GW's Next Ivy Transfer?
maine colonial
 3/16/2017 12:48:26 PM      Replies: 7

maine colonial3/16/2017 7:47:50 AM

Princeton's Hans Brase has a story similar to Patrick's and he should be an immediately eligible transfer. Here's a profile advertising his availability: LINK

His teammate Henry Caruso will also be an immediately eligible transfer: LINK

 

bigfan3/16/2017 9:49:12 AM

Good scouting, Maine Colonial. Ivy League is working for us.

Would take Brase only as a walk on. Not sure he would want to play in the same league that reminds him twice of VCU, where he injured his ACL again. But we're definitely the rehab clinic for him, from Mo to Patrick.

The other guy, Caruso, don't know really how quick. If he is a 3 point shooter, could help. Seems kind of like Matt Hart, who has a hard time fitting in sizewise but our Matt is a great guy and provides a spark off the bench, though Caruso already has a taste of at least junior year D1 success.

Worth looking at for sure. And generally like the Ivy League kids.

Alex was a real star at Dartmouth and it took some time to integrate him here.

 

 

fly on the wall3/16/2017 10:06:07 AM

thanks, maine!  

Hope Mooney doesn't have an inside track to Tigers.

ziik3/16/2017 10:46:54 AM

Nice niche source for transfers. Maybe Mitola and Steeves can really recuit.

bo knows3/16/2017 12:00:55 PM

I am all for Ivy transfers just not too many of them. I think one or two to fill a need is fine. They are good complimentary players. We need more primary players. We need another Armwood, Creek, Cavanaugh type more than we do another Ivy.

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2twtoed3/16/2017 12:40:06 PM

We need legitimate D1 athletes that can contribute ASAP. A-10 is too tough to compete with Ivy League transfers. Let's find an athletic wing that can run the floor and rebound. Would also like 6'4-6'5 two guard.

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stuff3/16/2017 12:48:26 PM

Concur. Team lacks athleticism across the board but especially in the backcourt. 

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