If King Returns, Could Someone Else Transfer?

Anthony King is still waiting on the decision by the NCAA Board of Directors to vote on an approval.

If the NCAA makes the new rule regarding medical redshirts, Miami would have to send in Anthony King's application and paperwork to get approved to play this season, his fifth at UM.

If King does return, could someone else be on the way out?

There have been some grumblings around the team that Jimmy Graham could be looking elsewhere if Anthony King does indeed get his medical redshirt and is allowed to return next season.

Graham, a 6-foot-8 rising junior, could be on the move in search of more playing time. He has said that he wanted to be a full-time starter by the time he was a junior.

With the potential return of King and the emergence of 6-foot-8 athletic rising-sophomore Dwayne Collins, minutes could be hard to come by for Graham.

2005-06 STATS

Player           G-GS    MPG   PPG  RPG  BPG
Anthony King     8-8    26.4   7.9  9.3  1.8
Dwayne Collins  32-22   25.2   8.6  6.5  0.6
Jimmy Graham    24-10   17.8   5.6  4.0  0.7
If Graham does leave, look for him to explore possibilities in the Big Ten, which would suit his physical style more than the ACC.

Miami already has two players that will not be back next season: Denis Clemente (kicked off) and Lawrence Gilbert (transfer).

Christopher Stock can be reached at stock@canestime.com

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