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Transfers eligible 2013-2014

Just wondering if anyone knows where to find a link to the list of transfers. Or even knows the main ones off by hand. I've tried to look it up but I've had know luck.


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Here is a transfer list

Jeff Goodman did from the summer. Not exactly everyone eligible for 2013-14, just a bunch of names that transferred and many are likely eligible for 2013-14:

http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/blog/eye-on-college-basketball/18443369/2012-end-of-year-updated-transfer-list-300-plus-and-growing

Here are some names of transfers that I know of that are eligible for next year:

Hope this helped a bit. Probably not all of them, just a few of the bigger names and some of the guys who "up-transferred". Guessing there were some mid-season transfers who are likely to be eligible as well, not to mention players who could become immediately eligible with the "senior year grad" transfer rule or for hardship reasons.

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http://collegehoopsupdate.com

http://collegehoopsupdate.com/html/transfer_search_result.php?Type=1&year=2013-14

Incoming 2013-14 Transfers

Name
Pos
HT/WT
Previous College
Transfer College

Geoffrey Allen
SF
6-6/180
Eastern Washington
Illinois State

Chip Armelin
SG
6-3/195
Minnesota
Southern Mississippi

Kelsey Barlow
SF
6-5/195
Purdue
Illinois-Chicago

Gilvydas Biruta
PF
6-8/245
Rutgers
Rhode Island

Perris Blackwell
PF
6-9/280
San Francisco
Washington

Aaron Brown
SG
6-5/210
Temple
Southern Mississippi

Carlton Brundidge
PG
6-2/200
Michigan
Detroit

Mitch Bruneel
SG
6-5/205
Utah State
Utah Valley State

Rakeem Buckles
SF
6-7/215
Louisville
Florida International

Kyle Cain
PF
6-7/210
Arizona State
UNC-Greensboro

Austin Carroll
SG
6-3/205
Rutgers
American

David Chadwick
PF
6-8/210
Rice
Valparaiso

Colton Christian
SF
6-6/215
Michigan
Florida International

Jordan Clarkson
SG
6-4/180
Tulsa
Missouri

Kadeem Coleby
PF
6-9/250
Louisiana-Lafayette
Wichita State

Gerard Coleman
SG
6-3/175
Providence
Gonzaga

Carson Desrosiers
C
7-0/250
Wake Forest
Providence

Ben Dickinson
PF
6-9/230
Binghamton
Loyola Marymount

Gilles Dierickx
C
6-11/220
Florida International
Washington

Marvin Dominique
SF
6-7/215
Fordham
Saint Peter's

Tim Douglas
PG
5-10/160
Portland
Portland State

Alex Dragicevich
SG
6-7/220
Notre Dame
Boston College

Dominique Dunning
SG
6-3/200
New Mexico
UC Irvine

Richie Edwards
SF
6-7/225
Valparaiso
Arizona State

Dylan Ennis
PG
6-2/180
Rice
Villanova

Anthony Fields
PG
6-1/160
Wake Forest
Bradley

Dorian Finney-Smith
SF
6-8/205
Virginia Tech
Florida

Cameron Forte
SF
6-6/195
Texas Tech
Northern Arizona

Michael Gbinije
SF
6-7/200
Duke
Syracuse

Sterling Gibbs
SG
6-1/185
Texas
Seton Hall

Anthony Gill
PF
6-8/230
South Carolina
Virginia

Ron Giplaye
PF
6-6/230
Providence
East Tennessee State

Matt Glover
SG
6-5/210
Penn State
San Francisco

Derrick Gordon
SG
6-3/190
Western Kentucky
Massachusetts

Seth Grennan
PG
6-2/170
Seton Hall
Fairfield

Omari Grier
SG
6-4/180
Florida Atlantic
Bradley

Cezar Guerrero
PG
6-0/175
Oklahoma State
Fresno State

Charles Hankerson
SG
6-5/220
Alabama
Wyoming

Hector Harold
SF
6-7/205
Pepperdine
Vermont

K.T. Harrell
SG
6-4/215
Virginia
Auburn

Alandise Harris
SF
6-6/230
Houston
Arkansas

Damontre Harris
PF
6-10/230
South Carolina
Florida

Rayvon Harris
SG
6-4/200
Rhode Island
Niagara

Tyler Harris
SF
6-9/215
North Carolina State
Providence

Crandall Head
SG
6-4/180
Illinois
Southern Methodist

Grant Hefeng
PF
6-8/225
Fresno State
Norfolk State

Naji Hibbert
SG
6-5/195
Texas A&M
Gardner-Webb

Nate Hicks
C
6-10/220
Georgia Tech
Florida Gulf Coast

Ralph Hill
SF
6-6/210
Dayton
Akron

Devon Hodges
PF
6-7/225
Bradley
LIU-Brooklyn

Rodney Hood
SF
6-8/210
Mississippi State
Duke

Max Hooper
SF
6-6/200
Harvard
Saint Johns

Chrishawn Hopkins
PG
6-1/170
Butler
Wright State

Garrett Jackson
SF
6-6/225
Southern California
Saint Marys

Avery Johnson
PG
6-3/180
San Francisco
Holy Cross

