We looked at three transfers out of Northern Colorado, but let's take a look at a few more that are transferring out.
- Wade Collie (Southern Utah) - This one is probably not a big surprise, as there's no guarantee he would have ever suited up for the Thunderbirds again after his off-court issues during the season. Collie averaged seven points and four rebounds per game this year, though he wasn't the most efficient offensive player. SUU will be short on offensive firepower, so he could have had a big role on the team if he had been able to make it back.I am not sure about his status after his arrest earlier this year... anybody know more?
- Zach Ghormley (Southern Utah) - Ghormley played just 21 minutes as a freshman, scoring seven points and nabbing three rebounds on the year. To be honest, I don't know all that much about him. While it's never good to lose a guy you have just had in the program for the last year, I'm not sure he had a chance to make much of an impact in the program during his year. He seemed to be a versatile player coming out of high school.
- Jeff Budinich (Montana State) - Budinger was another guy that was involved in an off-court incident during his time, which resulted in a suspension for him and Tremayne Johnson being kicked off the team. While he had some range on his jumpshot, he didn't have a huge impact, playing just five minutes per game last season. He is a guy that should be replaceable for Brad Huse.
- Wayne Bradford (Weber State) - I am sure that Bradford is a talented kid, there was just no real opportunity for him at Weber State with the depth that they have, as well as the fact that he seems to have been recruited over with the guys they are bringing in. He played 55 minutes last year, but they were all in garbage time. Hopefully he will catch on somewhere, but there just was not really a place for him in a Weber State rotation, unfortunately. He averaged about ten points per game as a freshman in community college.
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