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Discussion in 'Women’s Basketball' started by Moooooo, Mar 15, 2020.
Texas loses a contributor off its bench after Isabel Palmer elects to transfer | Hookem.com
Bummed to hear this. I was looking forward to seeing her in Vic’s system. Guess we can look forward to seeing who will sign next. Hook’em
Really didn't expect that at all but best of luck to Palmer!
Hope Issy finds success at Utah.
Remarkable looking at Utah's roster. 8 international players, only 5 American players, only 2 from the state of Utah.
2020-21 Women's Basketball Roster - University of Utah Athletics
Two experienced players have entered the transfer portal, with the one from WMU being a grad-transfer. SMU transfer not happy with Travis Mays from what I recall.
Cash is a great player. I watched a game of hers once I heard she didn't return to campus and she is very skilled with great footwork and can get to the rim with ease.
Coach Lovato has started following Johnasia Cash on twitter.
I hope she decides to make the move! Is she going to be a grad transfer?
Better than Tech or Baylor, but we'll still have to face her when we play against Tennessee:
Miss Basketball realizes a dream 3 years delayed: Jordan Walker picks Tennessee
Not a grad-transfer. One year of eligibility remaining. I'm sure she'd petition for a waiver, and could get it as her reasons of safety concerns at SMU have been publicized prior to her entering the transfer portal.
Tech lands a transfer from Cal. Says she will be eligible immediately, but never says "grad transfer".
Lady Raider Basketball Signs Transfer Najé Murray - Texas Tech Red Raiders
Ohio State adds grad-transfer:
Johnasia Cash retweeted this tweet from our S&C coach, Zack Zillner. Hope that's a good sign for us!
Just curious... is there a date when the ncaa has to decide if a player gets a waiver or not? Is it in August or September or could it last up until the season starts?
She would be a grad transfer correct?
Hopefully, Lauren Ebo can put in a good word for us . . .
McDaniel with 1 year of eligibility? Well that works well into our scholarship numbers. I think the NCAA office that approves waivers have really relaxed their approvals.
We have one scholarship available so I think it might be used on Johnasia cash but if she elects not to come to Texas than Mcdaniel would be an absolute great get for this team. Although it seems she wants to be closer to her family and hometown which is Michigan. I would be fine with either one of them just as long as we get one.
No doubt the transfer market is competitive.
It has to be tough for different coaching staffs to know which transfers to pursue since you don't know which ones (other than grad-transfers) will be eligible immediately, and which ones will have to sit out a year.
For Texas, I would say that for the 2020-21 season, PF Johnasia Cash would be more of a need than SG Kamaria McDaniel (since we have Celeste). But, if they have to sit out one season, that could be different. Still, who wouldn't want a 20 ppg senior guard as part of your roster?
Unless we see something out on social media connecting any of our coaches to McDaniel, I won't start getting my hopes up.
Between Lauren and Karisma, I'm sure the coaches are getting more in-depth info on Kamaria than most coaching staffs.
If she was given one then Lauren Ebo for sure deserves one
We would all hope so, be we know the NCAA is all over the place with these waivers.
The actual group that approves/disapproves petitions had indicated they really wanted the NCAA to allow a one-time transfer without having to petition. I think the group that reviews petitions got tired of having to "split the baby". But when the committee met, they in typical NCAA fashion, kicked the can way down to 2021. I think the waiver approval group is just saying, "Fine. We'll just rubberstamp everyone who petitions".
Just my guess.
Well, I have no idea who "deserves" immediate eligibility and who doesn't; and, as fans, we'll probably rarely ever know what type of reasons someone submits in their waiver petition.
But, it gives me hope that maybe Lauren Ebo will be granted immediate eligibility; and, if we can land Johnasia Cash, her chances might be equally good, as well.
Kamara McDaniel to...Baylor.
She is a great get but we definitely still have the pieces to win the Big 12
She has to sit out the year.
I thought she went in as a grad transfer but I guess not. That sucks for Baylor because although our team will be good this year, 2021-2022 will for sure be a special year.