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  1. https://sports.yahoo.com/chargers-claim-cb-kemon-hall-205832406.html
  2. https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article251194254.html
  3. Three Charleston Southern football players were named first-team All-Big South for their performances in the spring season. Offensive lineman Daviyon McDaniel, defensive lineman Shaundre Mims and defensive back Cody Cline were recognized by the conference office on April 20. McDaniel, a redshirt junior, started all four games at left guard for the Bucs and helped pave the way for the offense to average 347.5 yards per game. Link: https://www.postandcourier.com/berkeley-independent/sports/bucs-will-go-to-florida-state-in-2024/article_47de9624-a203-11eb-868e-e37bb19a21f5.html
  4. Those are very nice parking spaces. Congrats.
  5. Looks like he is contributing at Odessa College: https://www.wranglersports.com/sports/mbkb/2020-21/bios/alcindor_shakeem_7c30
  6. Drake men's basketball has added the veteran point guard it was looking for. Ayo Akinwole, a University of Nebraska-Omaha graduate transfer, announced his commitment to the Bulldogs via Twitter on Thursday. The 6-foot point guard started 52 of 120 games played over four years at Omaha, and he started all 25 last year, averaging 13 points, 3.6 points and 2.9 assists per game while shooting 45.6% from long range. One of the better shooters in the transfer portal, Akinwole, who shot 41.6% on 3s during his four years at Omaha, also fielded interest from Bradley, Southern Illinois, UAB, U
  7. Braden Smith offered by Purdue The recruitment of Westfield guard Braden Smith shifted significantly Monday evening when Purdue offered a scholarship during a Zoom call. Smith, a 6-foot guard who averaged 22.0 points and 6.2 assists as a junior while shooting 45.1% from the 3-point line, had previous offers from IUPUI, Appalachian State, Belmont, Montana, North Texas and Toledo. Purdue is the first high-major offer for Smith but certainly not the last. The Boilermakers, who have IndyStar Mr. Basketball Caleb Furst and runner-up Trey Kaufman-Renn signed in the 2021 class, along wi
  8. F Miyah Verse Arizona Elite Prep (Arizona) espnW rating: Four stars The 6-foot Verse has good size on the perimeter, serious leaping ability and an emerging skill set. Her shooting, defensive talent and finishing skills at the rim set her up as one of her class' top rising prospects. She averaged 13.2 points and 9.8 rebounds as a sophomore. Verse can draw fouls when she attacks the paint because defenders have to respect her shooting. She has a relentlessly slashing type of game on the offensive end, and her speed, explosiveness and willingness to defend project very well at the
  9. Wow we just lost a starting tackle to the portal! Can you say OUCH?
  10. "There's good players out there," he continued. "There's going to be good players a week from now. There's going to be good players a month from now. Transfer portal is nuts. The JUCO route, the high school kids—we're all navigating this and trying to figure this out." Over the course of the three years Terry was at the helm, the program saw 18 players enter the transfer portal. The new coaching staff will prioritize retention to establish continuity within the roster, despite the ever-growing transfer portal. "Retention is a big deal," Golding stated. "Look at North Texas. I've stud
  11. Shadrach Banks' time at Texas A&M apparently is over after less than four months. Per multiple reports Monday, the wide receiver from North Shore is leaving the Aggies and entering the transfer portal. AL.com was first to report Banks' plans. Banks had started at Texas A&M in January as an early enrollee. A member of two state championship teams at North Shore, he had verbally committed to the Aggies in August 2019. Read more: https://www.houstonchronicle.com/texas-sports-nation/college/article/Shadrach-Banks-leaving-Texas-A-M-football-16130252.php
  12. Within two weeks, four Fresno State women’s basketball players have transferred to different programs. Seniors Aly Gamez and Maddi Utti and sophomores Brooke Walling and Kendyll Kinzer announced they found new homes for the upcoming season. Gamez announced on April 7 that she will be attending Conference USA member school, North Texas. The school is just 36 miles away from her hometown of Irving, Texas. “We are bringing another star guard back home,” North Texas head coach Jalie Mitchell said in a news release. “Aly’s winning mentality and dedication to the game, as well as he
  13. Coffeyville (27-3) was led by a career performance from its 6-foot-10 freshman center Blaise Keita, a 2022 Nebraska commit, who erupted for a career-high 27 points on 13-of-16 shooting to go along with nine rebounds. Guard Tylor Perry, a North Texas commit, was named tournament MVP and added 18 points in the title game. Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/sports/college/state-college-sports/article250929189.html#storylink=cpy Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/sports/college/state-college-sports/article250929189.html#storylink=cpy
  14. Lee played two seasons at Chattanooga before transferring to North Texas. From 2017-19, Lee appeared in 55 games for the Mocs with 14 starts and recorded 142 points, 87 rebounds, 14 assists and 10 blocks. She sat out 2019-20 due to the NCAA transfer rules but averaged 4.9 points and 2.7 rebounds while shooting 43.5 percent from the floor during the 2020-21 season. "Being able to add Rochelle to the team is big for us," Robinson said. "She's an athletic post that can play multiple positions. Her ability to defend at a high level and run the floor in transitions fits into our style of play.
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