Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 4:21 pm  |  7 responses

Reports: Rodney Purvis to Transfer from N.C. State

After just one season at Raleigh, N.C., freshman Rodney Purvis continued the mass exodus tradition that has plagued the N.C. State Wolfpack program in recent years by announcing that he will be transferring out. Rumors are that the 6-3 guard is considering UConn, among others. From the NBC Sports: “According to Joe Giglio, an NC State beat-writer, Rodney Purvis will announce that he is transferring out of NC State this afternoon, the ninth player to transfer out of the program since 2010. Purvis started 23 of the first 25 games for the Wolfpack, but he was demoted to the bench for the last 10. On the season, the former five-star recruit averaged 8.3 points and 2.4 assists. He’ll have to sit out a year, unless he can find a way to convince the NCAA he deserves a transfer, but UConn is one of the places where his name has popped up.”

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  • Shari M. Strack

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  • http://www.facebook.com/sajjatam Sajjatam Tp Kulsomboon

    This is just one year after the Wolfpack were pegged as National TItle contenders. My, the table have turned.

  • ghost of flavor flav’s clock

    hey bby. U tryna get nasty 1nce u get 0ff w0rk th0. letta playa no!!!

  • Smokeweed

    Wow, NCSTATEs day in the sun lasted about as long as you’d expect with Gottfired at the helm, they got duped bigtime with him…..

  • bike

    A very underachieving season. Two major players leaving for draft. Now this.

  • brad09′

    uconn would be a great fit

  • theozisback

    He can’t really shoot, run a team or handle the ball very well. Not a big upgrade over Boatwright or Calhoun. He should stay and just work on his game.