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Monday, July 28, 2008

Summit League recruiting

Here is a look at the recruiting classes of all the other Summit League men's basketball teams. I included transfers, which there are a lot of. Hopefully I got everybody for each team. If there is somebody I missed then the school did a good job of hiding them from me on their site.

Centenary
Brandon Harris, 6-9 230, F — transfer from Duquesne, will be eligible this season, four years eligibility
Gary Redus, 6-6, G — transfer from Marion Military Institute – 10.4 points, 2.2 assists, three years eligibility
Roman Tubner, 6-0, G — transfer from Marion Military Institute – 3.5 points, 1.9 assists, three years eligibility
Daman Starring, 6-4, 190, G — freshman from El Toro HS in Lake Forest, Calif.
Willie Woods, 6-3, 190 — freshman from Greenhill School, Dallas, Texas

IPFW
Nick Daniels, 6-2, 190, G — transfer from Highland Community College, 6 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists
Demond Dedeaux, 5-10, 160, G — freshman from O.P. Walker HS in New Orleans
Brandon Gaines, 6-4, 185, G — freshman from Boyd Anderson HS in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. – 16.7 points, 7 rebounds
Terry Bembry, 6-7, F — freshman Bush HS in Houston, Texas
Jeremy Mixon, 6-2, G — freshman from Northwest HS in Indianapolis
John Peckinpaugh, 6-5, G — freshman from Muncie, Indiana
Trey McCorkle, 6-11, C — freshman from Danville, Illinois
Deilvez Yearby, 6-6, 205, F — transfer from Kansas State (Detroit Central HS) – two years eligibility, eligible this season
Aaron Richie, 6-7, 200, G — transfer from Central Michigan, two years eligibility, eligible this season

IUPUI
Aaron Morris, 6-6, 215, G— freshman Madison HS, Richmond, Kentucky
Anthony Williams, 6-8, 240, F – transfer from Western Community College, three years eligibility
Robert Glenn, 6-7, 195 — transfer from Wabash Valley J.C. – two years eligibility
Larry Stone, 5-9, 170 — freshman from Howe HS in Indianapolis
Alex Young, 6-5, 185 — freshman from Northwest HS in Indianapolis
Jason Smeather, 6-8, 200 — non-scholarship freshman from Greenwood, Ind.

UMKC
Trey McKinney-Jones, 6-4, 195, G — freshman from South Milwaukee HS
Femi Akinpetide, 6-6, 215, F — freshman from Monteverde Academy, Fla.
Dustin Dibble, 6-4, 190 G — freshman from Petoskey, Michigan
Latreze Mushatt, 6-5, 210, F — freshman from Saginaw Arthur Hill, Michigan
Jay Couisnard, 6-6, 190 F — transfer from Evansville, not eligible until 2009-10
Bakari Lewis, 6-1, 175, G — transfer from Nicholls State – will be eligible second semester

North Dakota State
Andy Nagel, 6-9, 245, F — freshman from Fort Dodge, Iowa
Dejuan Flowers, 6-7 — transfer from Mount San Jacinto J.C. in Calif. – 13 points, 7 rebounds, three years eligibility

Oral Roberts
Beloved Rogers, 6-2, 200, G — freshman from New Hampton Prep, N.H.
Reggie Guyton, 5-11, 175, G — transfer from College of Southern Idaho, two years eligibility, 7.3 points, 3.7 assists
Scottie Farrington, 6-7, 215, F — freshman from Christian Life Center, Texas
Tim Morton, 6-9, 268, F/C — freshman from Cornerstone Christian, Texas
Dominique Morrison, 6-6, 205, F — freshman from Raytown HS in Kansas City
Damen Bell-Holter, 6-9, 240, F/C — freshman from Ketchikan, Alaska
Kevin Ford, 6-9, 240, F — transfer from Ball State, will be eligible second semester, two years eligibility

South Dakota State
Griffin Callahan, 6-4, 200, G — freshman from Seneca, Ill.
Anthony Davis, 6-10, 240, F —transfer from Southwestern CC
James Rader, 6-7, 220, G/F — freshman from Littleton, Colo.
Brandon DeBoer, 6-6, 215, F — transfer from Jamestown College, N.D., practiced with team last season, two years eligibility

Southern Utah
Lucas Jones 6-9, 230, C – Volunteer State Community College (Tennessee) - 8.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, two years eligibility
Tyson Koehler, 6-7, 225, F — Grayson County Community College (Texas) – 9.6 points, 6.35 rebounds, three years eligibility
Cory Davis, 5-11, 175, G — New Mexico Junior College – 13.5 points, 4.1 assists, 2.2 rebounds, 1.2 steals, two years eligibility
Kemo Duncan, 6-7, 210, F — Spoon River Community College – 12.8 points, 6.3 rebounds, two years eligibility
Jake Nielson, 6-3, 200, G — Aurora, Colo. – will be freshman, originally committed to Colorado State, but went on church mission to Korea
Eules Thompson, 6-2, 170, G — Los Angeles Southwest College – 15.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.2 assists, two years eligibility
Byron Byrd, 6-5, 220, forward — New Mexico Military Institute — 12. 5 points, 4.3 rebounds, two years eligibility

Western Illinois
Quenton Kirby, 6-2, 185, G — transfer from McLennan C.C. in Texas, two years eligibility
Tommie Tyler, 6-3, 190, G — freshman from Langham Creek HS in Houston, Texas

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I definitely think OU has the biggest transfer in the entire summit in Larry Wright, too bad he won't be playing

July 31, 2008 at 2:18 PM 

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