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  • Anthony Tarke Transfer SF 6'6

    Tarke is leaving NJIT and transferring out according to Jeff Goodman. He has been in touch with UC. He would have to sit one and play two.
    Brent Wyrick
    92 Final Four Front Row
    @LobotC2DFW

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    It may be tough to land other high-major transfers like Kyle Washington, and grad transfers probably don't make a ton of sense for UC in most situations. But I think UC could do really well continuing to add transfers from lower-level teams a la Cane Broome. UC isn't able to bring in the 5 stars and don't get a ton of 4 stars. But they have a real shot to land a bunch of proven kids, sit them out a year, then offer some good playing time the following year. Like Washington stepping in after Ellis/DeBerry left, Broome coming in after Caupain/Johnson, and potentially another guard after Jenifer/Broome leave.

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    • #3
      Not a very good shooter for a guard, not to mention takes up a scholly for next year when we need some offense. We'll probably grab him because he's good on defense. lol.

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      • #4
        "Not a very good shooter" is an understatement. He shot a lot at NJIT, but didn't make many: 40.4% FG, 28.7% treys, 64.1% FT's.

        There has to be someone better.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by swilsonsp4 View Post
          "Not a very good shooter" is an understatement. He shot a lot at NJIT, but didn't make many: 40.4% FG, 28.7% treys, 64.1% FT's.

          There has to be someone better.
          Not so sure about that. When you are the man at a school like NJIT you get double teamed a lot, but you have to keep shooting and trying to create since you are by far the best option. That will not be the case here, being more selective may lead to better percentages. If he blends well with our offense he could work out well, I have to trust Mick with this one. UC has had a lot of good players shoot free throws at a worse percentage.

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