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)
Johnny O'Bryant (Cleveland East Side HS)
LaQuinton Ross (Callaway and Murrah)
Jarvis Summers (Provine HS)
Snoop White (McComb HS)
Tyler Adams (Brandon HS)
Mychal Ammons (Vicksburg HS)
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