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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by gofurman View Post
    Trimble averaged 17.1 minutes per game this season, nearly double his total as a true freshman. Trimble also increased his scoring to 5.2 points per game and made 13 of his 31 three-point attempts (41.9 percent).

    Trimble in portal for UNC.

    Man, I keep trying to make this the thread about ACC lol
    He was their best perimeter defender. I think this is a bigger loss for them than their fans will admit. It's very hard to keep players like Trimble these days unless they have a clear line of sight to a starting job in the future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gofurman View Post
    COPIED FROM BREVITY: thanks.


    Tuesday, April 9, there are 1,534 players listed by Verbal Commits, and every ACC+3 team has at least one player in the transfer portal.

    Boston College (4): Prince Aligbe, Claudell Harris Jr, Mason Madsen, Jaeden Zackery

    California (7): Devin Askew, Monty Bowser, Rodney Brown Jr, Jalen Celestine, Grant Newell, ND Okafor, Wrenn Robinson

    Clemson (2): Joshua Beadle, Jack Clark

    Duke (2): Mark Mitchell Jr, Christian Reeves

    Florida State (6): Cameron Corhen, De'Ante Green, Tom House, Waka Mbatch, Baba Miller, Amir Spears

    Georgia Tech (4): Amaree Abram, Tyzhaun Claude, Dallan Coleman, Ebenezer Dowuona

    Louisville (12): Skyy Clark, Koron Davis, Dennis Evans, Kaleb Glenn, Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, Mike James, Ty-Laur Johnson, Danilo Jovanovich, Emmanuel Okorafor, JJ Traynor, Tre White, Curtis Williams

    Miami (6): AJ Casey, Nick Cassano, Bensley Joseph, Michael Nwoko, Jakai Robinson, Christian Watson

    NC State (1): LJ Thomas

    North Carolina (1): James Okonkwo, Seth Trimble

    Notre Dame (3): Carey Booth, Alex Wade, Matt Zona

    Pittsburgh (2): Federiko Federiko, William Jeffress

    SMU (3): Xavier Foster, Jefferson Koulibaly, Mo Njie

    Stanford (5): Brandon Angel, Kanaan Carlyle, Max Murrell, Maxime Reynaud, Andrej Stojaković

    Syracuse (4): Maliq Brown, Peter Carey, Quadir Copeland, Justin Taylor

    Virginia (1): Leon Bond III

    Virginia Tech (7): John Camden, MJ Collins, Lynn Kidd, Tyler Nickel, Sean Pedulla, Mylyjael Poteat, Rodney Rice

    Wake Forest (6): Aaron Clark, Jao Ituka, Zach Keller, Matthew Marsh, Kevin Miller, Damari Monsanto
    When I was at Duke in the 90s I knew every scholarship player, walk-on, coach, etc. for all nine ACC schools. And I'm guessing that most other DBR posters who followed the team back then can say the same thing. I admittedly don't follow as closely now but I do not know who the vast majority of these players are. And since they are leaving, I guess it is good I didn't invest much time in finding out who they are. Happy trails.

  3. #23
    I will point out a few of these guys… probably not ours …. Will return. Not every portal entry actually transfers.

    I know College of Charleston. I hope he gets a few to stay at Louisville

  4. #24
    Seems like Va. Tech, BC and Georgia Tech are being hit particularly hard by transfers out of players who played meaningful minutes this year and would be projected to have major minutes next year:

    Va. Tech - losing 4 of its top 5 players by MPG (Sean Pedulla, Lynn Kidd, MJ Collins, Tyler Nickel)

    BC - losing 4 of its top 7 MPG players (Jaeden Zackery, Claudell Harris, Mason Madsen and Prince Aligbe) on top of Quentin Post graduating.

    Ga. Tech - losing its 6th, 7th and 8th highest MPG players (Dallan Coleman, Tafara Gapare and Tyzhaun Claude), plus Amaree Abram who was hurt much of last year.

    Unfortunate b/c it could really weigh down the conference again next year if those teams are not competitive, along with what we know will be terrible teams at Louisville and Cal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nugget View Post
    ...along with what we know will be terrible teams at Louisville and Cal.
    Not at all convinced that Louisville will be terrible. In the portal era and with a new coach who has a lot of successful experience at the mid-major level, I am far from convinced that Louisville won't be a trendy choice in the portal. This is a program with a strong history and which has some decent money behind it. Pat Kelsey has already brought in two of the players who helped him be a #13 seed at Charleston last year and has landed what is almost certainly the best transfer in the ACC thus far in Terrence Edwards Jr, who was the best player on James Madison last season.

