The Ohio State men’s basketball program has officially announced the addition of Harvard graduate transfer Seth Towns to the team’s roster. Towns announced his commitment to OSU a little over three weeks ago. Towns missed the last two seasons of play due to a knee injury, but expects to be full-go for the 2020-2021 season. He will be eligible immediately.
Throughout his childhood, new Ohio State forward Seth Towns slept in a bedroom with a painting of himself as a Buckeye on the wall.
Prior to selecting Ohio State last night, Harvard graduate transfer Seth Towns’ decision came down to Duke and OSU. The Buckeyes rarely win out in that matchup, but they had an inside track on Towns, who is a Columbus native and has had a previous relationship with Buckeye head coach Chris Holtmann. Towns announced his decision for Ohio State live on ESPN’s SportsCenter…
Harvard graduate transfer Seth Towns has announced his commitment to Ohio State. Towns has missed the last two seasons of play due to a knee injury, but expects to be full-go for the 2020-2021 season. As a sophomore, the Columbus, Ohio native averaged 16 points and 5.7 rebounds per game, earning Ivy League Player of the Year accolades in 2017-2018.
According to multiple reports, Harvard graduate Seth Towns is planning to transfer and has his eyes on six schools, including Ohio State. The other five schools: Kansas, Virginia, Syracuse, Michigan, and Maryland. Because he is a graduate, he would be eligible immediately. Towns is a Columbus native, playing at Northland High School and graduating in 2016.