Top 150 Transfers / Top 25 Transfer Recruiting Classes

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Here are my top 150 transfers. Everyone is committed, minus Kim Aiken (Arizona). I believe he's had issues with grades. The images don't align. Oh well. I'll have to write it out in notepad next time.

For my top 25 transfer classes, I'm merely using a formula based on my transfer rankings.

Not perfect. Who would you have lower or higher?


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Honorable Mention: (counted for scoring in the top transfer recruiting classes)
Joey Baker, Michigan (Duke)
Kerin Walton, Texas Tech (North Carolina)
Rondel Walker, TCU (Oklahoma State)
Kaodirichi Akobundu, Memphis (UT Arlington)
Max Klesmit, Wisconsin (Wofford)
Rashool Diggins, Massachusetts (UConn)
Camren Wynter, Penn State (Drexel)
Nahiem Alleyne, UConn (Virginia Tech)
Felipe Haase, Southern Miss (Mercer)
Caleb Lohner, Baylor (BYU)
Luis Rodriguez, UNLV (Ole Miss)
Desi Sills, uncommitted (Arkansas State)
Cedric Henderson, ucommitted (Campbell)
Blake Hinson, Pittsburgh (Ole Miss)
Justin Hill, Georgia (Longwood)
Doug Edert, Bryant (Saint Peter's)
Shane Nowell, UNLV (Arizona)
Francisco Farabello, Creighton (TCU)
Hassan Diarra, UConn (Texas A&M)
Corey Floyd, Providence (UConn)
Tre King, Iowa State (Eastern Kentucky)
Mike Saunders, Utah (Cincinnati)
Devan Cambridge, Arizona State (Auburn)
Meechie Johnson, South Carolina (Ohio State)
Tre Gomillion, Missouri (Cleveland State)
Cam Hayes, LSU (NC State)
Derek Fountain, LSU (Missisppi State)
Tevin Brewer, Duquense (Florida International)
Moses Flowers, Saint Joseph's (Hartford)
Kalu Ezikpe, Cincinnati (Old Dominion)
Brandon Suggs, UCF (East Carolina)
Zeb Jackson, VCU (Michigan)
Javon Pickett, Saint Louis (Missouri)
Collin Holloway, Tulane (Georgetown)
Mylik Wilson, Houston (Texas Tech)
Ethan Anderson, Wyoming (USC)
Taylor Funk, Utah State (St. Joseph's)
Tyrell Roberts, San Francisco (Washington State)
Micah Parrish, San Diego State (Oakland)
Josiah Allick, New Mexico (Kansas City)
Jaxon Robinson, BYU (Arkansas)
Justin Ahrens, Loyola Marymount (Ohio State)
Dontaie Allen, Western Kentucky (Kentucky)
Khristian Lander, Western Kentucky (Indiana)
Tyler Cochran, Toledo (Ball State)
Antonio Daye, Coastal Carolina (Fordham)
Chauncey Hawkins, Bryant (St. Francis NY)
Tae Hardy, UTEP (Southern Miss)
Bryce Golden, Loyola Chicago (Butler)
 

dukedevilz

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SEC takes the top 3 spots in the transfer recruiting classes. Missouri has the #1 and #2 JUCO players coming in, FWIW.

I forgot to include Adam Miller's stats into LSU's lineup. I felt justified throwing him into my top 150 because he didn't log any minutes last year. Without Miller, Missouri would have the #1 transfer class.

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Honorable Mention: Texas, Cincinnati, Oregon, Wake Forest, Duke, San Diego, Creighton, Arizona
 

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Here's what it looks like when I copy it from Excel... Okay, this actually looks a lot better than the images lol.

