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Wyoming picks up its third Pac-12 transfer in 24 hours

It's been a busy 24 hours for the Wyoming Cowboys, as on Saturday they picked up their commitment from the Pac-12. That was UCLA guard Jake Kyman who committed late Saturday, in news first reported by CBS's Jon Rothstein.

Kyman spent three years at UCLA, and his best season came in 2019-2020. He averaged 5.3 points per game on over 40 percent shooting from beyond the arc, and his best attribute is shooting - where he shot nearly 37 percent for his career.

He joins former USC guard Ethan Anderson and former USC wing Max Agbonkpolo in committing to the Cowboys in recent days.

To read Aaron Torres' list of the Top 25 transfers available RIGHT NOW - click here


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