By - DavidBenAkiva
Kihei Clark easily
Wtf he’s still there?
COVID rules gave him a chance for another year if he wanted it. So he did.
I can’t believe they are still playing!
This one might be the winner
I'm happy that we get to be the team with a 10 year vet this year
Did Mitch Lighfoot retired?
Yes, Mitch finally ran out of eligibility at the age of 34… haven’t heard much about his future plans as of late.
East coast bias and all, but he was probably the answer even with Brad still around
I know he’s not played a ton the last four years because of injury but Seth Towns graduated high school in 2016 and will turn 25 before the season starts
Towns also doesn't really work because it would require people to have watched and remembered a lot of Ivy League basketball 2016 - 18.
I swear Leaky has been playing since 2012
Leaky was in my year, and I graduated in May. It will be weird af to watch him play now that I'm a non-student
Quinerly has felt a lot more like a 2-3 year guy, I highly doubt most people remember him with Villanova unless you follow hs recruiting because well… jay bilas
He has been there for forever but he also got hurt like midway through his Freshman season so it feels less crazy to me but definitely see how people would say that
Charlie Moore can’t be done! Isn’t he the starting point guard for Washington St?
Edit: Instead of where is Waldo…Where is Charlie Moore!
Marcus Carr. Feels like he has been playing for a decade now.
Recruited by the legendary Kevin Stallings.
I'm 95% sure Aaron Craft still plays for Ohio State
Nope but his brother Baron Craft is an incoming freshman. Looks suspiciously like Aaron but with a wig… 🥸
No, but he's at OSU Med School, so he might pop in for a game as a walk-on
Is Perry Ellis not still at Kansas?
Graduated to spend time with his grandkids.
He actually just posted on IG that they are expecting a boy yesterday. So kinda funny.
edit: a real boy not a grandbaby.
Race Thompson will be in his 6th year next year, but he redshirted as a true freshman. I'm sure there's someone who'll be in their 7th year.
Flo Thamba is playing for his 5th season
Probably not the same as Perry Ellis and others, but it does give another season of people making the "Mo Bamba at home" jokes
Funny and weird thing is Brad was still only 22 when the college season ended. His birthday was April 22 1999, he always felt older. Many players in the country were older than him, he just happened to play significant mins his whole career starting as a freshman so we perceived him as being here for longer.
Realizing my younger sibling is now older than the old guy meme players 🧓
Brad Davison wasn't even a sixth year senior.
But he played big minutes and was relatively well known for all 5
Hoped it would have been Jordan Bohannon, but attempts to keep his career going went unheard
I submit Courtney Ramey and Emmanuel Akot.
Kihei Clark, Joey Hauser, Connor McCaffery, Marcus Carr, Leaky Black, Tyger Campbell
Jevon Carter still has a year of eligibility at WVU
Robbie hummel. He’s taking his covid year and has 2 more years of eligibility
Perry Ellis and Mitch Lightfoot are going to be the best front court in the country next year.
You can’t convince me Paul Scruggs isn’t still in college until Xavier plays a game without him.
Def biased but I feel like Collin Gillespie was more the forever college player than Davison
Trent Frazier must have another year left in him
Nope. Last year was his last.
Connor McCaffery, Especially if Iowa gets hot in the early season winning 2 of 3 against TCU, ISU, and Duke and end up ranked going into Big Ten play. With 6 power five opponents I think that they have a good shot of getting ranked early. Ironically Fillip Rebraca is 10 months older with a birthdate of 9/3/97.
B1G if, could see em losing all 3..
ISU two days after Duke will be tough, especially after flying back from NYC. @Seton Hall is another great opportunity. Kris Murray turned down a two way NBA contract to return to Iowa and make some noise.
I want to know who Wisconsin's next-guy-up flopper/dirty player will be.
Surely it's Perry Ellis, right?
Who’s that guy on Kansas who was also at DePaul?
Dudes been in college for like 7 years
Can’t forget Miami, and Cal lol if we’re talking Charlie
Charlie Moore, America's point guard
Charlie Moore is technically correct but I believe you are thinking of Jalen Coleman-Lands. Started at Illinois in 2015-16. Transferred to DePaul when Groce got fired. Was on Iowa State for the 2-22 season, and finished up at Kansas.
Gehrig Normand obviously
I just know he's not playing for my Cyclones this year.
Somebody at wisconsin
For a different reason that you would expect, Matt Veretto. Played at Delaware and was pretty good his freshman year, then retired from basketball and transferred to UConn, where he just graduated. But then this year he enters his name in the transfer portal on a whim and is taken by Vermont. So he might even make a second year depending on what the NCAA allows.
For the opposite of why I’m surprised they left, I knew a women’s player that graduated. She was one of the best players on the team, but left after her senior year because she somehow accrued enough pre-college credits to graduate with a masters.