It didn’t choose very long for former Virginia Tech guard Joe Bamisile to decide on his up coming vacation spot.
On Monday, Bamisile uncovered the transfer himself, as he announced he was transferring to George Washington. Bamisile entered the NCAA transfer portal previous week, a handful of times after ending his very first higher education basketball time.
Bamisile, a 6-foot-4, 195-pound guard, was a 4-star recruit in 2020 out of Monacan Large in Chesterfield, Virginia. He performed 13 video games for the Hokies in 2020-21, averaging 3.5 points for each recreation. His most effective general performance arrived in a win at Miami, where by he performed 25 minutes and scored 11 points.
Virginia Tech’s backcourt depth was the rationale for Bamisile’s departure. Practically nothing a lot more. He needed to begin, and that wasn’t in the cards at Virginia Tech following period. Though he would’ve been a portion of the rotation, he would have nevertheless faced competitors for minutes from Tyrece Radford, Nahiem Alleyne, Hunter Cattoor and Darius Maddox, between other people.
Bamisile’s departure was a tricky blow for Virginia Tech admirers. He was a massive get for head coach Mike Youthful and possessed a lot of talent. Even so, rely on in Young. He will fill Bamisile’s location with an addition from the transfer portal — in all likelihood. And there are a great deal of very good players out there.
What is Bamisile’s link to George Washington?
George Mason head coach Jamion Christian commenced his coaching career at Emory & Henry — Young’s alma mater. Whilst we aren’t absolutely sure if that aided guide Bamisile to GW, it’s probably Youthful set in a superior term for his previous participant.
Great luck in D.C., Joe.