The transfer season is underway in college basketball, and Miami is reaping the benefits.
Oklahoma transfer Kameron McGusty announced Monday that he has chosen the Hurricanes as his next team. McGusty, a 6-5 shooting guard, suffered under the Trae Young show last season.
First off I would like to thank god for the opportunity too be able to play at another Univeristy. Also I want to thank my friends and family for the support they have given With that being said, I have decided to commit to the University of Miami! Put em up #TheU pic.twitter.com/RfW7ZmBnvq— Kameron McGusty (@KamMcgusty) April 16, 2018
McGusty, a former top-40 recruit, averaged just 8 points per game last season as Young took over as the focal point of the Sooners' offense. McGusty had scored 10.9 points per game as a freshman
Miami also gained Wyoming transfer Anthony Mack over the weekend, and extended head coach Jim Larranaga to a new contract.