    I will go so far as to say I will be surprised if Louisville doesn't finish 10th or better in the ACC next season. Kelsey is the real deal and with Louisville's resources, they will be waaaay better than the past couple years.
    Why are you wasting time here when you could be wasting it by listening to the latest episode of the DBR Podcast?

  6. #26
    UVA just had Ryan Dunn enter the NBA Draft. A defensive specialist.. Not much offense but a great defender

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    Quote Originally Posted by gofurman View Post
    UVA just had Ryan Dunn enter the NBA Draft. A defensive specialist.. Not much offense but a great defender
    Yeah, the 3 part of "3 and D" looks to be an uphill climb for him given career percentages of 23.5% on 3s (low volume) and 52.5% on FTs. Does seem to have a decent handle and some driving ability, but neither skill is NBA-caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvdahops View Post
    Yeah, the 3 part of "3 and D" looks to be an uphill climb for him given career percentages of 23.5% on 3s (low volume) and 52.5% on FTs. Does seem to have a decent handle and some driving ability, but neither skill is NBA-caliber.
    Some NBA team will take a flier on him because the D part is so superior. Not saying he will be a first round pick, but he's gonna get at least a 2-way deal next year, I'm pretty confident of that.
    Why are you wasting time here when you could be wasting it by listening to the latest episode of the DBR Podcast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    Some NBA team will take a flier on him because the D part is so superior. Not saying he will be a first round pick, but he's gonna get at least a 2-way deal next year, I'm pretty confident of that.
    No disagreement at all. He may sneak into the first round for a team with a clear need for what he brings on D, which some believe is perennial NBA All-Defense potential. But he's not a classic "3 and D" guy by any means.

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvdahops View Post
    No disagreement at all. He may sneak into the first round for a team with a clear need for what he brings on D, which some believe is perennial NBA All-Defense potential. But he's not a classic "3 and D" guy by any means.
    Seems like a classic G league guy to me. He needs to go there and learn how to shoot if he wants to play in the league.

  11. #31
    COPIED from Brevity with an addition for Clemson.


    It's April 16 and there are 1,692 players in the transfer portal, according to Verbal Commits. Here are the departures and arrivals for all 18 ACC teams.

    Boston College

    5 OUT
    Prince Aligbe
    Claudell Harris Jr
    Mason Madsen (to Utah)
    Armani Mighty
    Jaeden Zackery

    2 IN
    Joshua Beadle (from Clemson)
    Chad Venning (from St. Bonaventure)

    California

    7 OUT
    Devin Askew
    Monty Bowser
    Rodney Brown Jr (to Virginia Tech)
    Jalen Celestine
    Grant Newell
    ND Okafor
    Wrenn Robinson

    3 IN
    Lee Dort (from Vanderbilt)
    Jeff Nwankwo (from JUCO/Cowley CC)
    BJ Omot (from North Dakota)

    Clemson

    3 OUT
    Joshua Beadle (to Boston College)
    Jack Clark
    RJ Godfrey

    1 IN - Cincinnati transfer Viktor Lakhin (6-11 240) committed to the Tigers on Wednesday. Lakhin averaged as much as 11.6 points per game with the Bearcats. He scored 26 points with 11 rebounds in a matchup with Eastern Washington last season. 22-year-old has played in three seasons total at the college level.

    Duke

    5 OUT
    Jaylen Blakes
    Mark Mitchell Jr
    Christian Reeves
    Jaden Schutt
    Jeremy Roach


    Florida State

    7 OUT
    Sola Adebisi
    Cameron Corhen (to Pittsburgh)
    De'Ante Green
    Tom House
    Waka Mbatch
    Baba Miller
    Amir Spears

    Georgia Tech

    5 OUT
    Amaree Abram
    Tyzhaun Claude
    Dallan Coleman
    Ebenezer Dowuona
    Tafara Gapare

    1 IN
    Javian McCollum (from Oklahoma)

    Louisville

    12 OUT
    Skyy Clark (to UCLA)
    Koron Davis
    Dennis Evans
    Kaleb Glenn
    Brandon Huntley-Hatfield (to NC State)
    Mike James
    Ty-Laur Johnson
    Danilo Jovanovich
    Emmanuel Okorafor
    JJ Traynor (to DePaul)
    Tre White (to Illinois)
    Curtis Williams