Rank Player New School Previous School
1 Kendric Davis Memphis SMU
2 Nijel Pack Miami Kansas State
3 Terrence Shannon Illinois Texas Tech
4 Tyrese Hunter Texas Iowa State
5 David Jones St. John's DePaul
6 Isiaih Mosley Missouri Missouri State
7 Pete Nance North Carolina Northwestern
8 Malachi Smith Gonzaga Chattanooga
9 Johni Broome Auburn Morehead State
10 Brandon Murray Georgetown LSU
11 Kevin McCullar Kansas Texas Tech
12 Baylor Scheierman Creighton South Dakota State
13 Norchad Omier Miami Arkansas State
14 Dawson Garcia Minnesota North Carolina
15 Keion Brooks Washington Kentucky
16 Adam Miller LSU Illinois
17 Tristen Newton UConn East Carolina
18 KJ Williams LSU Murray State
19 Mark Sears Alabama Ohio
20 Manny Bates Butler NC State
21 Eric Gaines UAB LSU
22 Matthew Mayer Illinois Baylor
23 Tyreke Key Tennessee Indiana State
24 Ricky Council Arkansas Wichita State
25 Jake Stepehens Chattanooga VMI
26 Osun Osunniyi Iowa State St. Bonaventure
27 Fardaws Aimaq Texas Tech Utah Valley
28 Grant Sherfield Oklahoma Nevada
29 Tre Mitchell West Virginia Texas
30 Jacob Grandison Duke Illinois
31 Alex Fudge Florida LSU
32 Joe Bamisile Oklahoma George Washington
33 Andre Curbelo St. John's Illinois
34 Emoni Bates Eastern Michigan Memphis
35 Mohamed Diarra Missouri Garden City (JUCO)
36 Tanner Holden Ohio State Wright State
37 Jaiden Delaire San Diego Stanford
38 Brandon Huntley-Hatfield Louisville Tennessee
39 Jalen Bridges Baylor West Virginia
40 Bryce Hopkins Providence Kentucky
41 Desmond Cambridge Arizona State Nevada
42 Courtney Ramey Arizona Texas
43 Landers Nolley Cincinnati Memphis
44 Donald Carey Maryland Georgetown
45 Justice Hill LSU Murray State
46 De'Vion Harmon Texas Tech Oregon
47 Trevon Brazile Arkansas Missouri
48 Frankie Collins Arizona State Michigan
49 Jahmir Young Maryland Charlotte
50 Jaylon Tyson Texas Tech Texas
51 Jarkel Joiner NC State Ole Miss
52 Qudus Wahab Georgetown Maryland
53 Kyle Lofton Florida St. Bonaventure
54 Justin Powell Washington State Tennessee
55 Devin Carter Providence South Carolina
56 Antonio Reeves Kentucky Illinois State
57 Jalen Graham Arkansas Arizona State
58 Will Richard Florida Belmont
59 Andre Kelly UC Santa Barbara California
60 Michael Jones Stanford Davidson
61 Efton Reid Gonzaga LSU
62 Clifton Moore Providence La Salle
63 D'Moi Hodge Missouri Cleveland State
64 Keeshawn Barthelemy Oregon Colorado
65 Xavier Pinson New Mexico State LSU
66 Souley Boum Xavier UTEP
67 Al-Amir Dawes Seton Hall Clemson
68 Jermaine Couisnard Oregon South Carolina
69 Jao Ituka Wake Forest Marist
70 Jayvehous McKinnis Ole Miss Jackson State
71 Umoja Gibson DePaul Oklahoma
72 Emmanuel Akot Memphis Boise State
73 Marcus Williams San Francisco Texas A&M
74 Cam Spencer Rutgers Loyola (MD)
75 Makhel Mitchell Arkansas Rhode Island
76 Makhi Mitchell Arkansas Rhode Island
