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Wake Forest basketball’s transfer class officially announced


Wake Forest has officially announced all five of its incoming transfers. Within the announcements, you can get the sense of a common theme — or as much of one that can be gleaned from press release quotes. It’s clear that this time around in recruiting the transfer portal, coach Steve Forbes wanted to find versatility, defensive prowess and competitiveness. (Deacons Illustrated)

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Wake Forest basketball’s transfer class officially announced


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