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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2019 @ 9:30 AM
Updated: Thursday, April 11, 2019 @ 9:30 AM
DAYTON — Spring is transfer season in college basketball. Nowadays, almost every team loses somebody. The Dayton Flyers lost their second player on Tuesday when Frankie Policelli announced his decision to transfer.
» RELATED: Dayton’s updated 2019-20 roster
Here’s a list of who’s leaving Atlantic 10 Conference programs. Players listed are ones who decided to transfer since the start of the 2018-19 season. They are listed on the transfer lists on VerbalCommits.com or WatchStadium.com.
Dusan Kovacevic, 6-10, R-Jr., F (1.9 points per game): He appeared in 56 games the last three seasons and is a grad transfer.
Jordan Davis, 6-2, So., G (9.8): After starting 53 games in two seasons, he transferred to Middle Tennessee State in April.
Frankie Policelli, 6-7, Fr., F (0.9): He saw limited action in 20 games and announced his decision to transfer on Tuesday.
Gavin Bizeau, 6-11, Fr., F (1.0): He intends to transfer, according to a report by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
Mike Lewis II, 6-1, Jr., G (5.6): After leading the Dukes in scoring his first two seasons, he saw his playing time decrease as a junior and decided to transfer to Nevada in January after playing in 12 games.
Brandon Wade, 6-2, Fr., G (1.0): He decided to transfer on April 8 after receiving limited playing time as a freshman.
Eric Williams Jr., 6-6, So., G (14.0): He announced his decision to transfer on April 8.
Nick Honor, 5-10, Fr., G (15.3): He led the team in scoring and made the All-A-10 Rookie Team. Jon Rothstein, of CBS Sports, reported Wednesday Honor will transfer.
Jaire Grayer, 6-4, Sr., G (10.0): He’s a grad transfer who missed most of last season with a foot injury.
Shandon Brown, 5-10, Fr., PG (0.5): He averaged 7.8 minutes in 29 games.
Marcus Littles, 6-9, Fr., C (1.9): He averaged 6.7 minutes in 24 games.
Terry Nolan Jr., 6-2, So., G (10.6): He started 20 games and was the team’s third-leading scorer.
Miles Brookins, 6-8, So, F (5.0): He started 15 games last season and averaged 17.3 minutes.
Jayson Brower, 6-5, R-Jr., F (0.4): He appeared in five games.
Traci Carter, 6-0, R-Jr., PG (6.5): He played his first two seasons at Memphis and is now a grad transfer.
Jamir Moultrie, 6-2, So., G (4.3): He appeared in 16 games last season.
Cian Sullivan, 7-2, R-So., C (1.0): He appeared in 15 games the last two seasons.
Curtis Cobb, 6-2, R-Jr., G (8.4): He transferred from Fairfield to UMass and is now a grad transfer.
Jaylen Franklin, 6-2, R-So., PG (0.0): He appeared in one game last season.
Kieran Hayward, 6-4, R-So., G (2.2): He averaged 7.0 minutes in 24 games.
Unique McLean, 6-2, R-So, G (3.0): He made eight starts last season.
Luwane Pipkins, 5-11, R-Jr., G (16.0): He scored 1,416 points in three seasons and moved to Providence as a grad transfer.
Tre Wood, 6-0, Fr., G (3.2): He averaged 16.0 minutes in 24 appearances.
Omar Silverio, 6-3, Fr., G (1.9): He averaged 7.8 minutes in 28 appearances.
Michael Tertsea, 6-10, R-So., C (0.1): He appeared in 15 games the last two seasons.
Keith Oddo, 6-1, R-Jr., PG (0.4): He received limited playing time in eight minutes last season.
Melkisedek Moreaux, 6-6, Jr., F (0.9): He appeared in 10 games for the Bonnies.
Tshiefu Ngalakulondi, 6-6, Jr., F (3.6): He started 11 games last season.
Jared Bynum, 5-8, Fr., PG (11.3): He was the team’s third-leading scorer.
Lamarr Kimble, 6-0, R-Jr., PG (15.5): He scored 958 points in his injury-plagued Saint Joseph’s career.
Carte’Are Gordon, 6-9, Fr., F (8.9): He left the Billikens after appearing in 13 games and transferred to DePaul in January.
Sean Mobley, 6-8, So., F (4.2): He started 36 games over the last two seasons.