NC State guard Braxton Beverly decides to transfer - and has already found a new school

After four years at NC State, guard Braxton Beverly has made a unique decision. As a graduate transfer he will leave the Wolfpack after four seasons and transfer to Eastern Kentucky. A Kentucky native, Beverly will also reunite with his former high school coach as well as former NC State assistant AW Hamilton for the Colonels.


Beverly's best season at NC State actually came as a freshman where he averaged 9.5 points and 3.9 assists on 38.5 percent three-point shooting. He averaged seven points and 2.6 assists per game this season.