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Mizzou basketball landed yet another big name transfer today with the addition of former Baylor forward Deuce Bello. Terez Paylor confirmed the news on Twitter today.
Just got off the phone with former Baylor SF Deuce Bello. As @gabedearmond first reported, Bello has decided to transfer to #Mizzou.
— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) May 20, 2013
Bello will have to sit out next year before he is eligible to play for the 2014-15 season. Tigers coach Frank Haith will most likely look for an immediate impact out of Bello, who was a four-star prospect and ranked as one of the top forwards in the nation coming out of high school.
Bello was never able to become much of a contributor with the Bears, averaging just over 10 minutes per game in his first two seasons. He committed to Baylor along with his high school teammate Quincy Miller, but it was Miller who became a star, not Bello. At the end of this past season, Bello decided to transfer to a school where he could get more playing time. I...
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It’s been a tumultuous week for the Baylor Bears. After losing underclassmen L.J. Rose and Deuce Bello to transfer, on Monday it was announced that 6′-10″, 280 pound center Dominic Woodson had been released from his letter of intent to play at the school next season. Woodson is a native of Texas that is among the top 10 centers in the [...]
Last November center Dominic Woodson, the 80th ranked player in the 2013 class, picked the Baylor Bears. However, after Isaiah Austin and Cory Jefferson both opted to return to school, suddenly there wasn’t a lot of space in Baylor’s front court. So It appears Woodson has had second thoughts and de-committed from Baylor.
So what next for the 6-9, 245 center?
I don’t know,...
Baylor Bears head coach Art Briles knows how to utilize Twitter. On Monday, he tweeted out his congratulations to two former Baylor cheerleaders that made the final round of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleading tryouts. If you think high school football players aren’t paying attention to how attractive the cheerleaders/girls at Baylor are, then you are sadly mistaken. Well done...
Tony Criswell, 6-9: Criswell enrolled at UAB in 2009 and redshirted. After his redshirt freshman year (3.2 ppg, 3.6 rpg) he transferred to Independence CC for a year before enrolling at Mizzou.
Ernest Ross, 6-5: Ross began his career at Auburn, where he played for two seasons. He sat out the 2011-12 season after transferring to Missouri.