Thursday, May 31, 2018

BC in the market for a transfer

Yesterday when I mentioned Bowman's return, I incorrectly listed BC's open scholarship as his. Based on multiple reports, Bowman's scholarship was still his. The open scholarship is the Robinson one and BC is using that to find a transfer.

BC was in the mix for Mustapha Heron before he committed to St. John's. Multiple reports say that Drexel guard Tramaine Isabell is considering BC.

Since both guys are guards it seems like that is BC direction. But considering Bowman being back and the small window, I hope they just grab the best guy they can get.

7 comments:

mod34b said...

BC seeks student athlete to be next basketball star . (Minus student part)

Jarmond approved.

Georgia Eagle said...

If they are academically qualified, let them in. Otherwise, someone needs to tell Jarmond we are not Louisville.

ccw said...

Quit your whining. You want wins but you're bitching about bringing in someone who actually graduated from college.

God BC fans are lame.

mod34b said...

While in high school this kid was already under the care (pay?) of a billionaire who wanted results (Steve Ballmer of Microsoft) and even then he avoiding academics course he did not like

BC would be his 3rd school 2 year at Mizzou, 2 at Drexel. he'd be a grad transfer so really not taking any course at all.

Let's hope that BC does not go down this rat hole. Then again, the BC hoops team is turned in worst academic performance in the ACC already so this won't damage it much....

Looks like Louisville is very interested... so.....prolly not a BC candidate anyway.

Georgia Eagle said...

Ccw represents the growing "win at all costs" crowd. I want nothing to do with this disturbing mentally.

UpstartWinger said...

Per Jon Rothstein: Drexel grad transfer Tramaine Isabell has committed to Saint Louis, per a source. Immediately eligible. Huge get for Travis Ford.

Knucklehead said...

Makes sense. We need to physical play on the post. The Eastern euros we have are soft. We need an Evan Ravanel type.

This program is the perfect example of why college basketball is fucked up.