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Pac-12 Talent Leading Other Teams in Dance

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  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    New Mexico
    - UCLA transfer Drew Gordon leads team in points and rebounds
    - Arizona State transfer Demetrius Walker is 4th on the team in points

    UNLV
    - UCLA transfer Mike Moser leads team in points and rebounds
    - UCLA transfer Chace Stanback is 2nd on team in points and leads in 3 point shooting/ FT %

    San Diego State
    - Washington State transfer Xavier Thames leads team in assists and is 3rd in points

    Iona
    - Arizona transfer MoMo Jones was 2nd on the team in points and assists

    BYU
    - UCLA transfer Matt Carlino leads team in assists and is 3rd in points
    - Arizona State transfer Stephen Rogers is 6th on the team in points

    Kansas
    - Arizona transfer Jeff Withey is 4th on the team in points, 2nd in rebounding, and leads team in blocked shots

    South Florida
    - Arizona State transfer Victor Rudd is 2nd on the team in points

    Marquette
    - Oregon transfer Jamil Wilson is 6th on the team in points

    There has just been too much talent going out. Here's the full list:

    FORMER PAC-12 PLAYERS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
    ARIZONA
    Lamont “MoMo” Jones, Iona
    Jeff Withey, Kansas
    Daniel Bejarano, Colorado State (sitting transfer rule)

    ASU
    Demetrius Walker, New Mexico
    Victor Rudd, South Florida
    Stephen Rogers, BYU
    Brandon Thompson, Long Island

    CAL
    Gary Franklin, Baylor

    OREGON
    Malcolm Armstead, Missouri (sitting transfer rule)
    Jabari Brown, Missouri (sitting transfer rule)
    Jamil Wilson, Marquette

    UCLA
    Drew Gordon, New Mexico
    Matt Carlino, BYU
    Mike Moser, UNLV
    Chase Stanback, UNLV

    USC
    Bryce Jones, UNLV

    UTAH
    J.J. O’Brien, San Diego State

    WASHINGTON STATE
    Xavier Thames, San Diego State

    NBA DRAFT PICKS (2007-2009)
    Pac-10, 27
    ACC, 22
    Big East, 19
    Big 12, 18
    SEC, 18
    Big Ten, 11

    NBA DRAFT PICKS (2008-2009)
    Pac-10, 21
    Big 12, 13
    Big East, 13
    ACC, 13
    SEC, 9
    Big Ten, 6

    NBA FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICKS (2008-2009)
    Pac-10, 13
    ACC, 8
    Big East, 7
    Big 12, 6
    Big Ten, 4
    SEC, 2

    NBA FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICKS (2007-2009)
    Pac-10, 17
    ACC, 14
    Big East, 9
    Big 12, 9
    Big Ten, 8
    SEC, 5

    NBA TOP-10 DRAFT PICKS (2007-2009)
    Pac-10, 8
    Big 12, 5
    Big East, 4
    Big Ten, 3
    SEC, 3
    ACC, 1

    http://tucsoncitizen.com/wildabouta...imized-by-nba-draft-transfers-and-dismissals/

     
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  2. sackman

    sackman Club Member Club Member

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    Carlon Brown is a transfer from Utah.

    Just sayin'.
     
  3. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Yep. If he hadn't transferred, he would have graduated last year and never played in the Pac-12, though. So that transfer actually strengthened the league. We've definitely gotten some guys in, but you can really see how programs like UCLA, Arizona and ASU were gutted.
     
  4. dio

    dio Admin Club Member Junta Member

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    Why so many transfers out?
     
  5. CanadianDuck

    CanadianDuck Well-Known Member

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    Sad to see how great the Pac-12 used to be and how low they are now. Between the drafts gutting a lot of the elite teams like UCLA/Arizona and not keeping in state players that the schools usually did seems to have killed the Pac-12.

    Oh and Dio I can answer the Oregon ones......
    Jabari Brown - When Dana Altman was recruiting him we all knew he had a handler, but I guess Altman took the risk because the kid was so talented. It appears as though the handler was mad at how few minutes he was getting at Oregon so he told him to transfer. There may be more ugly **** that comes out of this down the road.
    Malcolm Armstead - He just followed Jabari Brown to Missouri although we are not sure if its because they were close friends or he was also mad about lack of playing time.
    Jamil Wilson - He transferred after our old coach Ernie Kent was fired and said it was for family reasons. I believe his mother had passed in 2007 and it sounds as though he missed his family so when his original coach was fired he left.
     
  6. BuffCat

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    Moser is a double Pac-12 loss, he originally committed to Arizona but switched after Lute retired. Abdul Gaddy (UW) was originally in that Arizona class too. That's also why Withey transferred.
     
  7. buffedup

    buffedup Cooler than a Popsicle Stand. Club Member

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    Awwww...looking at the thread title, I was thinking that this was going to be another Oregon Cheerleader type thread.
     
  8. NashBuff

    NashBuff CSU Knob-Slobberer

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    No wonder the MWC did so well this year...due to those Pac-12 transfers.
     

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