ST. LOUIS If you haven't heard by now, Frank Haith landed another one.
The Mizzou basketball coach's freshest addition to his collection of transfers is former Baylor guard Deuce Bello, a four-star high school recruit who logged two subpar seasons in Waco (2.8 points and 10.6 minutes per game) before looking for more playing time elsewhere.
The news is just the most recent example of Haith's heavy presence in the frenzied competition for college transfers. It's the biggest gamble in college basketball, but one too valuable to sit out on especially when an estimated 40 percent of college players will transfer in their first two years.
"It's part of the business right now," Haith told FOX Sports Midwest in an April 18 interview. "It's no different than what John Calipari is doing at Kentucky. But we are doing it on the back end. You know what I mean? He is getting guys that are one-and-done high school All-Americans. ... But our kids are going to get degrees. They're here at the ...