Kyle Greeley's entered the transfer portal

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Since no one else noticed or posted... No word yet on any interest elsewhere, but I doubt he'll be here in the fall.
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DavidKeys wrote: March 30th, 2021, 11:01 am Since no one else noticed or posted... No word yet on any interest elsewhere, but I doubt he'll be here in the fall.
I noticed, but didn't get around to post it. Always thought Greeley would break out as a scoring (he led the State of Oregon in scoring his senior year at West Salem), but it just never happened. He seems athletically limited at this level and he's not really a 3 point shooter, but certainly has talent. Hope he finds the "right place".
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Just a note a bit off topic. Read today that 28% of current D-1 ballers went into the transfer portal after this season.

Not that the portal didn’t already affect Portland State and other Big Sky schools... welcome to the new world.
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Pounder wrote: April 16th, 2021, 4:31 pm Just a note a bit off topic. Read today that 28% of current D-1 ballers went into the transfer portal after this season.

Not that the portal didn’t already affect Portland State and other Big Sky schools... welcome to the new world.
My EWU friends are saying 6 Eagle players are in the transfer portal and, according to them, all 6 are hoping to go to UP next year.

DI college basketball players do very little soul-serching. If they aren't playing, it is never about ability as much as it is because the coach (who once believed in you) won't play you, and if you go to a different system, then you can flourish and make it to the NBA. Or, as with the Legans hire, those kids you recruit will follow you wherever.

Show me any DI recruit who doesn't think they could play in the NBA. And if they end up not playing in the NBA, it is because their college coach did not use them in a way to properly showcase their abilities.
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bigskyconf wrote: April 19th, 2021, 1:57 pm
Pounder wrote: April 16th, 2021, 4:31 pm Just a note a bit off topic. Read today that 28% of current D-1 ballers went into the transfer portal after this season.

Not that the portal didn’t already affect Portland State and other Big Sky schools... welcome to the new world.
My EWU friends are saying 6 Eagle players are in the transfer portal and, according to them, all 6 are hoping to go to UP next year.

DI college basketball players do very little soul-serching. If they aren't playing, it is never about ability as much as it is because the coach (who once believed in you) won't play you, and if you go to a different system, then you can flourish and make it to the NBA. Or, as with the Legans hire, those kids you recruit will follow you wherever.

Show me any DI recruit who doesn't think they could play in the NBA. And if they end up not playing in the NBA, it is because their college coach did not use them in a way to properly showcase their abilities.
It doesn't help when you have D1 coaches jumping all over for their next best deal who are also the people telling you to believe in them and their current program.
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DavidKeys wrote: March 30th, 2021, 11:01 am Since no one else noticed or posted... No word yet on any interest elsewhere, but I doubt he'll be here in the fall.
Looks like Greeley ended up at Saint Martin's.
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