That's what I thought you meant. Still probably not a huge list if you include "plain old power 5", but can probably come up with a few more.When said "Blue Bloods" in the post, I was originally referring to the actual blue bloods. Kentucky, Duke, UNC, Kansas.
We've certainly had a number of transfers go to Power 5 D1 programs. Minnesota and Illannoy certainly aren't in that blue blood category.
Trevor Anderson announced that he’ll play next season at Valparaiso.
“Thank you Wisconsin for everything,” Anderson said on his Instagram account. “Excited for one last ride before I put the ball down for good.”
Anderson averaged 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds in 68 career games for the Badgers after spending his freshman season at UW-Green Bay.
He appeared in 29 games in 2020-21, averaging 3.1 points, 1.2 rebounds and 14.2 minutes.
According to an MVC spokesperson, current league rules say Clay is allowed to transfer within the conference but Valparaiso would be allowed to block the player from being able to play immediately. It remains unclear if Valpo will block Clay.
The Valley could change those rules with the possibility of upcoming NCAA rule changes. Multiple reports indicate that the NCAA is close to allowing one-time immediate transfers for all athletes.