After two months of exits and additions, N.C. State’s basketball roster for the upcoming season is for the most part set. New Wolfpack coach Kevin Keatts could get a head start on the 2018-19 season on Saturday. UNCW guard C.J. Bryce, the leading scorer for Keatts’ CAA champions last season, is expected to make his transfer decision between N.C. State and South Carolina. Devon Daniels, a freshman guard from Utah, is also expected to make his transfer decision on Saturday. His final choice is between N.C. State and San Diego State. Bryce, a 6-5, 185-pound guard from Charlotte, averaged 17.4 points per game as a sophomore for the Seahawks and helped them win 29 games. Under NCAA rules, he would have to sit out the upcoming season but would have two years of eligibility.
UNC Wilmington transfer C.J. Bryce following Keatts to NC State
Raleigh News & Observer | May 27