Boys' Hoops: List of Transfers

Changes of Address

Some of the top boys' basketball players who have switched schools.

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Steve Griffin, who averaged 16 points and earned second-team all-Catholic League honors while playing for Father Judge last season, is now at Philadelphia Electrical. (Betsy Lucas, Scholastic Play-by-Play Network)

Player Pos. Yr. New School Old School

Darryl Bagwell G Sr. Imhotep Charter Northeast

Traci Carter G Jr. So. Roman Catholic Prep Charter

Conrad Chambers G Jr. Chester Friends' Central

Zafir Copeland G Sr. Archbishop Carroll Upper Darby

Marquese Daniels G Sr. Philadelphia Electrical West Catholic

Sammy Foreman G So. Roberts Vaux Haverford School

Steve Griffin G Sr. Philadelphia Electrical Father Judge

Secean Johnson G-F Sr. Penn Wood Roman Catholic

Quazzie Johnson G So. Shipley World Communications

Terry Larrier G-F Jr. Phelps John F. Kennedy (N.Y.)

Britton Lee G Sr. Math, Civics and Sciences Roman Catholic

Abraham Massaley G Sr. Imhotep Charter Math, Civics and Sciences

Trayvond Massenberg F Jr. Roberts Vaux Imhotep Charter

Lou Meyers G Jr. Math, Civics and Sciences Southern

Sebastian Pepper G So. Shipley Pope John Paul II

Matt Rodden G-F Jr. Shipley La Salle

Howard Sellars G Sr. Coatesville Church Farm

Manny Taylor F So. Roman Catholic Life Center Academy (N.J.)

Shafeek Taylor G-F Jr. Math, Civics and Sciences Roman Catholic

Basil Thompson F Jr. Imhotep Charter Math, Civics and Sciences

Isaiah Warren G Sr. Chester Archbishop Carroll

Tymir Watson G So. Constitution Boys' Latin

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