Tuesday, June 8, 2010

College Basketball: Junior F Evan Ravenel Transfered To Ohio State

The Now former Boston College Eagle Evan Ravenel has decided to transfer to Ohio State. The 6'8'' forward made the announcement Tuesday and will be eligible to play the 2011-12 season.

Over his career, due to limited minutes his statistics aren't that great averaging 2.8 points, and 2.1 rebounds.

The decision was made because of the firing of Al Skinner and the hiring of Steve Donahue; the former Cornell coach. Ravenel asked for a release to transfer from Boston College earlier in May.

"I wanted to play for somebody who recruited me (originally) and I felt comfortable with," Ravenel said. "I was pretty close to signing with coach Dickerson at Tulane, but it wasn’t the right time to play for them."

Once you look at his stats you think, who cares? But Ravenel can be a top forward in this league with help. When he took on a bigger role, he was more productive. 

The Eagles are losing players steadily from this Boston College roster. They've also lost Rakim Sanders and Brady Heslip. Steve Donahue's team is not looking so well heading into next season.

Written by DeAnte Mitchell


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