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Meet your latest Mizzou grad transfer candidate: South Dakota’s Matt Mooney

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You can cross one name off of the Grad Transfer Candidates list...

...and add another.

Our Matt Harris will have more on Mooney (and many others) soon, but here are some Mooney Basics:

  • A 6’3 guard from Wauconda, Ill. (yes, Wauconda), his career began at Air Force, but he transferred after his first year. You can read more about that here.
  • He averaged 18.7 points per game for a pretty dang good Coyotes team. He averaged 18.6 PPG last season and earned all-conference honors both years.
  • He ranked in the nation’s top 500 in % of team shots taken when on the court (39th), steal% (50th, and without committing many fouls), % of possessions used (71st), FT% (216th), % of team minutes on the court (391st), and assist rate (414th). He’s a high-usage dude, but he shoots well enough to remain pretty efficient.

Pretty good player. Mizzou will evidently have some stiff competition for him, though.

NCAA Basketball: South Dakota at Duke
Matt Mooney
Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

In other news, here’s one potential late contender you can cross off of Courtney Ramey’s list:


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