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Rhode Island Hoops: Top talent and lead guards from each school have, entered the transfer portal

The transfer portal is a dangerous game, and Rhode Island Hoops has unfortunately been dealt a bad hand. Four of the state's top talent, from all four schools, have entered the transfer portal, and will seek new homes for the upcoming season.

It's a sad day, it's a bad day, but we at House Enterprise and the 401 appreciate the four guys work and passion for their respective schools. We wish them nothing but the best in their future endeavors!

It's worth noting that all four of these players won the RI Hoops Player of the Week nod at some point during the season.


Charles Pride | Guard, Bryant

A four year starter and one of Jared Grasso's original guys, Charles Pride led the Bulldogs to the school’s first-ever NCAA tournament appearance last season. In his third straight double-digit scoring season, the 6-foot-3 guard and Syracuse native, averaged 14.6 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game this season.

Ish Legget | Guard, URI

The Ram's top scorer averaged 16.4 points this season under new head coach, Archie Miller. He came to URI as a freshman in the 2020-21 season under former coach David Cox and became one the Rams' top players this season. His season-high occurred on Feb. 22 against George Washington when he scored 30 points

Paxson Wojcik | Guard, Brown

After two seasons coming off the bench for Loyola Chicago, Wojcik has been a staple for Brown University. Over the last two seasons, Wojcik has played, and started, every game for Brown. He averaged 14.9 points per game in his senior season and shot 38% from beyond the arc while also averaging 7.2 rebounds per game.

Jared Bynum | Guard, Providence

With the news of Ed Cooley departing, senior Jared Bynum is the first Friar to leave. Bynum averaged 10.0 points, 4.3 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game in 29 games (24 starts) in 2022-23, his third season at Providence. Bynum has career averages of 10.3 points, 4.2 assists, 2.9 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game over 108 career games (76 starts).


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