was relevant just went over how this coach is in his first year and is keeping only 1 player from last years team on the roster. They mention the high number of D-1 transfers but whoever wrote the article just kinda highlights it and states that the goal of the program/coach is to win at a high level.
Big Red, I was just being whimsical with my response but you may be on to something here.

Keep digging. Follow the money.


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