On Tuesday, Efe Abogidi announced he would declare for the NBA Draft while retaining his college eligibility. On Friday, we learned that college eligibility won’t involve WSU, as Abogidi announced he was entering the transfer portal.
Thank you from the Bottom of my heart…— Efe Abogidi (@EAbogidi) April 15, 2022
- #0 out ✨ pic.twitter.com/8H6GF3Y5dE
Abogidi, who averaged 8.1 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game, has two years of eligibility remaining. He could impress scouts enough that he stays in the NBA Draft, but he could also transfer to another team or play overseas. Should anyone wish that someone would have stepped up with some NIL deal for Abogidi, remember: foreign players aren’t eligible for NIL deals, which is a shame.
This leaves with WSU featuring two big men in Dishon Jackson and Mouhamed Gueye. As Bryce pointed out this week, there are plenty of options in the transfer portal. Whether Kyle Smith and Co. land any of them remains to be seen.
WSU could land a high school recruit, too, as Bryce pointed out. I mean, how does a four-star, seven-footer sound? Because one of them—Adrame Diongue—visited Pullman on Wednesday. Hope he’s OK with snow in April!
With Abogidi’s departure, WSU has four scholarships available for next season, so Smith will definitely be busy this spring and summer.
So fare thee well, Abogidi. We’ll always have this:
Baseball splits a Friday doubleheader
Game 1: Awesome.
Game 2: Not awesome.
Final from Bailey-Brayton.— Washington State Baseball (@wsucougarbsb) April 16, 2022
We split the DH with Cal. Series-finale set for 11 am Saturday. pic.twitter.com/1khaeIWreu
Cougars Back McMillan, Split Doubleheader Against Cal - Washington State University Athletics
WSU split a DH with Cal after taking game one 4-1.
Cougs win the tennis version of the Apple Cup
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Sophomore Fifa Kumhom provides the heroics with a three-set win at No. 5 singles to seal the victory.
Washington State forward Efe Abogidi, already in the NBA draft pool, enters the NCAA's transfer portal | The Spokesman-Review
Three days after declaring for the NBA draft, Efe Abogidi said his goodbye to Washington State University.
WSU's Efe Abogidi entering transfer portal | krem.com
The WSU big announced three days ago that he was declaring for the NBA Draft but maintaining his collegiate eligibility.
Cougs End Day One of the Big Ten Invitational - Washington State University Athletics
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Women's Golf Heads to Eugene Monday for the 2022 Pac-12 Championships - Washington State University Athletics
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