Former Bradley forward Josh Cunningham has announced that he'll be transferring to Dayton --he'll have three years of eligibility remaining after sitting out the upcoming season. His decision comes after cutting his list to Illinois, Dayton, Mississippi State, and Colorado State on May 21st. The former Morgan Park (IL) standout averaged 7.9 points and 7.5 rebounds during his freshman campaign with the Braves.
|Josh Cunningham (2014-15)||33||30.3||7.9||7.5||0.5||1.0||0.4||1.5||.434||.570||.234|
Cunningham was originally a top-100 recruit in the class of 2014. In a somewhat surprising move, he committed to Bradley over Indiana, St. John's, and South Carolina.
Illinois still has one remaining scholarship for the 2015-16 season, but Cunningham appeared to be the only remaining player that the coaching staff had targeted. So it'll now presumably be rolled over and used in the next recruiting cycle.
Projected 2015-16 Depth Chart
|Point Guard||Shooting Guard||Small Forward||Power Forward||Center|
|Tracy Abrams (SR)||Kendrick Nunn (JR)||Malcolm Hill (JR)||Leron Black (SO)||Mike Thorne Jr. (SR)|
|Jaylon Tate (JR)||Jalen Coleman-Lands (FR)||Aaron Jordan (FR)||Darius Paul (JR)||Michael Finke (FR)|
|D.J. Williams (FR)||Maverick Morgan (JR)
Players will, of course, be playing multiple positions, but expect something similar to this.
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