St. John’s basketball contacts highly sought after transfer Noah Gurley

St. John's basketball transfer target Noah Gurley
St. John's basketball transfer target Noah Gurley /

St. John’s basketball is one of the many programs to contact Furman transfer Noah Gurley. 

Schools have been contacting Furman transfer Noah Gurley, including the St. John’s basketball program.

Gurley completed his third season on the court with the Paladins and averaged 15.4 points per game while shooting 48.8-percent from the floor and 33.9-percent from three-point range in addition to 5.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.1 blocks per game.

In his second season, the 6-foot-8 forward averaged 14.3 points per game and 40.7-percent from three-point range.

According to Jake Weingarten of Stock Risers, Auburn, Xavier, Marquette, Maryland, Indiana, Tulsa, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, Marshall, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Florida, San Diego State, and Alabama have reached out to Noah Gurley, in addition to St. John’s.

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In 88 games played for Furman over the course of three seasons, Gurley started 83 and ended his final two games of the season on a personal high note.

In the regular season finale against Wofford, Noah Gurley went for 29 points and seven rebounds in a one point loss while posting 30 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists in a another one point loss to VMI in the Southern Conference Tournament.

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St. John’s has seen four players enter the transfer portal since the season concluded; Isaih Moore, Vince Cole, Josh Roberts, and John McGriff.

Sophomore star Julian Champagnie declared for the 2021 NBA Draft but will be maintaining his collegiate eligibility as he goes through the process.

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Head coach Mike Anderson and the Johnnies have already landed the commitment and signing of Vermont graduate transfer guard Stef Smith but could still be looking to add a guard and two big men, assuming Champagnie opts to return to Queens.

In terms of a timetable, Noah Gurley told 247 Sports that “the earliest decision will be late April and then latest decision will be late May.”

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