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Moving Targets
DAN GREENE
October 08, 2012
TRANSFERS HAVE REACHED MASSIVE PROPORTIONS IN DIVISION I, WITH MORE THAN 400 PLAYERS CHANGING SCHOOLS LAST SEASON. THESE SECOND-CHANCE RECRUITS WERE SNAPPED UP BY TOP PROGRAMS—BUT NOT ALL OF THEM ARE BULL'S-EYE CHOICES TO LEAVE A BIG MARK IN THEIR NEW ROLES
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October 08, 2012

Moving Targets

TRANSFERS HAVE REACHED MASSIVE PROPORTIONS IN DIVISION I, WITH MORE THAN 400 PLAYERS CHANGING SCHOOLS LAST SEASON. THESE SECOND-CHANCE RECRUITS WERE SNAPPED UP BY TOP PROGRAMS—BUT NOT ALL OF THEM ARE BULL'S-EYE CHOICES TO LEAVE A BIG MARK IN THEIR NEW ROLES

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN > PITT

One of the MAC's top guards (15.8 ppg in 2011--12), the 6'5" junior left for a bigger stage after his father was fired as the Chippewas' coach.

5 MARK LYONS

XAVIER > ARIZONA

The fifth-year senior guard has plenty of talent and experience, but he also has a history of attitude problems and a tendency to take bad shots.

6 TRENT LOCKETT

ARIZONA ST. > MARQUETTE

The addition of the 6'4" senior, who scored 13.0 ppg for the Sun Devils last season, makes the Golden Eagles' backcourt one of the best in the Big East.

7 AARIC MURRAY

LA SALLE > WEST VIRGINIA

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