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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by LLCoolJansma, Mar 18, 2014.
Why did the Duke player transfer?
The scholarship situation doesn't work this way but I'd take a class of
Make it happen Freddy, haha!
Not getting PT or any word why he's transferring?
Interesting. No KU offer.
Probably playing time related. Only playing 10 minutes a game and has only played in 6 of their 8 games.
Austin Narber @austinnarber 13m13 minutes ago
Ojeleye got his first offer from Northwestern in 2012. Chris Collins there now. Also relevant: brother Victor walked on at home state KSU.
They didn't offer Willie Cauley-Stein either so I don't think it means Ogeleye isn't a high major player.
Really? I was just saying it because KU rarely lets top in state talent leave if they want it.
Agree. They must have liked what they had since they didn't offer either player. I bet they regret not offering Cauley-Stein.
Anyone know anything about this guy? Doesn't look like he plays much or scores.
I believe he was on the radar, but in that recruiting class, KU locked in two bigger wings (Greene and Selden) fairly early, and ended up getting Wiggins. And if Ojeleye was to be a four, then he has to play behind Ellis for three years.
Also, Ojeleye's HS team mascot was the Cyclones. So, yeah.
Looks solid. Has 3 point range. List at 6-8 on his ESPN stats page but he doesn't look like 6-8 on this video. (Granted it was 2012)
I would say Wichita State or KSU would be serious contenders
His game does look like what Ejim eventually developed into, but he probably has a slightly better handle and a little taller.
He is a little behind the elite of the elite at Duke, but he has serious raw talent. I'd love to see what Hoiberg could do with him as s combo 3/4 like Hogue.
He's without question more athletic than Ejim.
I'd say we won't be getting the Duke transfer because it'd be off trend. All our transfers were either studs at a smaller school looking to upgrade or a star in their program but got kicked off the team and needed a second chance. Haven't been a home for anyone looking to score more playing time.