STORRS, Conn. (AP) — UConn’s males’s basketball program has landed its fourth switch of the low season, asserting Friday the addition of Joey Calcaterra, a 6-foot-3 guard who performed 4 years at San Diego.
Calcaterra scored 862 profession factors for the Toreros and shot 36% from 3-point vary. He will play as a graduate switch, benefiting from the additional 12 months of eligibility supplied by the NCAA to athletes affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
He joins fellow guards Tristen Newton (East Carolina), Nahiem Alleyne (Virginia Tech) and Hassan Diarra (Texas A&M), who additionally transferred to UConn this spring.
They change former Huskies Jalen Gaffney, Rahsool Diggins and Corey Floyd Jr., who all entered the switch portal after the Huskies completed 23-10 this previous season and fell within the first spherical of the NCAA Tournament. Guards Tyrese Martin and R.J. Cole, additionally might have returned to UConn, however gave up their remaining 12 months of eligibility to show professional.
“The new guys that we brought in, the transfers, all have experience,” UConn coach Dan Hurley mentioned Wednesday. “They pick things up quickly and they’ve played a lot of basketball.”
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