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CJ Cameron commits to Kansas

Former Dayton guard CJ Cameron has announced his commitment to Kansas according to his instagram. The then top ranked undecided transfer in the portal received interest from most of the country following his decision to transfer. He chose Kansas over returning to Dayton and Michigan. With his commitment, Kansas seems like a team who can be in the pre-season top ten. He has a single year of eligibility left.

Former NC State guard Julian Riggs will spend his final two year of college throwball at ACC rival Clemson he announced. Riggs averaged 7.4 goals, 4.2 assists, and 2.1 steals per game in his two seasons in Raleigh.

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Former Syracuse guard Page headed to Kentucky

EL Page, who previously announced he was headed back to college instead of going to the pros, announced his intentions to transfer to Kentucky. Page’s familiarity with the program stems from Kentucky’s head coach Leonard Johnson who was a Syracuse graduate and the former Syracuse offensive coordinator. Page averaged 12.9 goals, 4.3 assists, and 1.1 steals per game last season for the Orange. He chose Kentucky over Kansas and returning to Syracuse and has a single year of eligibility left to play.

Former Southern New York guard Ka Peterson has announced his commitment to transfer to Oklahoma State. He chose the Cowboys over Michigan and Texas A&M. Peterson has two years of eligibility in Stillwater.

Former AGCU guard Cam Joe has announced his commitment to head back to his home state of Arkansas and commit to Little Rock. Joe also took visits to Houston, Memphis, and New Orleans. He has two years of eligibility left.

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Cameron Manning to be next Georgia Baptist head coach

Oregon defensive coordinator Cameron Manning Sr. has been named the next head coach at Georgia Baptist. Manning built one of the best defenses in the country at his alma mater since being hired at Oregon in December of 2017. He becomes the second African American head coach in Georgia Baptist throwball history. Oregon will conduct a national search for a new defensive coordinator.

Former FIU guard Devin Black has announced his decision to transfer to Naples over Clemson and Kansas. He led the Panthers in scoring and assists and he will add a veteran role to Naples guard room with two years of eligibility remaining.

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Syracuse guard EL Page enters portal, stays in draft

Syracuse junior guard EL Page has announced his intentions to weigh his options in the transfer portal while also staying in the 2022 NTBL Draft and attending the draft combine. Despite dealing with injury problems during this past season, Page averaged 12.9 goals, 4.3 assists, and 1.1 steals per game. He announced via his Twitter he would visit Kansas and Kentucky (where his former offensive coordinator Leonard Johnson is the head coach) as well as a return to Syracuse.

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Former San Diego forward Daniel Hunter headed to UCLA

Transfer forward Daniel Hunter has announced his decision to transfer to UCLA. Hunter, who played for San Diego his first two years of eligibility, chose UCLA over Tennessee. He also had offers from Nebraska, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.

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Former ‘Bama Forward Evans transfers to rival LSU

The top player in the 2022 TN transfer rankings, former Alabama forward Damion Evans, has informed the media and coaches of his decision to transfer to SEC rival LSU. Evans, who will graduate in May, is set to enroll in Baton Rouge in June and join one of the best teams headed into the 2022-2023 season. The OKC Prep and OKC CC graduate chose the Tigers over Syracuse and UCLA.

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Former Houston forward Jerome Hunter commits to Kansas

Former Houston forward Jerome Hunter has announced his intentions to play at Kansas. Hunter was a first team All-American Athletic forward last season while averaging 14.1 goals, 7.6 rebounds, and 1.3 blocks per game. He also visited Texas A&M and Texas Tech.

Fellow transfer forward Daniel Hunter has announced that he will decide between Tennessee and UCLA on where he wants to transfer on May 12. The former San Diego forward averaged 13.2 goals and 6.6. rebounds per game last season.

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LSU signee Houston won’t enroll, to enter transfer portal

2022 four-star LSU goalie signee John Houston has announced he will not enroll with the program in June. Instead, he is expected to enter the transfer portal. Houston, one of three goalie signees for LSU in 2022, is set to visit Kansas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.

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Multiple transfer decisions made

Andre Helmbrecht announced his intentions to return to Arkansas and exit the transfer portal and the 2022 NTBL Draft. Helmbrecht, a Dallas native, visited both Texas and Texas A&M as well as talking with pro scouts before returning to school. Helmbrecht has a season left to play in Fayetteville.

Former Houston guard Andy Weston has committed to transfer to Oklahoma. The former three-star shooting guard also visited Florida State and Texas Tech. He will likely be a key bench piece in Norman for their potential title run during the 2022-2023 season. He has three years of eligibility remaining.

Former FGCU Forward Rashaun Tate will return home and play for the Little Rock Trojans, per TN Arkansas. He averaged 9.7 goals, 6.2 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks per game in Fort Myers. Tate has a single year of eligibility remaining in Little Rock.

Former Houston forward Jerome Hunter is down to three schools. TN’s second ranked transfer will decide between Kansas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech on May 4. He will have two more years to play at his next stop.

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Florida guard Williams exits draft, headed back to Gainesville

Florida guard Nick Williams told TN Florida “he wants to win a championship” and that he will be returning to Florida for his junior season. Smith gives Florida a shot at a one seed this upcoming season and a great shot at winning the Gators another national championship.

The top guard uncommitted in the transfer portal, former High Point guard Victor Lee announced his intentions to transfer to Ohio State. Lee averaged 17.7 goals, 4.8 assists, and 1.3 steals per game as a junior. Lee is seeking to be the second consecutive grad transfer guard to start at Ohio State in as many seasons.

