Rutgers starting point guard enters the transfer portal

For the second time in two days, a Rutgers senior has decided to (potentially) use his extra year and enter the transfer portal. Just one day after forward Myles Johnson - who averaged eight points and 8.5 rebounds - decided to transfer, guard Jacob Young also announced that he too would enter the portal. Young was a stalwart in Rutgers' backcourt this season, averaging 14.1 points per game to go along with a team-high 3.4 assists on 37 percent three-point shooting.


Like so many other seniors with an extra year of eligibility this off-season however, Young says that while he has entered the transfer portal, he will also consider professional options as well. Should he stay in college he is a dynamic, playmaking guard who can score on all three levels. He began his career at Texas.