Melvin Johnson
SG
6-5/165
Texas-San Antonio
Arkansas State

Jamail Jones
SF
6-6/210
Marquette
Florida Gulf Coast

Maurice Jones
PG
5-7/155
Southern California
Iowa State

Markus Kennedy
PF
6-9/260
Villanova
Southern Methodist

Ryan Kilcullen
SF
6-7/205
Boston College
William & Mary

Brett Kingma
PG
6-1/165
Oregon
Washington State

Willy Kouassi
C
6-10/220
Auburn
Kennesaw State

Khalid Lewis
PG
6-3/185
Delaware
La Salle

Trey Lewis
PG
6-1/175
Penn State
Cleveland State

Merv Lindsay
SF
6-7/205
Kansas
New Mexico

Cody Mann
PG
5-11/170
Colorado State
Florida International

Wayne Martin
PF
6-7/200
Central Florida
Southeast Missouri State

Karam Mashour
SF
6-6/200
UNLV
Morehead State

George Matthews
SG
6-5/220
Utah
Texas-San Antonio

Austin McBroom
PG
6-0/165
Central Michigan
Saint Louis

Eric McClellan
SG
6-4/180
Tulsa
Vanderbilt

T.J. McConnell
PG
6-1/190
Duquesne
Arizona

Tommie McCune
SF
6-8/190
West Virginia
Northern Illinois

Griffin McKenzie
PF
6-9/240
Xavier`
Denver

Alfonzo McKinnie
PF
6-8/200
Eastern Illinois
Wisconsin-Green Bay

Steve McWhorter
PG
6-2/185
Indiana State
Wisconsin-Milwaukee

DeShon Minnis
SG
6-3/185
Texas Tech
Rhode Island

Alexis Moore
PG
6-2/180
Southern California
Pennsylvania

Josiah Moore
SF
6-5/200
Nebraska
Tennessee Tech

Nic Moore
PG
5-9/170
Illinois State
Southern Methodist

Khalil Murphy
PF
6-7/235
San Francisco
Long Island

Emerson Murray
PG
6-3/195
California
Seattle

Julysses Nobles
PG
6-1/175
Arkansas
Jackson State

Eric Norman
SF
6-6/190
Southern Methodist
Montana State

Igor Nujic
PF
6-8/215
Texas-San Antonio
UC-Davis

Mychal Parker
SF
6-5/195
Maryland
Loyola (MD)

Michael Perez
SG
6-3/190
Texas-El Paso
Nevada

Terran Petteway
SF
6-6/200
Texas Tech
Nebraska

Walter Pitchford
PF
6-10/230
Florida
Nebraska

Justin Raffington
C
6-9/225
San Francisco
Florida Atlantic

Jordan Railey
PF
6-10/265
Iowa State
Washington State

Jaqawn Raymond
SG
6-4/195
North Carolina State
Middle Tennessee State

Jarelle Reischel
SF
6-6/215
Rice
Rhode Island

Rayvonte Rice
SG
6-4/240
Drake
Illinois

Jeremiah Samarrippas
PG
5-10/160
Southern Methodist
Tennessee Tech

Treg Setty
PF
6-9/220
Southern Illinois
Ohio

Keith Shamburger
PG
5-11/170
San Jose State
Hawaii

Jordan Sibert
SG
6-4/185
Ohio State
Dayton

Tavon Sledge
PG
5-9/175
Iowa State
Iona

Adam Smith
PG
6-1/170
UNC Wilmington
Virginia Tech

Roscoe Smith
SF
6-8/205
Connecticut
UNLV

Evan Smotrycz
PF
6-9/235
Michigan
Maryland

Ovie Soko
PF
6-8/220
UAB
Duquesne

Antwan Space
SF
6-8/230
Florida State
Texas A&M

Ryan Spangler
PF
6-8/225
Gonzaga
Oklahoma

Matt Stainbrook
C
6-9/275
Western Michigan
Xavier

Shaquille Stokes
PG
5-10/175
Hawaii
Hofstra

Mike Talley
PG
5-11/180
Duquesne
Eastern Michigan

Adam Thoseby
SG
6-4/190
Utah State
South Dakota

Emmanuel Tselentakis
SG
6-4/190
Saint Louis
NJIT

Ralston Turner
SG
6-5/210
Louisiana State
North Carolina State

Isiah Umipig
SG
6-0/195
Cal State-Fullerton
Seattle

Kirk Van Slyke
PF
6-9/225
Houston
Arkansas State

Wes Washpun
PG
6-1/170
Tennessee
Northern Iowa

J.D. Weatherspoon
SF
6-6/215
Ohio State
Toledo

Michael Williams
SG
6-0/170
San Francisco
Cal State Fullerton

Javarez Willis
SG
5-11/170
Texas Tech
Ohio

David Wishon
C
7-2/255
Tulsa
College of Charleston

Johnny Zuppardo
PF
6-8/210
Arkansas State
Southern Mississippi

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Pepperdine to Vermont?

I don't know you Hector, but if I were you, I would stay at Pepperdine!

Hector Harold
SF
6-7/205
Pepperdine
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Rodney Hood was getting Grant

Rodney Hood was getting Grant Hill comparisons last summer, let's see how they translate from Mississippi state to Duke. It leads to the intriguing situation of having Rodney Hood and Jabari Parker, looking at history Parker will probably play power forward but they have some overlapping abilities, both can play a little point forward, Jabari better scorer, Rodney better athlete and defender, but both should fit into the Duke system as great team players.

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