77 Terry Roberts Georgia Bradley
78 Tyree Appleby Wake Forest Florida
79 KC Ndefo Seton Hall Saint Peter's
80 Sean McNeil Ohio State West Virginia
81 Franck Kepnang Washington Oregon
82 Andersson Garcia Texas A&M Missisippi State
83 Noah Carter Missouri Northern Iowa
84 Dominick Welch Alabama St. Bonaventure
85 Erik Stevenson West Virginia South Carolina
86 Jarod Lucas Nevada Oregon State
87 Dwon Odom Georgia State Xavier
88 Elijah Harkless UNLV Oklahoma
89 Grant Basile Virginia Tech Wright State
90 Ali Ali Butler Akron
91 Jay Heath Georgetown Arizona State
92 Jaelin Llewellyn Michigan Princeton
93 Max Agbonkpolo Wyoming USC
94 Rudi Williams BYU Coastal Carolina
95 Donovan Williams Pacific UNLV
96 Noah Williams Washington Washingto nState
97 Isaac Likekele Ohio State Oklahoma State
98 Xavier Foster SMU Iowa State
99 Morris Udeze New Mexico Wichita State
100 Tykei Greene Stony Brook Kansas State
101 DJ Burns NC State Winthrop
102 Sean East Missouri John A Logan (JUCO)
103 Ben Vander Plas Virginia Ohio
104 Akok Akok Georgetown Connecticut
105 Trae Hannibal LSU Murray State
106 Ethan Wright Colorado Princeton
107 Jaren Holmes Iowa State St. Bonaventure
108 Femi Odukale Seton Hall Pittsburgh
109 Eric Hunter Butler Purdue
110 Jaylan Gainey Florida State Brown
111 Sir'Jabari Rice Texas New Mexico State
112 Warren Washington Arizona State Nevada
113 Dexter Dennis Texas A&M Wichita State
114 Ryan Young Duke Northwestern
115 Hayden Brown South Carolina Citadel
116 Marcus Hammond Notre Dame Niagara
117 DaShawn Davis Mississippi State Oregon State
118 Javon Franklin Georgia Tech South Alabama
119 David Jenkins Purdue Utah
120 Josh Mballa Ole Miss Buffalo
121 Greg Elliott Pittsburgh Marquette
122 Darin Green Florida State UCF
123 Emmitt Matthews West Virginia Washington
124 Julius Marble Texas A&M Michigan State
125 Matthew-Alex. Moncrieffe Georgia Oklahoma State
126 Dre Davis Seton Hall Louisville
127 Kim Aiken TBD Arizona
128 Dae Dae Grant Duquense Miami Ohio
129 Caleb Murphy DePaul South Florida
130 Victor Bailey George Mason Tennessee
131 Juwan Gary Nebraska Alabama
132 Noah Locke Providence Louisville
133 Dain Dainja Illinois Baylor
134 Eric Williams San Diego Oregon
135 Earl Timberlake Bryant Memphis
136 Darrion Trammell San Diego State Seattle
137 Trey Bonham Florida VMI
138 Brayon Freeman Rhode Island George Washington
139 Samuell Williamson SMU Louisville
140 Joe Toussaint West Virginia Iowa
141 Wildens Leveque Massachusetts South Carolina
142 John-Michael Wright Oklahoma State High Point
143 Jack Clark NC State La Salle
144 Sam Griesel Nebraska North Dakota State
145 Kendal Coleman LSU Northwestern State
146 Isaih Moore Fresno State Southern Miss
147 Matt Cross Massachusetts Louisville
148 Neal Quinn Richmond Lafayette
149 Keyshawn Bryant South Florida South Carolina
150 Brandon Johns VCU Michigan
 

