Dandy Don sez Jordan Wright to LSu

In men’s basketball news, Jordan Wright, a former Dunham School standout and Vanderbilt small forward, announced that he is transferring to LSU. The 6-foot-6, 220-pounder scored 1,167 points during his four years at Vanderbilt, averaging 9.5 points per game. Wright cited the LSU coaching staff and the opportunity to play in front of friends and family as the main reasons for his decision to transfer. As a Baton Rouge native, he will be returning home for his last year of eligibility. Wright expressed his confidence in the LSU staff, stating that they have laid out a plan to help him succeed not only in the upcoming season but beyond.

Wright is a welcome addition to a roster that will likely need lots of help from the transfer portal. As of now, LSU is set to return eight players from last season’s team — Trae Hannibal, Cam Hayes, Adam Miller, Jaylen Reed, Tyrell Ward, Derek Fountain, Mwani Wilkinson and Shawn Phillips — as well as signees Corey Chest and Mike Williams. According to NCAA rules, a college basketball team can have up to 15 players on its roster, meaning LSU has room for four more if no more of the current players decide to enter the transfer portal.

Scholarship limit is 15?

13 for men. 15 for women.

Right. Dandy Don thinks it is 15 for men.

It happens. We all have brain farts.

Then there’s Dandy Don, whose cerebral flatus is permanent.

You can have 15 on your roster, but two of those are walk-ons.

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