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SportKerry Blackshear Jr. could be nearing transfer decision, reports say

03:25  18 june  2019
03:25  18 june  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Kerry Blackshear 's transfer decision is still a 'give and take' with Kentucky basketball. But as Virginia Tech graduate transfer Kerry Blackshear listens to Rick Barnes’ pitch at Tennessee, there I think those are two areas where I would definitely say continue your shooting and continue your

Hokies forward Kerry Blackshear Jr .’s father said returning to Virginia Tech is still at the top of the fourth-year junior ’s list of Kerry Blackshear Jr . of Virginia Tech has entered the transfer portal. Blackshear ’s decision means the Hokies could be without their top six players from this year’s squad.

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Kerry Blackshear Jr. could be close to choosing his next team.

The former Virginia Tech forward is one of the most sought after grad transfers in college basketball and has visited several schools. While he initially declared for the NBA Draft, he elected to withdraw his name and enter the NCAA transfer portal in April.

Blackshear visited Tennessee over the weekend and is expected to meet with Kentucky on Tuesday, according to reports from Fox Sports and Kentucky Sports Radio.

His final decision will likely be between Tennessee, Kentucky and Texas A&M, according to a report from the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook.

Texas A&M's new coach is Buzz Williams, who coached Blackshear at Virginia Tech last season, so that could be a contributing factor to his final choice.

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Virginia Tech graduate transfer Kerry Blackshear will take an official visit to Tennessee starting Friday night, a source familiar with his recruitment told the He also could return to Virginia Tech, Daniels indicated. Virginia Tech forward Kerry Blackshear Jr . dunks against Duke during the second half of

Blackshear, 6-10, averaged 14.9 points and 7.5 rebounds per game in 2018-19 and helped lead the Hokies reach the Sweet 16 — where they ultimately lost to Duke by a narrow margin.

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