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Thread: WFU Hoops: '21-22 Roster Construction - Adding LaRavia, Taylor, Walton, & Monsanto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    Massoud to K State is official.

    Current status of last season's Deacs in the portal:

    Massoud: K State
    Q. Adams: St. Bonnie
    Okpomo: Temple
    Wilkins: Longwood
    Neath: TBD (seen him mentioned with Penn State)
    Jalen Johnson: TBD
    Just adding that Dubose is pursing professional playing opportunities and Jonas is going pro and selling all his Wake gear via twitter.
    Birds are real.

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    Birds are real.

  3. #1503
    Quote Originally Posted by birdman View Post
    selling all his Wake gear via twitter.
    That is dope as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeachBumDeac View Post
    That is dope as hell.
    Yeah, there was some good stuff but I waited too long.

    Some of his UNLV stuff was fire, too... But I have no interest in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    Massoud to K State is official.

    Current status of last season's Deacs in the portal:

    Massoud: K State
    Q. Adams: St. Bonnie
    Okpomo: Temple
    Wilkins: Longwood
    Neath: TBD (seen him mentioned with Penn State)
    Jalen Johnson: TBD
    Neath was the first to enter and may be the last to find a new home.

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    https://247sports.com/college/kansas...est-164129750/

    When you read the K-State 24/7 article on Massoud, it's hard to understand why Wake wouldn't have wanted to keep him around.

    Goes to show you that you know a lot more about the players when you follow the team closely. My point being that we won't REALLY know about any of our incoming players until we see what they can do on the court in a Wake Forest uniform.

    Stating the obvious, I know.

  7. #1507
    Massoud is soft and it is hard for him to put the ball on the floor without him turning it over. Not to mention one of the worst defenders that I can remember. Zero doubt every incoming player we have coming in will be an upgrade over him.

    He can shoot it when he is hot though, don't get me wrong.

    From what I have seen from him, he would have had to make serious improvements to his game to get significant playing at Wake in the future.

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    Problem is he was rarely hot but always thought he was. #greenlightneverturnsyellow

  9. #1509
    We tried to use him as the only thing we could: A spark from deep off the bench. It didn't work out for us, and if he doesn't work on his ball handling and defense it won't work for K-State either.

    Hoping nothing but the best for him though. I still remember how pumped I was when he first signed here. He'll have a fresh start at K-State and it sounds as though they're as excited to have him as we were once upon a time.

  10. #1510
    As expected, the NCAA Council voted to adopt the one time free transfer rule (college football and basketball players can transfer once without sitting out a year). This rule is expected to be finalized and put into place tomorrow. This confirms that the players involved in the current flurry of transfers will be eligible to play for their new schools next season.

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-fo...ty-per-report/

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    Not that Wake was targeting them anyway, but the Brewer brothers from ETSU took their names out of the transfer portal.

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