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I have got to believe that Darrell is looking hard at the transfer portal and working hard to contact players he think will be helpful. I have to believe that players that were signed by Arkansas like Henderson and Darious Hall (most recently at DePaul) and Auburn like Javon Franklin would be very good Sun Belt players. Maybe a particular player may not fit our needs at the moment. Maybe we know a certain player is a "problem". Otherwise, I don't see why we wouldn't be going hard after these local guys.

I saw Memphis had a few transfers, at least one of which went to USA. I know Darrell is friends with Penny Hardaway, although there may be coaches that are closer to Penny. Still it would be nice if he sent someone our way. Of course, a coach may have no influence on a player who he ran off or is leaving because he does not like the coach.
04-07-2021 04:30 PM
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