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2022 Transfer Big Johni Broome SIGNS WITH AU!!!


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18 minutes ago, Dual-Threat Rigby said:

He doesn’t really affect it being an overall great year for transfers

Ummm. Your statement strongly implies his ranking on On3 is due to a great transfer year. The 2 statement go hand in hand & contradict each other.

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14 minutes ago, ellitor said:

Ummm. Your statement strongly implies his ranking on On3 is due to a great transfer year. The 2 statement go hand in hand & contradict each other.

My statement “implies” that he isn’t ranked as high as was mentioned because it’s a great transfer year. Even if he performed better in workouts or w/e, there’s a ton of great players he’d have to hop over. That’s all I was saying 

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Auburn's Johni Broome reverses course on 2022 NBA Draft decision

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The 2022 NBA Draft is a few months away and Auburn Tigers‘ basketball fans got some great news on Thursday evening. They recently landed former Morehead State star Johni Broome via the transfer portal and while he was considering staying in the 2022 NBA Draft, he changed his mind, he announced via his Twitterpage on Thursday evening. 

“After discussing with my family and reflecting over the past month, I have decided to withdraw from the draft and turn my focus to helping Auburn win a national title. I have gained invaluable experience and insight throughout this process, and now look forward to getting to work with my teammates and Auburn staff. I’d like to thank God, my family friends, teammates, coaches, and fans for your support along my journey. I’m all in and ready to get to work. WDE! –Johni Broome #4

Broome declared for the 2022 NBA Draft a little bit more than a month ago on April 1st, but he did not sign with an agent. He was one of the nation’s most coveted prospects in the transfer portal and will join 6-foot-10 center Yohan Traore to form one of the nation’s best frontcourts. Traore happens to be the third-highest rated prospect in Auburn basketball history. According to the On3 Rankingsfor the 2022 class, the 6-foot-10 power forward was rated as the No. 12 overall prospect in America and was also rated as a five-star prospect. When Broome picked the Tigers, he picked them over the Florida Gators.

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Didn't realize he was still in draft when he signed. Glad he's coming back. 

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