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Missouri's lineup for next year looks impressive. They could very easily be a tournament team. I've included 6 starters because I don't know who to kick out. Point guard battle should be between East/Honor. Isiahih Mosley and Kobe Brown are obviously starting. Most likley Hodge, too. Brown could probably start at the 4 or 5. So, last starting job would be between Noah Carter and Mohammed Diarra. The experience of Noah Carter should give him an edge, but I really like Diarra's upside. Diarra has really good footwork. Very agile for a big men - you'll see him semi-regularly pull out the euro step in the open court.

Either way, I really like how Dennis Gates has put this team together. If I were doing my top 50 rankings today, I think I would sneak Mizzou in there somewhere.

Starters
Sean East, Sr (#2 JUCO)
D'Moi Hodge, Sr (15.4 ppg at Cleveland State)
Isiaih Mosley, Sr (20.4 ppg at Missouri State)
Noah Carter, Sr (15.0 ppg at Northern Iowa)
Kobe Brown, Sr (returning player, 12.5 ppg)
Mohamed Diarra, So (#1 JUCO)

Bench
Nick Honor (7.7 ppg at Clemson)
Tre Gomillion (10.5 ppg at Cleveland State)
DeAndre Gholston (14.3 ppg at Milwaukee)
Aidan Shaw (#52 RSCI Recruit)
Ronnie DeGray (returning player, 8.3 ppg)
 

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Thanks for all the hard work. One big surprise is why didn't louisville hit the portal harder. What is kenny payne doing?
 
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Thanks for all the hard work. One big surprise is why didn't louisville hit the portal harder. What is kenny payne doing?

Would be interesting know exactly what their game plan is.

They're in serious need of some guards. Unfortunately for them, I think they came in 2nd or 3rd for a lot of top transfer targets. Losing out on Emoni Bates must have been a crushing blow. But, they I think they also lost out on Malachi Smith, Courtney Ramey, Xavier Pinson, and Isiaih Mosley.
 

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Would be interesting know exactly what their game plan is.

They're in serious need of some guards. Unfortunately for them, I think they came in 2nd or 3rd for a lot of top transfer targets. Losing out on Emoni Bates must have been a crushing blow. But, they I think they also lost out on Malachi Smith, Courtney Ramey, Xavier Pinson, and Isiaih Mosley.
Imagine having to go juco. There are still some guards left in the portal
 

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Imagine having to go juco. There are still some guards left in the portal

Portal is pretty thin at this moment. Still a few decent guys left. Boise State's Devonaire Doutrive would be at the top of the list for me. Former top 100 recruit who previously played at Arizona. Probably should have at least had him on my HM list, actually. There's also a couple guards from UMass, CJ Kelly and Jahvon Garcia. And Central Michigan's Oscar Lopez would be a decent addition, too. Doutrive is the only that you'd really consider starting for a hopeful top 50 program. I'm sure there's a few high school kids that are open to reclassifying. And maybe still a few international kids left.

But yes, after that, there's a strong possibility they'll have to grab a few JUCO guys. As far as I know, all they've got for guards/wings is El Ellis - and two incoming freshmen, both 6'8, who are probably more suited for playing the 3, Kamari Lands and Devin Ree. 7 weeks away from the start of fall semester and UL is at least 2 guards short of what they need.
 

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Am I missing Ta'lon Cooper somewhere? 8th in the country in assists, First team All-OVC and OVC All-Tournament team.
 

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Here are my top 150 transfers. Everyone is committed, minus Kim Aiken (Arizona). I believe he's had issues with grades. The images don't align. Oh well. I'll have to write it out in notepad next time.

For my top 25 transfer classes, I'm merely using a formula based on my transfer rankings.

Not perfect. Who would you have lower or higher?


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Honorable Mention: (counted for scoring in the top transfer recruiting classes)
Joey Baker, Michigan (Duke)
Kerin Walton, Texas Tech (North Carolina)
Rondel Walker, TCU (Oklahoma State)
Kaodirichi Akobundu, Memphis (UT Arlington)
Max Klesmit, Wisconsin (Wofford)
Rashool Diggins, Massachusetts (UConn)
Camren Wynter, Penn State (Drexel)
Nahiem Alleyne, UConn (Virginia Tech)
Felipe Haase, Southern Miss (Mercer)
Caleb Lohner, Baylor (BYU)
Luis Rodriguez, UNLV (Ole Miss)
Desi Sills, uncommitted (Arkansas State)
Cedric Henderson, ucommitted (Campbell)
Blake Hinson, Pittsburgh (Ole Miss)
Justin Hill, Georgia (Longwood)
Doug Edert, Bryant (Saint Peter's)
Shane Nowell, UNLV (Arizona)
Francisco Farabello, Creighton (TCU)
Hassan Diarra, UConn (Texas A&M)
Corey Floyd, Providence (UConn)
Tre King, Iowa State (Eastern Kentucky)
Mike Saunders, Utah (Cincinnati)
Devan Cambridge, Arizona State (Auburn)
Meechie Johnson, South Carolina (Ohio State)
Tre Gomillion, Missouri (Cleveland State)
Cam Hayes, LSU (NC State)
Derek Fountain, LSU (Missisppi State)
Tevin Brewer, Duquense (Florida International)
Moses Flowers, Saint Joseph's (Hartford)
Kalu Ezikpe, Cincinnati (Old Dominion)
Brandon Suggs, UCF (East Carolina)
Zeb Jackson, VCU (Michigan)
Javon Pickett, Saint Louis (Missouri)
Collin Holloway, Tulane (Georgetown)
Mylik Wilson, Houston (Texas Tech)
Ethan Anderson, Wyoming (USC)
Taylor Funk, Utah State (St. Joseph's)
Tyrell Roberts, San Francisco (Washington State)
Micah Parrish, San Diego State (Oakland)
Josiah Allick, New Mexico (Kansas City)
Jaxon Robinson, BYU (Arkansas)
Justin Ahrens, Loyola Marymount (Ohio State)
Dontaie Allen, Western Kentucky (Kentucky)
Khristian Lander, Western Kentucky (Indiana)
Tyler Cochran, Toledo (Ball State)
Antonio Daye, Coastal Carolina (Fordham)
Chauncey Hawkins, Bryant (St. Francis NY)
Tae Hardy, UTEP (Southern Miss)
Bryce Golden, Loyola Chicago (Butler)
You and @duckboy33 should start your own site. I prefer breakdowns like this far more than opinion columns.

