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I guess Verbal Commits is a little slow...
if the Democrat-Gazette beat them to the news that Darious Hall is transferring to UCA. The Demozette is not exactly quick on reporting news on in-State teams other than UAF. I have to believe that we are trying to sign a transfer or 2, but have no idea what our level of interest was on Hall or the other Arkansas kids in the Transfer Portal. On the surface, all appear to have the talent to play here but who knows what other "issues" they may have. I remember, in the past, I had tended to view transfers as potential "problems" since they obviously didn't "fit in" at their previous school. I obviously don't view transfers the same way, at this point in time, but whether or not they are a fit for our program is still an important question to consider.
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