#STRecruiting: #Clemson adds grad transfer guard from Tulsa

Curran Scott

Clemson basketball coach Brad Brownell has some scholarships to spend and he is doing so thru the transfer market. Monday 6-4 Curran Scott announced he will play his graduate transfer season with the Tigers. He’s the second transfer guard Brownell has taken. Earlier 5-11 Nick Honor announced his plans to move in from Fordham.

Scott played in 96 games at Tulsa averaging over 8 points and 2 rebounds per game. He shot 42% from the floor, 40% from three and 81% from the line. Last season he averaged nearly 9 points and over 2 rebounds per game.

Scott is a native of Edmond, OK. He signed with Charlotte out of high school and played one season there before transferring to Tulsa to be closer to his home. He sat out one season and played the next two for Tulsa.

Scott gives Clemson 11 scholarship players for the 2019-20 season and is the only one that is not an underclassmen.

As a high school senior in Oklahoma, Curran averaged 22 points per game.

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