Ranking all the transfers

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  1. Hayes30

    Hayes30 Well-Known Member

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    #1 Hayes30, Nov 13, 2013
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    I was wandering last night who were the best transfers D1 and JUCO to play on a CFH team. This is my rankings list. What is yours?

    1) Royce White
    2) Will Clyburn
    3) Deandre Kane
    4) Scott Christopherson
    5) Chris Babb
    6) Tyrus Mcgee
    7) Korie Lucious
    8) Jake Anderson
    9) Chris Allen
    10) Dustin Hogue
    11) Anthony Booker
    12) Daniel Edozie
     
  2. ISUCubswin

    ISUCubswin Well-Known Member

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    My top 5:

    1. Royce White
    2. Chris Babb
    3. Will Clyburn
    4. Scott Christopherson
    5. Tyrus McGee
     
  3. Cyclones01

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    It's probably too early to rank Kane, Hogue, and Edozie... they've only played 2 games. Kane may end up being better than Clyburn, for all we know
     
  4. Cyclonin

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    Kinda early to judge Kane/Hogue/Edozie.

    At this point, I would probably agree with the others besides Id flip Scotty and Will, only because Scotty played consistently for 3 years.
     
  5. PabloDiablo

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    Forgot uncle Jake.

    I think by the end of this season Kane may be ahead of Will just strictly on having beast mode games from season start to finish. I also think Hogue is undervalued on your list and will be in the #5 range.
     
  6. NATEizKING

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    1) Royce
    2) Babb
    3) Clyburn
    4) Tyrus
    5t) Lucious
    5t) Thug Lyfe
    7) Allen
    8) Booker

    Too early for the newcomers.
     
  7. NATEizKING

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    Kane isn't afraid to take games over like Clyburn seemed to be. I could see Kane being very high on the list. I agree with Hogue probably finishing top 5 as well; he still has another year.
     
  8. Agclone91

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    Yes.
     
  9. cyfan92

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    Way too early to tell with this year's crew. But if you simulate the season based on the last three games (exhibition included) my top 5 will be

    1. Royce White
    2. Will Clyburn
    3. Chris Babb
    4. Tyrus Mcthree (my personal favorite)
    5. Deandre Kane
     
  10. Thug Lyfe for his prolific threes and his love of Cys Roost.
     
  11. Cycsk

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    Kane may end up being very important as a leader of the team. He already seems to function in that role. Of course, he also looks 10 years older than everyone else.
     
  12. PabloDiablo

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    Agree, I see him playing a similar role to Smart at OSU. Can take over if needed from a scoring standpoint but just does everything the team needs to win the game. There may be 3 or so games this year that he nearly single handedly wins.
     
  13. bawbie

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    Wow, when you put it that way, and then add Mckay and Nader for next year, the hype about Transfer U has a ton of truth behind it.
     
  14. bawbie

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    He reminds me very strongly of someone on a different team that I despised, especially he beard and the way he carries himself on the court. But I can't place who it is.
     
  15. Luth4Cy

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    1. Royce
    2. Kane
    3. Scotty
    4. Clyburn
    5. Babb
    6. Anderson
    7. McGee
    8. Hogue
    9. Lucious
    10. Allen
    11. Edozie
    12. Booker

    It's way too early to do this. Obviously I have pretty high hopes for Kane and Hogue.
     
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  16. Cyclonin

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    He almost is. I am the same age as him and have been graduated for 3 years.
     
  17. ExCyment

    ExCyment Well-Known Member

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    That list shows just how good the transfers have been. Has there been a single transfer bust in the Hoiberg era?
     
  18. Cyclones01

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    One could argue Anthony Booker, but I don't know that I would call him a bust. He still had a valuable role on the team
     
  19. coolerifyoudid

    coolerifyoudid Well-Known Member

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    Did you imply that I failed at something???!!
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  20. CYcoFan

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    #20 CYcoFan, Nov 13, 2013
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    You were talking about DeAndre Kane right?

    Oddly enough I have thought the same thing. So far the best I can come up with is a cross at least facially between Marcus Morris and Jacob Pullen.

    Edit - More specifically the forehead, eyes and cheek bones of Pullen with the fuller face and larger head of Morris. I know it is weird I thought of it like that
     

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