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College Basketball Transfer Portal Update

Reading Time: 2 minutesAfter an eventful 2021 College Basketball season capping off in Indianapolis, the Baylor Bears came out on top after a dominant championship win versus the highly favored Gonzaga Bulldogs. As the nations best keep making their decisions as to what their next step will be, we focus on the teams and players who I believe will come out on top next season. In 2022 we will see a very different atmosphere as fans will be back in the arenas which makes a massive difference for inter-conference games. With that being said, the transfer portal has been...

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Interview with Alabama’s Top Transfer: Jordan Bruner

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Coronavirus has stopped the world of sports. However, there are some aspects that are continuing, whether it is the NFL Draft or free agency. For college basketball, the transfer portal was thrust into the spotlight as more athletes than ever are testing its waters. Many players will transfer to better their situation, whether a new school will lead to more playing time or more national exposure. I was fortunate to land an interview with one of the transfer portal’s most prized possessions, Yale forward Jordan Bruner. Bruner averaged 10.9 PPG, 9.2 RPG, and 3.8 APG...

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Interview with Samson Ruzhentsev: Gators’ Top Basketball Recruit

Reading Time: 2 minutesOver the last few years, Samson Ruzhentsev has become a standout basketball player at Hamilton Heights Christian Academy in Chattanooga, Tennessee: a school notorious for producing talent in the basketball world. Recently, Hamilton Heights produced rising NBA stars in Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, and numerous other D1  players. This season particularly, Ruzhentsev led Hamilton Heights to a multitude of success. Individually, Ruzhentsev’s rankings skyrocketed, mirroring the success of Hamilton Heights. Before this season, Ruzhentsev was ranked 110th nationally. However, by the final rankings by 24/7 Sports, he was ranked 44th in the nation. With Ruzhentsev’s size...

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