Monthly Archives: June 2013

Big South Conference Basketball Transfer List – Updated

The Big South Conference men’s basketball transfer list has grown from the last time we visited it. As of today, there are 16 players who have announced they will not return to their old schools, with six of those players naming their new universities. Additionally, four players from other conferences will be coming to Big South schools.

Keith Hornsby, who averaged 15 PPG for Asheville last season, will take his talents to LSU
Keith Hornsby, who averaged 15 PPG for Asheville last season, will take his talents to LSU

The latest announcement is that of UNC Asheville’s talented rising junior, Keith Hornsby. The 6’4″ guard recently announced he will be transferring to LSU, where he will sit out the 2013-14 season, per NCAA regulations. Here is the entire list updated on June 24.

Transferring out of the Big South Conference are the following 16 players (capital letters indicate the school the player will be transferring to):

Dorian Albritton, 6-4, G, Fr., VMI
Justin Cheek, 6-3, G, Jr., High Point
Matt Citron, 6-7, PF, Fr., Presbyterian, ADELPHI
Greg Dorleus, 6-9, F, Soph., Coastal Carolina
Trey Freeman, 6-2, G, Soph., Campbell, OLD DOMINION
Keith Hornsby, 6-4, G, Jr., UNC Asheville, LSU
Steve Johnson, 6-7, C, Jr., Winthrop
Jarred Jourdan, 6-4, G, Soph., Liberty
Michael Kessens, 6-9, F, Fr., Longwood, ALABAMA
Max Landis, 6-2, G, Soph, Gardner-Webb
Kirk Stainbe, 6-5, F, Fr., Longwood
Gavin Stephenson, 6-3, G, Fr. VMI
Anthony Taylor, 6-3, G, RS Jr., Longwood
Larry Taylor, 6-1, G, Fr., Liberty
Jarvis Thibadeaux, 6-8, F, Fr., Presbyterian
Eric Washington, 5-10, G, So., Presbyterian, MIAMI (OHIO)

Here are the four players who have announced they are transferring into the Big South Conference:

Josh Castellanos, 6-1, G, Jr., Mount Saint Mary’s, GARDNER-WEBB
Rod Days, 6-6, F, So., UCF, CAMPBELL
Lotanna Nwogbo, 6-8, PF, Soph., Tulane, LONGWOOD
Eric Smith, 5-11, G, Jr., South Carolina, COASTAL CAROLINA

This list will be updated, should it be necessary, in the future.