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Username Post: '24-'25 Transfer Portal        (Topic#28006)
rbg 
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03-21-24 08:36 AM - Post#366009    

Chris Manon is getting some early attention.

https://twitter.com/ThePortalReport/statu s/1770610...

Arkansas
Clemson
UMass
Davidson
Delaware
Georgetown
Iona
James Madison
Loyola-Chicago
Minnesota
Pitt
Richmond
Rhode Island
St. Joseph's (PA)




 
rbg 
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'24-'25 Transfer Portal
03-21-24 08:51 AM - Post#366010    
    In response to rbg

MBB
Justice Ajogbor (Harvard; grad)
Kimo Ferrari (Brown; grad)
Matt Filipowski (Harvard; junior - DNP '23-'24)
Jaren Johnson (Dartmouth; grad)
Felix Kloman (Brown; grad)
Luke Kolaja (Yale; senior - DNP '23-'24)
Andrew Laczkowski (Penn; grad)
Chris Manon (Cornell; grad)
Zavian McClean (Columbia; grad)
Dusan Neskovic (Dartmouth; grad)
Malachi Ndur (Brown; grad)
Josh Odunowo (Columbia; grad)
Tyler Perkins (Penn; soph)
Izaiah Robinson (Dartmouth; grad)
Sam Silverstein (Harvard; grad - DNP '23-'24)
Clark Slajchert (Penn; grad)

WBB
Mia Beam (Cornell; grad)
Mekkena Boyd (Dartmouth; grad)
Kaitlyn Chen (Princeton; grad)
Mia Curtis (Dartmouth; grad)
Kaya Ingram (Cornell; grad)
Charlotte Jewel (Brown; grad)
Kyla Jones (Brown; grad)
Mary Lobon (Columbia; grad)
Brenna McDonald (Yale; grad)
Chet Nweke (Princeton; grad)
Jordan Obi (Penn; grad)
Nicole Stephens (Columbia; grad)
Carrington Washburn (Dartmouth; grad)

Edited by rbg on 03-21-24 08:51 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
rbg 
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03-22-24 01:48 PM - Post#366074    
    In response to rbg

MBB
Justice Ajogbor (Harvard; grad)
Matt Allocco (Princeton; grad)
Kimo Ferrari (Brown; grad)
Matt Filipowski (Harvard; junior - DNP '23-'24)
Jaren Johnson (Dartmouth; grad)
Felix Kloman (Brown; grad)
Luke Kolaja (Yale; senior - DNP '23-'24)
Andrew Laczkowski (Penn; grad)
Chris Manon (Cornell; grad)
Zach Martini (Princeton; grad)
Zavian McClean (Columbia; grad)
Dusan Neskovic (Dartmouth; grad)
Malachi Ndur (Brown; grad)
Josh Odunowo (Columbia; grad)
Nana Owusu-Anane (Brown; senior)
Tyler Perkins (Penn; soph)
Izaiah Robinson (Dartmouth; grad)
Sam Silverstein (Harvard; grad - DNP '23-'24)
Clark Slajchert (Penn; grad)

WBB
Mia Beam (Cornell; grad)
Mekkena Boyd (Dartmouth; grad)
Kaitlyn Chen (Princeton; grad)
Mia Curtis (Dartmouth; grad)
Kaya Ingram (Cornell; grad)
Charlotte Jewel (Brown; grad)
Kyla Jones (Brown; grad)
Mary Lobon (Columbia; grad)
Brenna McDonald (Yale; grad)
Chet Nweke (Princeton; grad)
Jordan Obi (Penn; grad)
Nicole Stephens (Columbia; grad)
Carrington Washburn (Dartmouth; grad)


 
rbg 
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03-23-24 12:21 PM - Post#366223    
    In response to rbg

Maybe I should change the thread to player/coaching changes.

MBB
Justice Ajogbor (Harvard; grad)
Matt Allocco (Princeton; grad)
Kimo Ferrari (Brown; grad)
Matt Filipowski (Harvard; junior - DNP '23-'24)
Jaren Johnson (Dartmouth; grad)
Felix Kloman (Brown; grad)
Luke Kolaja (Yale; senior - DNP '23-'24)
Andrew Laczkowski (Penn; grad)
Chris Manon (Cornell; grad)
Zach Martini (Princeton; grad)
Zavian McClean (Columbia; grad)
Dusan Neskovic (Dartmouth; grad)
Malachi Ndur (Brown; grad)
Josh Odunowo (Columbia; grad)
Nana Owusu-Anane (Brown; senior)
Tyler Perkins (Penn; soph)
Izaiah Robinson (Dartmouth; grad)
Sam Silverstein (Harvard; grad - DNP '23-'24)
Clark Slajchert (Penn; grad)

WBB
Mia Beam (Cornell; grad)
Mekkena Boyd (Dartmouth; grad)
Kaitlyn Chen (Princeton; grad)
Mia Curtis (Dartmouth; grad)
Kaya Ingram (Cornell; grad)
Charlotte Jewel (Brown; grad)
Kyla Jones (Brown; grad)
Mary Lobon (Columbia; grad)
Brenna McDonald (Yale; grad)
Chet Nweke (Princeton; grad)
Jordan Obi (Penn; grad)
Nicole Stephens (Columbia; grad)
Carrington Washburn (Dartmouth; grad)

Coaches
Brian Earl (Cornell) - College of William & Mary
Dayna Smith (Cornell) - ?


 
JDP 
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03-26-24 10:45 AM - Post#366478    
    In response to rbg

Reports that Mack entered the portal:

https://www.on3.com/transfer-portal/news/ harvard-g...

 
mobrien 
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03-26-24 11:50 AM - Post#366490    
    In response to JDP

The league is losing its two best freshman. Probably going to lose one of its best sophomores in Wolf if, as everyone expects, he ends up entering the portal as well. Not to mention one of its best juniors in Owusu-Anane.

