Friday night notes (Recruiting tidbit, MTSU women may get big-time transfer)

Here are just a few random notes on a Friday night, starting off with a recruiting tidbit. UNT has offered Allen offensive lineman Cody Wheeler.

We should see a little more movement when UNT’s camps start in the middle of the summer.

In other news from around C-USA via Adam Sparks over at the DNJ in Murfreesboro. …

It appears as of the rich might be getting richer in the world of women’s basketball. In a real humdinger, Kansas State guard Leticia Romero, the Big 12 freshman of the year, is looking to transfer and asked for permission to speak with 94 schools. According to Sparks, Kansas State denied her permission to speak with any of those schools, but forgot to put one on the list. Yeah, MTSU.

So Romero is supposedly visiting Murfreesboro, which would in theory give MTSU a great shot to sign the guard who averaged 14.2 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 1.9 steals per game.

Remember, MTSU pretty much goes to the NCAA tournament every year. It’s not like the cupboard is bare over there. I know that women’s basketball isn’t big on the radar of most UNT fans, but that is a heck of a break for the Blue Raiders if it works out like it appears as if it might.

And finally, if you flip on the TV now, the Louisiana-Lafayette softball team is in action. The Ragin’ Cajuns are hosting Arizona in a Super Regional. Former UNT head coach T.J. Hubbard is the associate head coach. I just saw him coaching first base.

Tracey Kee is doing a good job at UNT, but it is nice to see one of the good guys who came through town, stabilized the program and laid the foundation for its rise over the last couple of years doing well at his next stop.

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