    4 IN
    Terrence Edwards Jr (from James Madison)
    J'Vonne Hadley (from Colorado)
    James Scott (from Charleston)
    Reyne Smith (from Charleston)

    Miami

    6 OUT
    AJ Casey
    Nick Cassano
    Bensley Joseph (to Providence)
    Michael Nwoko
    Jakai Robinson
    Christian Watson

    2 IN
    Brandon Johnson (from East Carolina)
    Lynn Kidd (from Virginia Tech)

    NC State

    3 OUT
    Alex Nunnally
    LJ Thomas (to Austin Peay)
    Cam Woods

    1 IN
    Brandon Huntley-Hatfield (from Louisville)

    North Carolina

    2 OUT
    James Okonkwo (to Akron)
    Seth Trimble

    Notre Dame

    3 OUT
    Carey Booth
    Alex Wade
    Matt Zona (to Fordham)

    Pittsburgh

    2 OUT
    Federiko Federiko
    William Jeffress

    2 IN
    Cameron Corhen (from Florida State)
    Damian Dunn (from Houston)

    SMU

    3 OUT
    Xavier Foster
    Jefferson Koulibaly (to Jacksonville State)
    Mo Njie

    Stanford

    5 OUT
    Brandon Angel
    Kanaan Carlyle
    Max Murrell
    Maxime Reynaud (withdrawn, back to Stanford)
    Andrej Stojaković

    Syracuse

    5 OUT
    Maliq Brown
    Peter Carey (to Siena)
    Quadir Copeland
    Mounir Hima
    Justin Taylor (to James Madison)

    2 IN
    Jyáre Davis (from Delaware)
    Eddie Lampkin Jr (from Colorado)

    Virginia

    1 OUT
    Leon Bond III

    Virginia Tech

    7 OUT
    John Camden
    MJ Collins
    Lynn Kidd (to Miami)
    Tyler Nickel (to Vanderbilt)
    Sean Pedulla
    Mylyjael Poteat (withdrawn, back to Virginia Tech)
    Rodney Rice (to Maryland)

    3 IN
    Rodney Brown Jr (from California)
    Ben Burnham (from Charleston)
    Jordan Ivy-Curry (from UTSA)

    Wake Forest

    7 OUT
    Andrew Carr
    Aaron Clark
    Jao Ituka
    Zach Keller
    Matthew Marsh
    Kevin Miller
    Damari Monsanto

    1 IN
    Tre'Von Spillers (from Appalachian State)Clemson basketball landed its first transfer this offseason Wednesday, receiving a commitment former Cincinnati forward Viktor Lakhin.

  12. #32
    COPIED from Brevity with another for Duke, another for Clemson, and a loss for UNC


    It's April 16 and there are 1,692 players in the transfer portal, according to Verbal Commits. Here are the departures and arrivals for all 18 ACC teams.

    Boston College

    5 OUT
    Prince Aligbe
    Claudell Harris Jr
    Mason Madsen (to Utah)
    Armani Mighty
    Jaeden Zackery

    2 IN
    Joshua Beadle (from Clemson)
    Chad Venning (from St. Bonaventure)


    California

    7 OUT
    Devin Askew
    Monty Bowser
    Rodney Brown Jr (to Virginia Tech)
    Jalen Celestine
    Grant Newell
    ND Okafor
    Wrenn Robinson

    3 IN
    Lee Dort (from Vanderbilt)
    Jeff Nwankwo (from JUCO/Cowley CC)
    BJ Omot (from North Dakota)


    Clemson

    3 OUT
    Joshua Beadle (to Boston College)
    Jack Clark
    RJ Godfrey

    1 IN - Cincinnati transfer Viktor Lakhin (6-11 240) committed to the Tigers on Wednesday. Lakhin averaged as much as 11.6 points per game with the Bearcats. He scored 26 points with 11 rebounds in a matchup with Eastern Washington last season. 22-year-old has played in three seasons total at the college level.
    2 IN Clemson basketball received a commitment from former Boston College guard Jaeden Zackery on Sunday, according to 247Sports.
    The 6'2" 220 lb graduate transfer averaged 11.3 points, 4.2 assists and 3.3 rebounds in 36 starts last season. In two games against Clemson, he averaged 20 points -- an 18-point performance at Littlejohn Coliseum on Jan. 13 and a 22-point outing in the ACC Tournament on March 13. He is rated as a four-star recruit, according to On3sports, and has no eligibility remaining after next season.


