This ought to stir things up a bit: Antoine Mason, son of Anthony, has opted to take his 25.6 ppg and leave Niagara behind.
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As a graduate, he's eligible to play immediately wherever he goes.
There are schools which will be calling at all hours of the night for that. Maryland really, really needs a guard. USC might like to feature him for a year. Since LA is an NBA town, he'd get plenty of scouts passing through, and Andy Enfield would have fun with him in the lineup.
Wake Forest, we imagine, would be thrilled to get him. Bruce Pearl no doubt is ready to pounce for Auburn, though he still can't recruit.
The list goes on and on. This is going to be one of the most interesting transfers in recent memory.
And speaking of transfers, two former ACC guys have found new homes: Roddy Peters, late of Maryland, will head to USF where former Kentucky assistant Orlando Antigua is building a program.
And former Demon Deacon Arnaud William-Adala Moto is also taking a step down competitively: he'll finish his career at Towson.
And while we're at it, Kansas refugee Andrew White III says he's hearing most often from Maryland, Wake Forest, Miami, FSU, Notre Dame, Nebraska and Richmond.
And finally on the transfer front, Campbell grad Darius Leonard says he's down to Wake Forest, Miami, Drexel and Virginia for his final season. Eligible immediately, obviously.