I hope he has the best of luck at Cal State Fullerton or wherever it is that be continues his college career.
Far as I can figure if Mills leaves and Roberson declares early, that should leave us with 3 scholarships for 2013. Be a smaller class, but hopefully the program can get at least one top recruit. Allen, Hopkins and a decent third recruit/transfer would be about as good as I'd expect
Nik, Hoops Fan and Mattrob are all correct on this -- IF Dre, Shannon & Mills all leave, we'll have 3 scholarships for 2013. Chen is no longer on scholarship, so him graduating does not open up anything.
Just saw Shannon Sharpe walking to class (that's my guess at least). Is it normal for transfers to take summer classes?
Can't answer if it is normal for transfers to take summer classes, my guess would be no. The only thing that would make sense is that scholarships are from fall-summer, so he is probably still under scholarship if he hasn't officially transferred. (Which it certainly appears that he hasn't)
Not abnormal. New school would want him there asap, but paperwork takes time.
Jeff Goodman from CBS who initially put out that transfer list in late March that included Sharpe and Mills had a Pac 12 conference catch up yesterday.
Some interesting things:
He still has Mills on his outgoing transfer list.
Dre isn't on his pre-season all Pac 12 team
G: Mark Lyons (Arizona)
G: Allen Crabbe (Cal)
F: Shabazz Muhammad (UCLA)
F: Kyle Anderson (UCLA)
C: Brock Motum (Washington State)
He doesn't have CU picked to finish in the top half of the conf.
I tend to over-simplify things, but CU is the defending conference champion, and this guy thinks they won't finish any better than 7th? It's pretty well accepted that the guys we have coming in are better than the guys we have leaving, but it's a problem that we're losing three starters?
I think there's a stigma about CU basketball that will take a long time to overcome.
Is Shabazz going to be even eligible to play in the start of season?
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