Maryland has been linked to a good amount of transfers, despite not landing a single one yet.
Kansas sophomore guard Andrew White is the latest to catch the eye of the Terrapins coaching staff.
According to Jeff Ermann of InsideMDSports, White is hearing from Richmond, College of Charleston, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Wake Forest, La Salle, Miami, and Florida State in addition to Maryland. White doesn’t currently have any favorites.
White hails from Richmond, so the Spiders and the Terps would seem to make a good deal of sense. The sophomore guard announced his intentions to transfer last month. During the 2013-2014 season, White averaged 2.4 points-per-game and 1.2 rebounds-per-game on an absolutely loaded Jayhawks squad.
The 6’6 guard may not have played a ton of minutes during his time in Lawrence, but he has the talent to be successful at the collegiate level. White excels in the open floor and is a strong finisher at the rim. He also can shoot from beyond the arc as he connected on 8-of-25 three-point attempts during his sophomore campaign.
White will have to sit out a full season before playing, but will have two years of eligibility remaining after that.
We’ll have the latest on the recruitment of White and any other transfer targets in the coming weeks.