Redshirt junior guard Duane Wilson is set to transfer from Marquette, ESPN's Jeff Goodman reported. Wilson averaged 9.6 points in three season with the Golden Eagles.
Duane Wilson leaving Marquette and will be a grad transfer. Can play immediately. Last player Buzz Williams signed.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 20, 2017
Wilson will receive his degree from Marquette, which means he can play right away at his new school.
Wilson averaged over 11 points per game in his first two seasons, but saw his minutes and production level drop this season in favor of freshman Markus Howard and junior transfer Andrew Rowsey. Wilson averaged 16.4 minutes and 4.8 points per game this season.
Marquette made the NCAA tournament for the first time in Wilson's career this season, but lost to South Carolina 93-73 in the first round. Wilson received the start, and scored four points in 23 minutes.
Marquette has now lost four players from this year's roster: Jajuan Johnson, Luke Fischer, and Katin Reinhardt are all graduating this spring. Steve Wojciechowski and his staff have three recruits committed to join next year's squad.
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