Found December 30, 2011 on Hoopniks:
PLAYERS: Jamal Branch
TEAMS: Texas A&M Aggies
6′-3″ freshman point guard Jamal Branch of Texas A&M has decided to transfer. Branch, formerly a top-50 recruit in the 2011 class, left the team prior to their Thursday victory over Arkansas Tech. Aggies head coach Billy Kennedy said of the decision,”Jamal Branch and his father decided to look at some other options and transfer [...] Related posts: Touted freshman Khem Birch is homeward bound from Pitt Texas A&M Lands Home Cooked Guard J-Mychal Reese Touted JUCO Guard Musa Abdul-Aleem Picks South Florida
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