The transfer market continues to heat up as Seton Hall has made Fordham graduate transfer Antwoine Anderson‘s trimmed list while they have also set up a visit with George Washington forward Kevin Marfo.
Fordham grad transfer Antoine Anderson has cut his list to UConn, Seton Hall, Iona, and Buffalo, per a source. Immediately eligible. #shbb
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 12, 2017
A three-year player at Fordham after sitting out his freshman season, Anderson (11.1 ppg, 3.2 apg) was used at both guard spots but primarily played point guard in 2016-17.
The Rochester, N.Y. native is a decent shooter from range (41-123, 33%) but primarily made his living within the arc (85-187, 45%) last season.
Oddly enough, Anderson could potentially help replace a former Fordham teammate in Jon Severe at one of Seton Hallâ€™s competitors in Iona.
UPDATE (4/13 8PM): Antwoine will visit UConn this weekend before visiting South Orange next week.
UConn will host Fordham grad transfer Antwoine Anderson on visit this weekend, source told ESPN. Anderson will go to Seton Hall on the 18th.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 13, 2017
Anderson joins a growing list of guard options that have emerged as we await Trevon Duvalâ€™s decision, including 2017s Amauri Hardy (OK. State de-commit) and Jamari Wheeler (Duquesne de-commit), graduate transfers Geno Thorpe (USF) and Stephen Jiggetts (FDU), and Chris Darrington (JuCo).
In related transfer news, 6-9 George Washington freshman forward Kevin Marfo (2.7 ppg, 2.8 rpg) will visit South Orange late next week.
An 18-point, 9-rebound effort against Florida State stands out from what was an inconsistent freshman campaign.
Marfo chose the Colonials over Providence and Boston College after spending two seasons at Massachusettâ€™s Worcester Academy; he spent his early high school career at Bergen Catholic (N.J.).
Due to transfer regulations, he would have to sit out next season while occupying a scholarship.