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Hawthorne_49er

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on: July 29, 2017, 11:24:27 am
Interesting article on MBB transfers since 2012.  Guess who made the list.

https://heatcheckcbb.com/2017/07/01/college-basketballs-transfer-movement-by-the-numbers/amp/

CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.  The next highest is 187.  Charlotte is in the top 20 in transfers out.  We also lead with transfers in at 92 with the next highest being the ACC at 83.
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Reply #1 on: July 29, 2017, 04:57:28 pm
Interesting article on MBB transfers since 2012.  Guess who made the list.

https://heatcheckcbb.com/2017/07/01/college-basketballs-transfer-movement-by-the-numbers/amp/

CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.  The next highest is 187.  Charlotte is in the top 20 in transfers out.  We also lead with transfers in at 92 with the next highest being the ACC at 83.

This can't be true because every time someone in this board complains about transfers, there is a whole host of people quickly jumping on them saying it is perfectly normal and the way things are these days. Belmont, Elon, Western Carolina all seem to be able to keep their kids.


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Reply #2 on: July 30, 2017, 09:01:29 pm
CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.

Verbal Commits transfer list now includes 771 players. So that means  C-USA - one of 30 D-I conferences  - accounts for 28% of all transfers. Wow!


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Reply #3 on: July 30, 2017, 10:13:34 pm
CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.

Verbal Commits transfer list now includes 771 players. So that means  C-USA - one of 30 D-I conferences  - accounts for 28% of all transfers. Wow!
that was 216 over the last 5 seasons.

There have been a lot more than 771 transfers over the last 5 seasons in D1.


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Reply #4 on: July 31, 2017, 08:07:07 am
CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.

Verbal Commits transfer list now includes 771 players. So that means  C-USA - one of 30 D-I conferences  - accounts for 28% of all transfers. Wow!
that was 216 over the last 5 seasons.

There have been a lot more than 771 transfers over the last 5 seasons in D1.
Thanks for clarifying that. BTW, the 771 figure is the number of transfers this year per the tracking list maintained by VC.


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Reply #5 on: July 31, 2017, 10:07:15 am
CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.

Verbal Commits transfer list now includes 771 players. So that means  C-USA - one of 30 D-I conferences  - accounts for 28% of all transfers. Wow!
that was 216 over the last 5 seasons.

There have been a lot more than 771 transfers over the last 5 seasons in D1.
Thanks for clarifying that. BTW, the 771 figure is the number of transfers this year per the tracking list maintained by VC.


Right - the percentage is actually given in the pie chart - CUSA makes up the most, but not that far outside the norm, at 4.96%.  All but a couple are over 3%, so it's a fairly small window. 


Not to mention that CUSA has more schools than some of the conferences, making the gap even closer.  For example: the OVC has 12 schools, so the 187 transfers represents 15.6/school.  CUSA has 14 schools, so the 217 transfers represents 15.5/school.
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Reply #6 on: July 31, 2017, 10:26:11 am
CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.

Verbal Commits transfer list now includes 771 players. So that means  C-USA - one of 30 D-I conferences  - accounts for 28% of all transfers. Wow!
that was 216 over the last 5 seasons.

There have been a lot more than 771 transfers over the last 5 seasons in D1.
Thanks for clarifying that. BTW, the 771 figure is the number of transfers this year per the tracking list maintained by VC.


Right - the percentage is actually given in the pie chart - CUSA makes up the most, but not that far outside the norm, at 4.96%.  All but a couple are over 3%, so it's a fairly small window. 


Not to mention that CUSA has more schools than some of the conferences, making the gap even closer.  For example: the OVC has 12 schools, so the 187 transfers represents 15.6/school.  CUSA has 14 schools, so the 217 transfers represents 15.5/school.
Good points.  I also wonder if CUSA isn't just in the sweet spot.  Perhaps our players are more likely to be better than people realized during recruiting and they move up to multi-bid leagues, or not as good as they move down for playing time.  If you are, for example, in the SunBelt or ACC, then you generally only have transfers going in one direction.
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Reply #7 on: July 31, 2017, 03:35:27 pm
CUSA leads the country in D1 transfers out at 216.

Verbal Commits transfer list now includes 771 players. So that means  C-USA - one of 30 D-I conferences  - accounts for 28% of all transfers. Wow!
that was 216 over the last 5 seasons.

There have been a lot more than 771 transfers over the last 5 seasons in D1.
Thanks for clarifying that. BTW, the 771 figure is the number of transfers this year per the tracking list maintained by VC.


Right - the percentage is actually given in the pie chart - CUSA makes up the most, but not that far outside the norm, at 4.96%.  All but a couple are over 3%, so it's a fairly small window. 


Not to mention that CUSA has more schools than some of the conferences, making the gap even closer.  For example: the OVC has 12 schools, so the 187 transfers represents 15.6/school.  CUSA has 14 schools, so the 217 transfers represents 15.5/school.
Good points.  I also wonder if CUSA isn't just in the sweet spot.  Perhaps our players are more likely to be better than people realized during recruiting and they move up to multi-bid leagues, or not as good as they move down for playing time.  If you are, for example, in the SunBelt or ACC, then you generally only have transfers going in one direction.
rpi-wise, the belt has been better than cusa the last 2 seasons.


 

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