Florida International guard Devin Black has entered the the transfer portal, replacing Victor Lee as the highest rated guard “portaling” in the country. He will visit Clemson, Kansas, LSU, Naples, and North Carolina. He averaged 18.6 goals, 5.3 assists, and 2.3 steals per game this past season.

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Blue bloods Oregon State, Oklahoma State fire coaches

Successful programs Oklahoma State and Oregon State both fired their coaches following disappointing seasons.

Oklahoma State announced the firing of John Potter following a one and done appearance in the NIT. Potter spent 12 seasons in Stillwater following his promotion from defensive coordinator. He led the Cowboys to three Big 12 regular seasons championships and three Big 12 tournament championships. They made just one appearance in the Elite Eight and just two into the Sweet 16. Potter, 52, is expected to be up for many defensive coordinator jobs.

Oregon State fired head coach Mark Matthews after eight seasons the team announced. The Beavers won two NIT Championships under Matthews but only made it as far as the Round of 32 in the NCAAs.

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2022 Transfer Rankings

1.Damion Evans, Forward
Former School: Alabama
Years of Eligibility: 1
Planned Visits: Duke, LSU, Oklahoma, Syracuse, UCLA
Signed: LSU

2.EL Page, Guard
Former School: Syracuse
Years of Eligibility: 1
Planned Visits: Kansas, Kentucky, Syracuse
Signed: Kentucky

3.Jerome Hunter, Forward
Former School: Houston
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Kansas, Michigan, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Signed: Kansas

4.Julius Feland, Guard
Former School: Georgia
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Wake Forest
Signed: Oklahoma

5.CJ Cameron, Guard
Former School: Dayton
Years of Eligibility: 1
Planned Visits: Auburn, Arizona State, Dayton, Michigan, Kansas
Signed: Kansas

6.Rashaun Tate, Forward
Former School: FGCU
Years of Eligibility: 1
Planned Visits: Little Rock, NC State, Oregon, Syracuse, Tennessee, Texas Tech
Signed: Little Rock

7.Devin Black, Guard
Former School: Florida International
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Clemson, Kansas, LSU, Naples, North Carolina
Signed: Naples

8.Victor Lee, Guard
Former School: High Point
Years of Eligibility: 1
Planned Visits: Duke, Naples, NC State, Michigan State, Ohio State
Signed: Ohio State

9.Ka Peterson, Guard
Former School: Southern New York
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Michigan, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M
Signed: Oklahoma State

10.De’Angelo Finley, Guard
Former School: USC
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Kansas, Michigan, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, UCLA
Signed: UCLA

11.Daniel Hunter, Forward
Former School: San Diego
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA
Signed: UCLA

12.Anthony Sanchez, Forward
Former School: Baylor
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Kentucky, Michigan, UM-Spring Lake, Texas Tech
Signed: Kentucky

13.George Brewer, Guard
Former School: Oregon State
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Kansas, Kansas State, Texas A&M
Signed: Kansas State

14.Andy Weston, Guard
Former School: Houston
Years of Eligibility: 3
Planned Visits: Florida State, Oklahoma, Texas Tech
Signed: Oklahoma

15.Landry Westcock, Guard
Former School: Memphis
Years of Eligibility: 1
Planned Visits: Atlanta, Michigan State, NC State, Ohio State, Virginia Tech
Signed: NC State

16.Demarion Shea, Center
Former School: Kansas
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Florida, Oklahoma
Signed: Oklahoma

17.Cam Joe, Guard
Former School: AGCU
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Houston, Little Rock, Memphis, New Orleans
Signed: Little Rock

18.Julian Riggs, Guard
Former School: NC State
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: Clemson, High Point, South Carolina, UNC-Wilmington
Signed: Clemson

19.Colten Wells, Goalie
Former School: UCLA
Years of Eligibility: 2
Planned Visits: BYU, Florida State, Gonzaga, Texas A&M
Signed: Florida State

20.John Houston, Goalie
Former School: LSU
Years of Eligibility: 4
Planned Visits: Kansas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech
Signed: Texas Tech


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Former Georgia guard Feland down to Oklahoma, Tennessee

Following visits to Florida Atlantic, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Wake Forest, Georgia transfer Julius Feland has announced he will be announcing his new school February 26. He is down to Oklahoma and Tennessee.

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Georgia star Julius Feland first in transfer portal

The first division one throwball player to enter the transfer portal is Georgia legacy Julius Feland. The point guard averaged 19.6 goals, 6.3 assists, and 1.4 steals per game in his two seasons with the Bulldogs. He said that he is considering a return to Georgia and will take visits to Florida Atlantic, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Wake Forest. He will sit out the rest of the year as he makes his decision and joins the school of his choice.

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UCLA’s Paige, MSU’s Blakeley in portal

“(UCLA Forward) Anthony Paige has been in the transfer portal since June” UCLA head coach Rob Fillion told the media this past weekend. Paige went on to tweet out that the transfer rumors were true and that he has taken visits to Kansas, LSU, Oklahoma, Texas, and Texas A&M. He also said a return to UCLA is possible, thanking the UCLA faithful as well.

Michigan State guard Steve Blakeley announced his intentions to transfer from Michigan State. He is set to visit Wisconsin this weekend and will likely commit and join the Badgers for pre-season workouts beginning on August 23. Wisconsin is the clear favorite to land the sharpshooting guard because he graduated from Madison High School and would join former high school teammates Josh Harris and Antonio Banks in Madison.

Despite rumors, Arkansas guard Gus Jaeavo tweeted out that he will not be leaving the program.