Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Dominique Sutton Transferring to North Carolina Central

Posted by CoHoops Paul Seaver

Family was listed as the reason for Dominique Sutton's decision to transfer out of Kansas State in early July.

After averging 7.2 ppg and 5.8 rpg, Sutton made a name for himself as a solid role player for Kansas State. The Wildcats who were a 2-seed in the NCAA Tournament this past season, were looking to continue improving in 2010-2011, aided by the return of star guard Jacob Pullen.

However, Sutton decided he would not be apart of the Kansas State basketball team upon his decision to transfer. The forward has now found a new home.

Dominique Sutton has made the decision to transfer to North Carolina Central, a newly official member of the MEAC conference.

After a 7-22 season last year, NCC got its first nationally televised game in an 89-42 blowout loss to the Tar Heels of North Carolina back on November 11th, 2009, however the Eagles may have someone in Sutton who can come right in and star.

The decision to transfer to North Carolina Central allows Sutton to play immediately and he will be joined by former Oklahoma Sooner, Ray Willis in 2010-2011. With a home in the MEAC, the Eagles might have a roster that could potentially be dangerous in the smaller conference.

*Photo: Dominique Sutton *Credit: kansascity.com

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