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April 26, 2012 at 10:40 AM

Tracking Pac-12 transfers

There’s been a lot of talk about transfers since the college basketball season ended. Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan got embroiled in a nasty dispute with freshman Jarrod Uthoff, which brought more attention about how the NCAA manages player movement.
Jeff Goodman at CBSsports.com tracks transfers and his list includes more than 390 players.
Virgina coach Tony Bennett described the transfer situation as an epidemic. He told the Washington Post: “The times of waiting and being patient, well, it’s a different time.”
Here’s a look at some notable transfers compiled by ESPN that includes five players from the Pac-12. And here’s another list.
Washington State secured a big man for the 2013-14 season and signed Jordan Railey, who transferred from Iowa State.
Here’s a look at who’s coming and going in the conference.
PAC-12 2012 TRANSFERS
DEPARTURES
ARIZONA
Josiah Turner, 6-3, PG, Fr.
Sidiki Johnson, 6-8, F, Fr. – Providence College
ARIZONA STATE
Kyle Cain, 6-6, F, So. – UNC Greensboro, South Florida
Chanse Creekmur, 6-5, SG, So.
Keala King, G, So. – Long Beach State
Trent Lockett, 6-4, SG, Jr.
CALIFORNIA
Emerson Murray, 6-3, G, So. – Seattle University
Alex Rossi, 6-6, SG, RS Fr.
COLORADO
Ben Mills, 7-0, C, So.
Shannon Sharpe, 6-1, G, So.
OREGON
Bruce Barron, 6-2, G, Fr.
Jabari Brown, 6-3, G, Fr. – Missouri
UCLA
Brendan Lane, 6-9, PF, Jr. – Pacific
D’End Parker, 6-6, G, Fr.
USC
Garrett Jackson, 6-6, F, So. – St. Mary’s
Alexis Moore, 6-2, PG, Fr.
Curtis Washington, 6-10, F, So.
UTAH
Javon Dawson, 6-6, F, So.
Dijon Farr, 6-6, F, Jr.
Chris Hines, 6-1, G, Jr.
George Matthews, 6-6, SF, Fr.
Anthony Odunsi, 6-3, G, Fr.
Kareem Story, 5-10, G, Fr.
ARRIVALS
ARIZONA
T.J. McConnell, 6-1, PG, So – Duquesne (2013)
ARIZONA STATE
Bo Barnes, 6-4, G, So. – Hawaii (2012)
Evan Gordan, 6-2, G, So. – Liberty (2012)
Richie Edwards, 6-7, F, Jr. – Valparaiso (2013)
CAL
Ricky Kreklow, 6-6, G, So. – Missouri (2012)
UCLA
Larry Drew III, 6-2, G, Sr. – North Carolina (2012)
WASHINGTON
Perris Blackwell, 6-9, PF, Jr. – San Francisco (2013)
WASHINGTON STATE
Jordan Railey, 6-10, C, So. – Iowa State (2013)


THURSDAY MORNING LINKS:
— California held its team banquet last night and Harper Kamp was the upset winner taking the MVP award away from Jorge Gutierrez, the Pac-12 MVP winner. Gutierrez took home Cal’s defensive player of the year award.
— Some schools may be given an extra year to implement the new academic changes.
Luke Winn at SI.com has put together a fun list of coaches awards and it should come as no surprise that Kentucky’s John Calipari is a popular choice.
— If you go to Louisville, you might get a horse named after you like Seattle-area star Peyton Siva.
— The AAU season really got going last weekend with major tournaments, including the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League in Minneapolis and the Adidas VIP Exclusive Run in Las Vegas. Bellevue College hosted a tourney that included big-time prospect Zach LaVine and drew UCLA coach Ben Howland. Other schools on hand were Washington, Seattle University and Portland.

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