Quincy Allen returns to the court for Buffs

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The Colorado Buffaloes men’s basketball team watched quite a few players depart after the season. Elijah Parquet transferred to UNLV, then Keeshawn Barthelemy transferred to Pac-12 rival Oregon.

Jabari Walker has declared for the NBA draft, and there could be more movement in the next couple of months.

But, Tad Boyle’s team did get some good news as they look ahead to the 2022-23 season.

According to Pat Rooney of BuffZone, Quincy Allen has been cleared for activities following a hip injury.

With spring drills coming soon, Allen is ready to go. (h/t Rooney).

“I’m feeling really good. It feels good to be back out here. I was always part of the team, but this makes you feel like part of the team more, being able to play with everybody. It’s a lot more fun. It’s such a relief to be healthy after these last six months. It was kind of tough, so this feels good.”

The four-star recruit and 2021 Gatorade Washington DC Player of the Year was expected to play a significant role for the Buffs in his first year in Boulder but didn’t suit up for a single game.

With the losses of Parquet, Barthelemy, Evan Battey and the likely departure of Walker, Allen’s presence will be a massive lift for the Buffs, especially with lofty expectations as Joe Lunardi had CU in his way-too-early bracketology.

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