It's a crisis, and I don't know how much can realistically be done. Even if there were collectives, they'd have to give a lot just so that players broke even with the financial aid they'd lose for getting NIL money.

 
jeromelh 
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03-26-24 12:02 PM - Post#366492    
    In response to mobrien

You stated that the league is losing its best two freshmen. Is Princeton's Dalen Davis transferring??

 
jeromelh 
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03-26-24 12:08 PM - Post#366493    
    In response to jeromelh

My bad. You were referring to Perkins.

 
ToothlessTiger 
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03-26-24 12:08 PM - Post#366494    
    In response to jeromelh

Tyler P

 
mobrien 
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03-26-24 12:15 PM - Post#366495    
    In response to jeromelh

Davis is going to be a heck of a player; no argument from me there. But you know what I meant. The league's two most productive freshmen.

 
james 
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03-26-24 12:29 PM - Post#366497    
    In response to mobrien

Mack is currently ranked #3 in the On3 transfer portal

nothing can be done. prospective collectives are just a bandaid on a bullet wound for us

the good news is most ivies cant really replace them other than through hs recruiting. so teams get net younger (while losing most talented players) while high level competition gets older through the portal



 
james 
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03-26-24 12:31 PM - Post#366498    
    In response to james

be curious if amaker, jones and henderson hold put or just take a flyer on another mid major without transfer and financial aid restrictions

a la earl whch maybe is less odd or more desperation. i did think cornell could take transfers so might be net good for them

 
gokinsmen 
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'24-'25 Transfer Portal
03-26-24 01:07 PM - Post#366504    
    In response to james

I think it comes down to two things:

1) Player satisfaction. Are the players happy with their role on the team? Do they feel they can win a lot, get to March Madness and get NBA attention where they are?

2) Player financial need. Ivies will now be hesitant to offer recruits who may need the NIL payday. More than ever, teams really will be made up of "rich kids." Not just upper-middle class, but simply upper-class.

 
palestra38 
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Re: '24-'25 Transfer Portal
03-26-24 01:10 PM - Post#366506    
    In response to gokinsmen

Type of money we are talking about is tough to turn down by anyone---even the "Upper Class" (love that archaic term) will want the payday, especially since they'll find a way to get the degree anyway.

 
penn nation 
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Re: '24-'25 Transfer Portal
03-26-24 01:12 PM - Post#366507    
    In response to gokinsmen

Of course, many college athletic teams are already made up of these kids already. Just like legacy admissions. Not too many places you can practice being on the sailing team, fencing team, rowing team, squash, etc, unless you either have the resources to have private instruction/travel teams or attend an expensive private school that has the facilities/teams which have these sports.

  • gokinsmen Said:
I think it really comes down to two things:

1) Player satisfaction. Are the players happy with their situation? Are they happy with their role on the team? Do they feel they can win a lot, get to March Madness and get NBA attention where they are?

2) Player financial need. Ivies will now be hesitant to offer recruits who may need the NIL payday. More than ever, teams really will be made up of "rich kids." Not just upper-middle class, but simply upper-class.




 
james 
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03-26-24 01:15 PM - Post#366508    
    In response to palestra38

just read of a guy who in his will left the proceeds from the sale of his vacation home to fsu football NIL
that netted to $3mm pre tax (not sure the treatment)

frenzy.

 
gokinsmen 
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'24-'25 Transfer Portal
03-26-24 01:19 PM - Post#366509    
    In response to palestra38

It's tough to turn down, but not impossible. There are kids who love where they are and don't want the upheaval of starting over at another school, even for a six-figure sum. They have an amazing basketball and academic situation where they are and don't want to jeopardize that.

For the record, you can still get paid NIL money in the Ivies. I know it's not much (yet), but I noticed both Caden Pierce and Kaitlyn Chen had sponsored Instagram posts for #Powerade this week. Until Pierce or Lee transfer out, I'm not panicking. I'd include Wolf but I don't know enough about him or his family to make assumptions about finances/satisfaction.

 
Tiger81 
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Reg: 11-21-04
'24-'25 Transfer Portal
03-26-24 01:20 PM - Post#366510    
    In response to mobrien

  • mobrien Said:
Probably going to lose one of its best sophomores in Wolf if, as everyone expects, he ends up entering the portal as well.



I have seen it speculated that Wolf and possibly Lee might opt for the portal (for some reason Pierce is rarely mentioned).

But I have not seen anyone express an expectation that Wolf will go - where is that coming from and why?


 
Silver Maple 
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Reg: 11-23-04
03-26-24 01:27 PM - Post#366513    
    In response to james

Since the establishment of the conference in 1954 (?), the Ivies have generally managed to stay within spitting distance of something vaguely resembling competitiveness at the D1 level in the money sports. However, college sports is now going through a sea change and is becoming unrecognizable. I know that the Princeton and Yale fans are feeling pretty good right now, but I think reality is eventually going to slam into their programs soon as well.

I honestly don't see how the league can remain competitive in this New World Order without taking steps that I (and, probably, many of you) can't stomach. I've never been a supporter of our conference dropping down to D2 or D3 in the past, but I'm now in the process of doing a 180 on that POV.



 
james 
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03-26-24 01:29 PM - Post#366514    
    In response to Tiger81

wolf has been offered nil and a developmental contract with a big club in israel. i trust the source though i didnt get it from wolf's mouth.
his dad is a successful business guy.
the coaches are in the know at this point.
this is more about what he feels gets him to the highest level. he has big dreams.


 
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