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Transfer Trend

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

The past few years around 450 division one college basketball players have transferred. That's an average of more than a player per team.

If you look at the past 5 years the percentage is even higher for players from Mississippi that have started at a D1 school but not finished there.

Here is a list of a few of those names.

Deville Smith (Callaway HS)

-started at MSU, then to Southwest MS CC and now UNLV

Rodney Hood (Meridian HS)

-started at MSU, now at Duke

Twymond Howard (Pearl HS)

-starterd at UTEP, now at Southwest MS CC

Trency Jackson (Wingfield HS)

-started at USM, then to NW Florida, then to Tx. Tech, now at W. Kentucky

Julysses Nobles (Callaway HS)

-started at Arkansas, now at JSU

Dundrecous Nelson (Murrah HS)

-started at Ole Miss, then JSU

Jeremy Adams (M. Central HS)

-started at Texas A&M, then Navarro JC, then Colorado, now at Grand Canyon Univ.

Xavian Rimmer (Piney Woods HS)

-started at Alcorn St, then Pearl River CC, now at ULL

Jalen Courtney (Provine HS)

-started at LSU, now at Morehead St.

Roger Woods (Provine HS)

-started at SELA, now at JSU

Donovan Ross (Ridgeland HS)

-started at SELA, then Southwest MS CC, now at Lamar

Jamal Hester (Ridgeland HS)

-started at Alcorn St., now at Southwest MS CC

Devonta Pollard (Kemper Co. HS)

-started at Alabama

Derrell Robertson (Mendenhall HS)

-started at DePaul, now at San Francisco

Shaun Smith (Noxubee Co. HS)

-started at MSU, now at Alcorn St.

Avery Woodson (Wayne Co.)

-started at SELA, now at EMCC

 

Guys still at the same school they started with

Andre Stringer (Forest Hill HS)

-LSU

Johnny O'Bryant (Cleveland East Side HS)

-LSU

LaQuinton Ross (Callaway and Murrah)

-Ohio St.

Jarvis Summers (Provine HS)

-Ole Miss

Snoop White (McComb HS)

-Ole Miss

Tyler Adams (Brandon HS)

-Georgetown

Mychal Ammons (Vicksburg HS)

-S. Alabama

 

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