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Thread: Wow: both Mariya and Minyon Moore transferring

  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by willtalk View Post
    If Minyon lost a year of eligibility that would only leave her one year after her sister graduates not two.
    She wouldn't lose a year of eligibility for transferring.

  2. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by really View Post
    She wouldn't lose a year of eligibility for transferring.
    Please see kat's post above--she MIGHT lose a year of eligibility if she transferred to Cal, or another Pac12 school. It's up to the discretion of USC whether to waive or enforce that. She would both red-shirt and lose a year if USC didn't waive the penalty.

  3. #18
    Get better Pac-12, Love it
    Last edited by Kookiebean; 05-04-2017 at 08:00 AM.

  4. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Kookiebean View Post
    Get better Pac-12, Love it
    Utah should have a good team with a lot of seniors.

  5. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by GATC View Post
    Utah should have a good team with a lot of seniors.
    Utah has a good recruiting class as well. Shooters and Height coming in.

    Of course all the Pac-12 teams are getting better. Colorado has a local talent from a JC coming in Jamie Curtis 6ft 7ish.

    Mostly everyone has a 6ft 5 or taller coming in this year or next.

    Love it go PAC-12

  6. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by MoragaBear View Post
    Mariya's on an OV at Cal right now
    Any word on how the OV went? Timetable for her decision? Hoping Coach G can work her magic. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFCALBear72 View Post
    Any word on how the OV went? Timetable for her decision? Hoping Coach G can work her magic. Thanks.
    Wonder what others schools she is interested in. Former Cal Star teammates are all along the coast. Don't know if it is a 2-fer (including sister) but that really increase the number of schools interested in her. Mariya is a scorer and can create her own shots and I think she has to get reinsurance from the coaches that she is not here just to toss the ball over the top to Kristine.

  8. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by OBear073akaSMFan View Post
    Mariya is a scorer and can create her own shots and I think she has to get reinsurance from the coaches that she is not here just to toss the ball over the top to Kristine.
    No problem - these same coaches used Layshia as a scorer and didn't ask her to just toss the ball over the top to Talia and Reshanda.

  9. #24
    It's not a package deal situation, especially since it looks like Minyon would have to sit 2 years going to any P12 team. The visit went well, though.

    I'd be surprised if the decision went more than a few weeks.

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    Looks like Mariya will be joining her sister who will not be transferring after all.

    http://www.swishappeal.com/2017/5/11...fers-usc-ncaaw
    Last edited by BearPedz; 05-11-2017 at 04:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BearPedz View Post
    Looks like Mariya will be joining her sister who will not be transferring after all.

    http://www.swishappeal.com/2017/5/11...fers-usc-ncaaw
    Disappointing but probably best scenario for the Moore sisters.

  13. #28
    Unbelievable. Yeah-Mariya Moore really wants to be near home. All-Conference player elevates Troy's program.
    Last edited by Schroeder71; 05-12-2017 at 11:39 AM.

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    Mark Trakh shows the first sign of reviving USC basketball. The Pac-12 just gets tougher and tougher ...
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  15. #30
    Honestly, once Mark Trakh came back into the picture for USC, this should not surprise anyone. Most players and recruits REALLY liked him.

    I think Mariya's interest in playing closer to home was/is still sincere.

    In my memory, most NorCal recruits consider UCLA/USC close enough to home and vice versa.

    Sure, her folks will have to take $100 flights, 1hr each way to see their home games (or a 6-hour drive) as opposed to an hour on BART or driving to Berkeley. But if they also wanted to try and catch some of her Pac-12 road games, Cal vs. USC makes no difference.

    Plus, playing with her sister, which may not have been an option with Cal, is big. If USC informed Minyon that she would not get a waiver to the intra-conference transfer penalty, that would hardly be bad PR for USC considering restrictions given to other players in the conference in the past (e.g. the fiasco with the incoming freshmen Tia Jackson inherited at UW). Instead of expecting USC to give a player like Minyon a waiver to transfer into Cal, why not Cal recruit Minyon coming out of HS?



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