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Transfers Could Have Major Big 10 Impact in 2003-04
February 7, 2003
Transfers could have a major impact in the Big 10 race next year. A number of teams have players sitting out this year after transferring from other schools.
Michigan expects to get a big boost next year when J.C. Mathias becomes eligible. Mathias, a 6-7 power forward comes to the Wolverines via the University of Virginia.
Minnesota is eagerly awaiting 6-2 point guard Adam Boone next year. Boone, a Minnesota native, spent his first two seasons as a part-time starter at North Carolina.
Ohio State figures to get a boost from J.J. Sullinger and Tony Stockman. Sullinger, a 6-5 shooting guard, transferred after being a starter at Arkansas. Stockman is a 6-0 point guard who comes to the Buckeyes via Clemson.
Illinois expects to get a boost along its frontline when Jack Ingram a 6-10 forward/center becomes eligible to play next year. Ingram comes to the Illini from Tulsa where he was originally recruited by Illinois coach Bill Self.