I like Aimaq to make a big impact at Tech and I’m way less sold on mizzou’s transfer class than you. Other than that I’m not informed enough to disagree.
 

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You and @duckboy33 should start your own site. I prefer breakdowns like this far more than opinion columns.

I like Aimaq to make a big impact at Tech and I’m way less sold on mizzou’s transfer class than you. Other than that I’m not informed enough to disagree.

I like Aimaq. I don't think 27th is a bad spot for him. Aimaq rebounds at an incredible rate. His 2021 rebounding percentage was actually higher than Tshiebwe's was this season. He also has really good footwork. I'm concerned with his turnovers, court vision, and relatively low shooting percentages.

What always makes me pause when players transfers up, is the numbers almost never translate accordingly. I reviewed my top 20 players that transferred up this past season, and I found that the Player Efficiency Rating decreased by an average of 7.7. Meaning Aimaq's 25.0 PER could easily dip to around around 17 in a power league. An efficiency rating of 15.0 is considered the average rating among all players. Obviously efficiency ratings don't tell the full story, but the law of averages tell me that it's the exception, not the norm, when players transfer up and replicate the same numbers. Jake Laravia was one of the rare outliers this past season.

Now, you could say that some of the Mizzou players should be ranked lower for the same reason; most of them weren't playing in power conferences. Fair enough. Though, Mosley, is truly one of the elite shooters in America. He was the only player to hit the 50-40-90 shooting splits. Hodge is tenacious on defense. Carter is very skilled. Diarra has a great set of skills for a big; great athlete, too. There's just a lot to like about these Missouri transfers, but I can appreciate the skepticism of they weren't playing against the best competition.
 
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I like Aimaq. I don't think 27th is a bad spot for him. Aimaq rebounds at an incredible rate. His 2021 rebounding percentage was actually higher than Tshiebwe's was this season. He also has really good footwork. I'm concerned with his turnovers, court vision, and relatively low shooting percentages.

What always makes me pause when players transfers up, is the numbers almost never translate accordingly. I reviewed my top 20 players that transferred up this past season, and I found that the Player Efficiency Rating decreased by an average of 7.7. Meaning Aimaq's 25.0 PER could easily dip to around around 17 in a power league. An efficiency rating of 15.0 is considered the average rating among all players. Obviously efficiency ratings don't tell the full story, but the law of averages tell me that it's the exception, not the norm, when players transfer up and they fail to replicate the same numbers. Jake Laravia was one of the rare outliers this past season.

