Miami Hurricanes could add graduate transfers to fill out roster

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Taylor has improved significantly each season and was a prolific scorer in 2017-18. He lad the Missouri Valley Conference in scoring. Taylor spent his Freshman season at Ohio where he averaged 8.1 PPG. He transferred to Evansville where he sat out the 2015-16 season.

Taylor averaged 21.2 PPG, shot 42.1 percent on threes and 86.4 percent from the free throw line. He’s a high volume shooter who averaged 18.3 field goal attempts per game and 6.4 three-point attempts. The Miami Hurricanes might not be able to guarantee Taylor a starting spot. That’s likely what he is looking for.

Wil Bathurst played only seven games for Cornell this season. He is 6’3 180 pounds and a shooting guard. Bathurst averaged 7.1 points per game, 3.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists before an injury cost him the season. Bathurst played in only seven games this season. Unless he can get a medical redshirt, Bathurst will have one year of eligibility remaining.

Northern Arizona has a pair of guards that could both help the Miami Hurricanes. Torry Johnson is eligible immediately and would have two seasons remaining. JoJo Anderson would have to sit out next season and would have two years of eligibiity left. More on Anderson on the article about transfer guards that have to sit out one season.