The Glassboro, N.J., native and former Georgia Tech guard verbally committed to Seton Hall Wednesday after visiting campus Tuesday, and is expected to contribute at the shooting guard position beginning in 2012.
He will have to sit a year per NCAA transfer regulations and will then have two years of eligibility remaining.
“New Jersey is in my blood and I’m excited to be able to have the opportunity to put Jersey and Seton Hall back on the map,” he said by text.
“And I’m going to bring a work ethic and a passion that’s going to be contagious. I’m determined to get to the NCAAs and help this program in every way possible.”