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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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1 RYAN HARROW

N.C. STATE > KENTUCKY

He reportedly out-played first-round draft pick Marquis Teague in practice last year; now, the 6'2" sophomore will run point for John Calipari's newest stars.

2 ROTNEI CLARKE

ARKANSAS > BUTLER

The 6-foot senior guard is one of the nation's best three-point shooters (43.8% in 2010--11), and he'll be key as the Bulldogs transition to the A-10.

3 ALEX ORIAKHI

UCONN > MISSOURI

The senior center brings national championship experience and bulk (6'9", 255 pounds) to a team that was one of the shortest in D-I last year.

4 TREY ZEIGLER

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