Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Four Montana State Players Transferring

Last week, Montana State coach Brian Fish announced that four players are leaving the Bobcats program.

Junior forward Terrell Brown and two freshmen — center Bradley Fisher and guard Joey Frenchwood — will continue their careers elsewhere. Fish says sophomore forward Ryan Shannon is retiring due to health concerns, but plans to remain a student at MSU.

Read more here: http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2015/03/25/4206583/4-montana-state-basketball-players.html#storylink=cpy
On the court, it shouldn't be a huge loss.

Ryan Shannon played just three games, and with the injury issues, never really became a contributor. Bradley Fisher also played sparingly as a freshman, and was always going to be a project. He committed to the previous regime, and didn't seem like a great fit for Fish's program.

Terrell Brown was solid as a sophomore, but struggled as a junior, and was mostly a non-contributor by the end of the year. This gives the Bobcats another scholarship to work with rather than using it on a senior.

Joey Frenchwood got some time as a freshman, but may not have quite been ready. He was just 8/25 inside the arc, and 13/38 behind it. More concerning, he turned the ball over a ton, especially for a guard. He is still young, but it wouldn't be a surprise if it was a mutual decision for his departure.

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