Now, you could say that some of the Mizzou players should be ranked lower for the same reason; most of them weren't playing in power conferences. Fair enough. Though, Mosley, is truly one of the elite shooters in America. He was the only player to hit the 50-40-90 shooting splits. Hodge is tenacious on defense. Carter is very skilled. Diarra has a great set of skills for a big; great athlete, too. There's just a lot to like about these Missouri transfers, but I can appreciate the skepticism of they weren't playing against the best competition.
I hear you and great breakdown nonetheless. I don’t think they will be near as bad as last year, but I’m not sold on what they got. A lot came from weaker conferences, not to mention 3 from a slightly above average Cleveland state team. We’ll certainly see and it would be a great prediction if you’re right.
 

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I hear you and great breakdown nonetheless. I don’t think they will be near as bad as last year, but I’m not sold on what they got. A lot came from weaker conferences, not to mention 3 from a slightly above average Cleveland state team. We’ll certainly see and it would be a great prediction if you’re right.

I had 5 Missouri guys in my top 150, but Hodge was the only one from Cleveland State in there. Majak is a project and will barely see the court; I believe Gomillion will come off the bench. So, I wouldn't say Mizzou is heavily dependent on the Cleveland State transfers.
 
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Thanks for all the hard work. One big surprise is why didn't louisville hit the portal harder. What is kenny payne doing?
We are pretty set in the FC and went after the top guards, but they all chose elsewhere, hunter and pck for more nil$, smith wanted to play for a contended after his years at chat so he chose zags. So its not like KP wasnt after transfer guards, he just missed his targets. We did add master Ps son, hercy, as a walk on PG. hopefully to help land his top40 brother, mercy, in 2023? Or maybe 2024. But by all account hes no stud, but more capable than your normal walkon.

My question is still though why didnt we go after some lower level GTs just to have some depth if nothing else. We have a decently talented FC but our BC is a huge ???. Esp the lack of numbers, knock on wood but we are one bc injury away from being in big time trouble in the bc (if we arent already)

We are adding a pg from oak hill, Fabio (his last name esxapes me bc well his forst name is fabio) He wasnt rated very high in the 2023 class, but apparently hit a 4-5 inch growth spurt this offseason and was one of the top players at one of the aau tounreys they had over the summer. Ilr what to expect right away but im certainly intrigued by his potential, i mean a kid who was a 6”0-6”1 pg his entire career growing into a 6”4-6”5 pg in one offseason is pretty intriguing. He will be playing young though so im just hoping he had contribute 10-15 mpg backing up El.

regardless though the bc is super thin
Pg: el ellis, hercy miller, fabio
Sg: mike james, devin ree??(fr), kamari lands??(fr)

idk after last year i just wanna see our guys play hard and act like they actually give a damn. Best part of the roster is, no seniors, so IF and i know its a big if, kp can keep the roster together next year and add good recruiting class, hopefully we will be good enough to possibly make some noise.

This year id look at making the tourney as a miracle tbh.
 

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Would be interesting know exactly what their game plan is.

They're in serious need of some guards. Unfortunately for them, I think they came in 2nd or 3rd for a lot of top transfer targets. Losing out on Emoni Bates must have been a crushing blow. But, they I think they also lost out on Malachi Smith, Courtney Ramey, Xavier Pinson, and Isiaih Mosley.
Idk of we were ever involved in pinson or mosley. We did miss out on the others, i forgot to mention ramey in my post.

We are in serious need of guards, but the bates dumpster fire wasnt crushing. We stopped recruiting him back in May when he decided to push his timeline back. Bates committed to the only offer he had, bc at the tome of his decision, he didnt have one from louisville, michigan, memphis, sparty. I guess i cant really speak for illini or kstate bc i dont know.

i do know the bates to louisville ship sailed in may. KP wasnt gonna get involved in his NIL games or his dads bs. Just like juwan wasnt.

Now dont get me wrong, back in may i was salivating over the prospect of landing bates and whether kp could unlock his potential. But the more i read about his clown father and the more i read about the UodL staff cooling on his recruitment, the more and more I came arlund on the decision.

I mean dude just chose EMU ffs. Anyone evern know their mascot? NOBODY wanted him, apprently his father is too much to deal with. Lurk alluded to hisfather being the problem last year. I mean u gotta be pretty bad if penny wont accept ya back jfc.
 
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