Thursday, March 10, 2011

Offseason Ivy League Transactions

In roster report news, The Cornell Basketball Blog has updated our roster total calculations for next season. Below is also listing of the seniors expected to graduate and the incoming recruits for each of the eight Ivy League schools. Links to players' season stats are also provided.

Graduation losses: Mark Coury (6-9), Aaron Osgood (6-9), Adam Wire (6-6)
  • Nenad Tomic F 6-7 North Royalton OH HS
  • Dave LaMore C 6-10 Whitmore Lake MI Dexter HS
  • Deion Giddens C 6-9 Surprise AZ Willow Canyon HS
  • Shonn Miller G/F 6-6 Cleveland OH St. Ignatius HS
  • Galal Cancer G 6-2 Albany NY Christian Brothers HS
  • Devin Cherry G 6-3 Meridian MS HS
Graduation losses: Peter Sullivan (6-5), Garrett Leffelman (6-4), Adrian Williams (6-1), Chris Taylor (6-8)
  • Jon Schmidt F 6-7 Baltimore MD Friends School
  • Rafael Maia C 6-9 Pittsford ME Maine Central Institute
  • Christian Gore G 6-3 El Paso TX Franklin HS
  • Joe Sharkey G 6-2 Northfield MA Northfield Mt Hermon School
  • Stephen Albrecht G 6-2 Crown Point IN HS/Univ. of Toledo
Graduation losses: Asenso Ampim (6-6), Max Craig (7-0), Zack Crimmins (7-0)
  • Samer Ozier F 6-8 Novi MI HS
  • Corey Osetkowski C 6-10 San Diego CA Canyon Crest HS
  • Noah Springwater G 6-3 University HS San Francisco CA
  • Jamal Sims G 6-0 Greenbelt MD Roosevelt HS
  • Alex Rosenberg F 6-7 Millburn NJ Peddie School
  • Skylar Scrivan F 6-9 Hightstown NJ Peddie School
Graduation losses: Ronnie Dixon (6-1), Clive Weeden (6-9)
  • Will McConnell F 6-6 Atherton CA Sacred Heart Prep
  • J'Vonte Brooks F 6-6 Northfield MA Northfield Mount Hermon School
  • Gabas Maldunas C 6-8 Plymouth NH Holderness School
  • Kirill Savolainen F 6-5 Lynchburg VA Episcopal HS
  • John Golden F 6-6 Northfield MA Northfield Mount Hermon School
  • Mack McKearney G 6-2 Okemos MI HI
Graduation losses: none
  • Max Hooper F 6-6 Wolfesboro NH Brewster Academy
  • Steve Moundou Missi F 6-6 Monteverde FL Montverde Academy
  • Wes Saunders F 6-5 Los Angeles Windward School
  • Corbin Miller G 6-2 Salt Lake City UT Brighton HS
  • Kenyatta Smith C 6-8 La Canada CA Flintridge Prep
  • Jonah Travis F 6-6 Minneapolis MN DeLaSalle HS
Graduation losses:
Jack Eggleston (6-8), Andreas Schreiber (6-9), Conor Turley, (6-7) Darren Smith (6-4), Dan Monckton (6-6)
  • Patrick Lucas Perry G 5-10 Flint MI Powers HS
  • Henry Brooks F 6-8 Lithonia GA Miller HS
  • Keelan Cairns F 6-10 Belfast Ireland Barking Abbey
  • Simeon Espirit F 6-5 London, England Barking Abbey
  • Camryn Crocker G 6-3 Los Alamtios CA HS
  • Xavier Harris F 6-5 Philadelphia PA Constitution HS
  • Greg Louis F 6-7 Palm Beach Gardens FL Dwyer HS
Graduation losses: Kareem Maddox (6-8), Dan Marvaides (6-4), Bobby Foley (6-5)
  • Brian Fabrizius C 6-10 Meridien NH Kimball Union School
  • Bobby Garbade C 6-9 Binghamton NY Seton Catholic HS
  • Clay Wilson G 6-3 Tulsa OK Lincoln Christian HS
  • Denton Koon F 6-7 Liberty MO HS
Graduation Losses: Porter Braswell (6-1), Raffi Mantilla (6-3), Alfonso Costa (6-1)
  • Brandon Sherrod F 6-6 Stratford CT Choate Rosemary Hall HS
  • Armani Cotton G 6-6 Northfield MA Northfield Mount Hermon School
  • Will Childs-Klein C 6-11 Ladue MO Horton Watkins HS
  • Javier Duren G 6-2 St. Louis MO Oakville High School
  • Matt Townsend F 6-6 Chappaqua NY HS

(edited/updated 4.20.11)


Anonymous said...

I think, for the sake of older alumni with more sensitivity to these things, you should maybe not retweet tweets with explicit language. I mean, Drew Ferry's father is a priest or something, right? And I'm pretty sure Dom Scelfo's mom is following you as well.

Anonymous said...

Xavier Harris still has a little work left to do on his SAT's.

Anonymous said...

Columbia also graduates Brian Grimes

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

Harris has to score 30 more points on his SATs, but he is still a commitment.

Drew's father is a college president.

Brian Grimes is eligible for a 5th year.

Anonymous said...

C'nell beats Penn twice. Wrobo outplays Rosen both games, and winds up on the second team ! Thats a joke.