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According to CBSSports' Jeff Goodman. Abundantly clear that Cal is looking to add one more guard to the roster.
Julius Mays, a 6-foot-2 guard at Wright State who averaged 14.1 points this past season, announced he'll go elsewhere and be able to play immediately for his final campaign.
Mays told CBSSports.com that his initial list consists of Purdue, Michigan State, Kentucky, Cincinnati and possibly Michigan.
Damontre Harris is on a tour of two elite schools, Jordan Clarkson has begun his visits and one-year transfer Julius Mays is hearing from no shortage of high-majors. We've got you covered with some news regarding many of the top transfers.
how good is he chris???...will he help?
Digging around for some additional information on him. Stay tuned. Don't think Cal would take him if he felt like he couldn't help.
Aw, didn't see this one, my bad. . .
I'll have (much) more on Mays later tonight guys.
I'm holding you to that
Keep Calm & Stoops On..
And by later tonight, he means 11:59
Played at NC State for two seasons. Increase in minutes but decrease in production from his 1st to 2nd season. Transferred to Wright St, sat out a year, then was the best player on a poor team. Stats show he should be a solid shooter (42% from 3 last season and 83%+ from the FT line all three years of playing) and a decent ball-handler/decision maker (positive ast:to ratio all three seasons).
Interested in how big a priority Cal is making him. Has a very good list of coaches after him so he should be pretty solid imo.
Closer to 930
I would assume he's a backup plan if we miss on Lyons?
Info's up. Locking this one down.
Wright State junior shooting guard Julius Mays has decided to transfer for his senior season and lists UK on his list of possible destinations. Read more on House of Blue.
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