Will Bryson follow CRT to UT?

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I think he will. He’d benefit from a year of better coaching and competition.
 

Lil_Train

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I saw that UT has one returning player, who isn't even a starter. If BW decides to return, playing time should be plentiful.
 

Prospero915

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What are the rules on Division 1 transfers now? He had to sit out a year to play here but he can leave and play right away at Texas??
 

Minerforlife

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It's dumb if he wants to play professional basketball. He's not an NBA prospect. He may get on a summer league roster but his future is in Europe. He's already 23. No matter what he does next year the NBA isn't going to draft a 24 year old. He risks getting injured and never getting paid.
 
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MinerManiac

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Bryson might be why Beard wanted Terry. I doubt it was Terry's X & O strategies.

If Bryson plays for the Longhorns it will be for one year. Now coaches have been hired for their ability to bring in a star player before (Danny Manning's dad Ed Manning comes to mind), but it is always for a player who is expected to be around for a while, not for a one year rental. Beard wanted Terry because he is an excellent recruiter, who brought in a lot of top talent to UT during his previous stint as an assistant there.
 

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It's dumb if he wants to play professional basketball. He's not an NBA prospect. He may get on a summer league roster but his future is in Europe. He's already 23. No matter what he does next year the NBA isn't going to draft a 24 year old. He risks getting injured and never getting paid.
You can live just fine playing overseas. BW needs to get sign, get on a plane and get paid. Right Mr. Culpepper?
 

MineroFanatico

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You can live just fine playing overseas. BW needs to get sign, get on a plane and get paid. Right Mr. Culpepper?
The thing that brings most American players back is the constant movement from one team/club to the next. I also have heard that the loneliness can be overbearing. The money is there, though to make a good living.
 

FeralFelidae

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It's dumb if he wants to play professional basketball. He's not an NBA prospect. He may get on a summer league roster but his future is in Europe. He's already 23. No matter what he does next year the NBA isn't going to draft a 24 year old. He risks getting injured and never getting paid.
Is he working on a master's? (Has he graduated?)

If he's a year away from a master's, then a master's from UT is a nice fall-back plan. Some percentage of these players are actually student-athletes.
 

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