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Area Media Coverage Of Seth Berger's Stress Fracture

Today's player preview from Dan Malone in is on junior transfer Jabarie Hinds.

Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette spoke with head coach Derek Kellogg about Jabarie Hinds' role of either starting or coming off the bench.

Dan Malone of has a starting lineup update as junior transfer Jabarie Hinds may not start, but that he's okay with that.

Rothstein: Five under-the-radar transfers to watch in 2014-15

Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) has been a busy guy lately, breaking out a number of top 5, top 10, underrated and overrated lists on the CBS Eye On College Basketball site. Today's list is the top 5 Under the Radar Transfers to Watch in 2014-15... which is headlined by UMass rising junior Jabarie Hinds. He has this to say about the top-50 recruit from Mount Vernon, N.Y. who played two seasons at West Virginia before transferring to UMass last summer.

Jabarie HindsJabarie Hinds, UMass
A former Top 50 recruit out of high school, Hinds will be a perfect replacement for Chaz Williams in the Minutemen's high-octane attack. The 5-foot-11 point guard is made for open court basketball and that's just what Derek Kellogg implements on a daily basis. Hinds was somewhat confined during his two-year stretch at West Virginia and should give UMass a dynamic troika on the perimeter along with Derrick Gordon and Trey Davis. Hinds averaged 7.4 points in each of his two seasons in Morgantown.

Read the complete CBS Sports story on the other four under-the-radar transfers here...