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A host of international names return to club action on Friday night when Glasgow Warriors host Munster at Rugby Park, live on Sky Sports 5 HD. Mike Singletary Bears Jersey . Scotland quartet Sean Lamont, Gordon Reid, Tim Swinson and Duncan Weir all return to the Glasgow starting XV, with prop Zander Fagerson named on the bench, while Munster hand starts to Ireland forwards Tommy ODonnell and Donnacha Ryan.Fridays game has been moved to the home of Kilmarnock FC due to Scotstoun being waterlogged, and the Warriors only victory in their last seven games came at this venue when they beat Racing 92 last month. Head coach Gregor Townsend makes nine changes to the team that lost 13-10 at Ulster last weekend. Wallaby wing Taqele Naiyaravoro is promoted from the bench while Peter Horne partners Glenn Bryce in midfield.Weir returns at scrum-half with skipper Josh Strauss and Chris Fusaro named in the back row.Its our first home game for a few weeks, against one of our contenders for a play-off spot so its an important match for us, said Townsend.Munster are one of the top teams in the league, so were well aware of the challenge we face at Rugby Park. Glasgow suffered their sixth PRO12 loss of the season at Ulster in round 14 Munster have lost four of their last six PRO12 games and head coach Anthony Foley makes five changes to the team beaten at home by the Ospreys last Sunday.Ryan and ODonnell return to the pack with fellow Ireland international James Cronin among the replacements. Niall Scannell is named at hooker while captain Billy Holland moves into the second row.Tomás OLeary is given the nod at scrum-half and David Johnston replaces All Black Francis Saili at outside centre. Munster fell to a 21-17 loss to the Ospreys in Cork last weekend Glasgow Warriors: 15 Peter Murchie, 14 Taqele Naiyaravoro, 13 Glenn Bryce, 12 Peter Horne, 11 Sean Lamont, 10 Duncan Weir, 9 Ali Price; 1 Gordon Reid, 2 James Malcolm, 3 Sila Puafisi, 4 Tim Swinson, 5 Leone Nakarawa, 6 Rob Harley, 7 Chris Fusaro, 8 Josh Strauss (c).Replacements: 16 Cammy Fenton, 17 Jerry Yanuyanutawa, 18 Zander Fagerson, 19 Greg Peterson, 20 Simone Favaro, 21 Grayson Hart, 22 Fraser Lyle, 23 Rory Hughes.Munster: 15 Andrew Conway, 14 Darren Sweetnam, 13 David Johnston, 12 Rory Scannell, 11 Ronan OMahony; 10 Ian Keatley, 9 Tomás OLeary; 1 Dave Kilcoyne, 2 Niall Scannell, 3 John Ryan, 4 Donnacha Ryan, 5 Billy Holland (c), 6 Jack ODonoghue, 7 Tommy ODonnell, 8 Robin Copeland.Replacements: 16 Mike Sherry, 17 James Cronin, 18 Mario Sagario, 19 Dave Foley, 20 Conor Oliver, 21 Duncan Williams, 22 Johnny Holland, 23 Cian Bohane.Watch Glasgow v Munster live on Sky Sports 5 HD on Friday from 7pm. Catch the match for £6.99 on NOW TV. 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Next up is the Mountain West.Looking for those off-the-radar talents who could develop into big names? Look no further than the Mountain West Conference, which has produced several players who fit that description through the years.San Diego State, the perennial favorite, could again be headed for a top-25 ranking thanks to its group of newcomers. But dont be surprised if Fresno State, which won the league tournament last season, contends for the top spot.Montaque Gill-Caesar, San Diego State AztecsThe Aztecs have a pair of potential instant-impact newcomers, including Washington State graduate transfer?Valentine Izundu. The 6-foot-10 center should help their always-tough defense as a rim protector.Gill-Caesar, though, is a bucket-getter who should contribute where they need it the most. SDSU finished second to last in the Mountain West in scoring offense, averaging just 68.6 points per game. Gill-Caesar ranked No. 41 in the 2014 ESPN 100 and originally signed with Missouri. His freshman season was marred in part by a back injury he suffered midway through the year. He never quite had the same bounce after the injury although he still managed to average 9.1 points per game.The 6-foot-6 guard fits the mold of the versatile and athletic types coach Steve Fisher likes in his lineups. His length will make him an invaluable piece on the front line of the Aztecs pressure defense. But his ability to score will help compensate for the loss of Winston Shepard.William McDowell-White, Fresno State BulldogsFresh off its first NCAA tournament appearance since 2001, Fresno State believes it can sustain its success from last season. The addition of McDowell-White is a big reason why.McDowell-White joined his brother Darryl, a 6-foot-1 guard, who committed to Fresno State in January. The Bulldogs beat Texas A&M and Arizona State for the 6-foot-5 Aussie guard, who also garnered at least peripheral interest from Michigan State, Kansas and Kentucky. The Bulldogs dont normally roam in those recruiting neighborhoods, much less actually land their target. That in itself is a sign of progress for coach Rodney Terrys program.With a tailor-made NBA point guards frame, McDowell-White has the Bulldogs thinking theyve got the backcourt help needed to replace their veteran backcourt of Mountain West Player of the Year Marvelle Harris and floor leader Cezar Guerrero.McDowell-White still has to develop into a more consistent shooter, but his floor vision and ability to run a team is a step ahead of other Mountain West freshmen.Marcus Marshalll, Nevada Wolf PackThe Wolf Pack return four players who each started at least 30 games last season, but none are as gifted a scorer as Marshall. Walter Payton Youth Jersey. . He could be the most important of the 10 newcomers on the Packs roster.They ranked last in the Mountain West in 3-point percentage last season, shooting just 30.7 percent. Marshall is a career 39 percent shooter from behind the arc.Marshall will have only one season of eligibility at Nevada. He sat out last season after transferring from Missouri State, where he was the 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year. He averaged 19.5 points per game and shot 45.6 percent from 3-point range in 14 games during that season.The asterisk that comes with Marshall stems from his final season at Missouri State. He was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team, after which he announced the rare mid-January transfer.Christian Jones, UNLV RebelsUNLV coach Marvin Menzies filled out the majority of his roster after he was hired in late April. Jones, a graduate transfer from St. Johns, came on board in June and should provide instant help to a depleted frontcourt.Jones is just the kind of player Menzies needs in his first season to conform to his playing style. Jones isnt the type to play outside of his capabilities. He knows what earns him playing time and delivers. The 6-foot-7 forward averaged 8.4 points and 5.2 rebounds for the Red Storm last season.Jones scored a career-high 29 points against Marquette in the Big East tournament last season.?Uche Ofoegbu, a San Francisco graduate transfer, may be more important from a scoring?sense for UNLV. But in addition to being sound offensively, Jones will help on the boards, where the Rebels lost the majority of their frontcourt rebounding with the departures of Stephen Zimmerman Jr. and Derrick Jones Jr.Jalen Harris, New Mexico LobosThe 6-foot-4 combo guard from the same North Carolina academy that John Wall once attended may not earn a starting spot for the Lobos this season. But he should have an impact.Cullen Neals decision to transfer opened up the possibility for Harris to compete for minutes as a freshman. Hes capable of playing the pace that coach Craig Neal likes to play. In fact, he could be the fastest guard on the court from baseline to baseline with the ball in his hands.New Mexico wont be relying on Harris to run the show as a freshmen. It has other experienced guards, such as Elijah Brown and Jordan Hunter, who will help Harris ease into that role. Little pressure to perform?immediately should allow Harris to be the kind of difference maker off the bench who helps win games. ' ' '