2020 off-season transfers

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Plebe

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Some of yall might think its a case of sour grapes.... but seriously... this aint right. Aint it some kind of NCAA rule against this? Some bull in my opinion. Like I've said previously... ain't nothing like raised blood pressure on a Monday :mad:
I wonder what's rarer: the double usage of the grad transfer exemption, or boomeranging back to one's original team with a second transfer.
 

Plebe

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Asia Todd, whose transfer announcement from Liberty made a splash a few weeks ago, is Orlando-bound.

She becomes UCF's second significant in-transfer this offseason, along with Alisha Lewis from Syracuse.

 

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Evina Westbrook, redshirt junior guard, Tennessee to UConn
2018-19 stats: 14.9 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 5.3 APG, 1.6 SPG, 38.0% 3-point shooting

Westbrook was one of the nation’s top scorers and assisters in her sophomore season at Tennessee, but she could only watch last season as her new team played her former team for the first time since 2007. If Westbrook had been eligible last season, many observers thought she could have elevated the Huskies from a top-10 team to one that could hang with the “Big Three” of South Carolina, Oregon, and Baylor. Instead, she’ll team up with incoming freshman guard Paige Bueckers—the top incoming recruit in the country—junior center Olivia Nelson-Ododa, and junior guard Christyn Williams to try to get UConn its first national championship since—gasp!—2016.



Coombs to GA made honorable mention
 
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Evina Westbrook, redshirt junior guard, Tennessee to UConn
2018-19 stats: 14.9 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 5.3 APG, 1.6 SPG, 38.0% 3-point shooting

Westbrook was one of the nation’s top scorers and assisters in her sophomore season at Tennessee, but she could only watch last season as her new team played her former team for the first time since 2007. If Westbrook had been eligible last season, many observers thought she could have elevated the Huskies from a top-10 team to one that could hang with the “Big Three” of South Carolina, Oregon, and Baylor. Instead, she’ll team up with incoming freshman guard Paige Bueckers—the top incoming recruit in the country—junior center Olivia Nelson-Ododa, and junior guard Christyn Williams to try to get UConn its first national championship since—gasp!—2016.



Coombs to GA made honorable mention
ESPN considers well outside the top 60 to be "one of the nation's top scorers"?
 

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ESPN considers well outside the top 60 to be "one of the nation's top scorers"?
Well, 15PPG + > 5 APG seems to be a good offensive combination. No doubt her efficiency numbers can and will improve.
 

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