The entire five-man recruiting class of 2015 was gone less than two years after enrolling at the school, and players in 2014 and 2016 ended up leaving as well. Here’s a complete rundown on where all of those Ohio State basketball transfers are now.
Former Buckeye basketball center Micah Potter will continue his playing career in the Big Ten. Monday night Wisconsin made it official, announcing that Potter will play for the Badgers. He will enroll at Wisconsin for the spring semester, and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. “Wisconsin has the prototypical style of play for a guy with my skill set. That was a big thing,” Potter told UWBadgers.com. “Another thing was how I would fit in with the team and my future teammates. Brad Davison was my host for the visit and he had a big impact. He made me feel at home through the whole process.”
Ohio State junior forward Micah Potter has decided to transfer. The university announced the news in a release on Monday. “We appreciate Micah’s contributions to our program and we wish him the very best moving forward,” head coach Chris Holtmann said in the release. Potter appeared in 59 games…
Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann spoke with the media following an 82-64 win for No. 14 Ohio State (22-5, 13-1) over Iowa (12-15, 3-11). He began his press conference with comments on fallen Westerville police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering, who were killed in the line of duty earlier in the day.