Cowgirl Basketball: Jaden Hobbs is transferring

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Dec 21, 2008
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A lot of times in sports a coach will meet with a player and tell them they are not in the plans, have not healed fast enough, or they don’t think they can withstand the grind of a long season for various reasons.

It’s not always a negative situation, more of a truthful meeting to lay out a plan. To save face, many players list a reason besides “Coach didn’t think I was in the plans”. This may or may not be the case. It could be something like Nursing major or something that osu doesn’t have but to go to a D2 tells you a little bit. If it was a Coach issue she would probably want to transfer to a d1 then sit. Who knows but wish her luck!!
 

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From the FHSU bio on Jaden

Hobbs will reunite with high school teammate Whitney Randall at FHSU and help bolster a Tiger program fresh off a 32-2 record and NCAA Central Regional Final appearance in 2018-19. Randall was also part of the run of three consecutive state titles at Alva High School.
Given she isn't playing for a pro career, she may have wanted to go play with a friend on a team that wins a lot of games.
 
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From the FHSU bio on Jaden



Given she isn't playing for a pro career, she may have wanted to go play with a friend on a team that wins a lot of games.
Not getting that at OSU.

But really this one hurts only in regards to guard depth. There is none on this Cowgirl team now. Asberry and de Sousa are the only 2 with D1 experience and de Sousa's is very limited. Olivia Gray is not likely to help. Dennis out of Canada is the only other guard OSU signed. Hobbs was a good 3 point shooter, we will see if someone else can fill her shoes in that regards. Hobbs was slow on D, but was smart enough to be able to get in position for charges pretty regularly.