    Duke

    9 OUT
    Jaylen Blakes
    Mark Mitchell Jr
    Christian Reeves
    Jaden Schutt
    Jeremy Roach
    TJ Power
    Sean Stewart
    2 left for draft Flip and McCain

    1 IN
    Maliq Brown from Syracuse.. ALL ACC Defender 6'8 rising Junior with good hands. Probably play at the 5 with Maluach.


    Florida State

    7 OUT
    Sola Adebisi
    Cameron Corhen (to Pittsburgh)
    De'Ante Green
    Tom House
    Waka Mbatch
    Baba Miller
    Amir Spears


    Georgia Tech

    5 OUT
    Amaree Abram
    Tyzhaun Claude
    Dallan Coleman
    Ebenezer Dowuona
    Tafara Gapare

    1 IN
    Javian McCollum (from Oklahoma)


    Louisville

    12 OUT
    Skyy Clark (to UCLA)
    Koron Davis
    Dennis Evans
    Kaleb Glenn
    Brandon Huntley-Hatfield (to NC State)
    Mike James
    Ty-Laur Johnson
    Danilo Jovanovich
    Emmanuel Okorafor
    JJ Traynor (to DePaul)
    Tre White (to Illinois)
    Curtis Williams

    4 IN
    Terrence Edwards Jr (from James Madison)
    J'Vonne Hadley (from Colorado)
    James Scott (from Charleston)
    Reyne Smith (from Charleston)


    Miami

    6 OUT
    AJ Casey
    Nick Cassano
    Bensley Joseph (to Providence)
    Michael Nwoko
    Jakai Robinson
    Christian Watson

    2 IN
    Brandon Johnson (from East Carolina)
    Lynn Kidd (from Virginia Tech)


    NC State

    3 OUT
    Alex Nunnally
    LJ Thomas (to Austin Peay)
    Cam Woods

    1 IN
    Brandon Huntley-Hatfield (from Louisville)


    North Carolina

    3 OUT
    James Okonkwo (to Akron)
    Seth Trimble ? Maybe back
    Harrison Ingram declare for draft


    Notre Dame

    3 OUT
    Carey Booth
    Alex Wade
    Matt Zona (to Fordham)


    Pittsburgh

    2 OUT
    Federiko Federiko
    William Jeffress

    2 IN
    Cameron Corhen (from Florida State)
    Damian Dunn (from Houston)

    SMU

    3 OUT
    Xavier Foster
    Jefferson Koulibaly (to Jacksonville State)
    Mo Njie


    Stanford

    5 OUT
    Brandon Angel
    Kanaan Carlyle
    Max Murrell
    Maxime Reynaud (withdrawn, back to Stanford)
    Andrej Stojaković


    Syracuse

    5 OUT
    Maliq Brown
    Peter Carey (to Siena)
    Quadir Copeland
    Mounir Hima
    Justin Taylor (to James Madison)

    2 IN
    Jyáre Davis (from Delaware)
    Eddie Lampkin Jr (from Colorado)


    Virginia

    1 OUT
    Leon Bond III


    Virginia Tech

    7 OUT
    John Camden
    MJ Collins
    Lynn Kidd (to Miami)
    Tyler Nickel (to Vanderbilt)
    Sean Pedulla
    Mylyjael Poteat (withdrawn, back to Virginia Tech)
    Rodney Rice (to Maryland)

    3 IN
    Rodney Brown Jr (from California)
    Ben Burnham (from Charleston)
    Jordan Ivy-Curry (from UTSA)


    Wake Forest

    7 OUT
    Andrew Carr
    Aaron Clark
    Jao Ituka
    Zach Keller
    Matthew Marsh
    Kevin Miller
    Damari Monsanto

    1 IN
    Tre'Von Spillers (from Appalachian State)

  13. #33
    again, this is JUST THE ACC - 18 teams .. sheesh. please help me keep this up to date

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