What do you do when you aren’t happy at one place and feel as if you can achieve more somewhere else? The answer is simple: You leave. That is exactly what one rising sophomore from Conference USA has decided to do.
According to College Basketball Talk, Charlotte player Torin Dorn has decided to leave the school and transfer to North Carolina State.
The decision was made Monday morning, but Dorn already knew he was going to transfer after a head coaching change was made at Charlotte. The only decision he had left to make was whether he would play at Miami or NC State. He chose the latter.
Dorn averaged 12 points and 3.7 rebounds per game last season and that was good enough to earn him freshman of the year honors in C-USA. He had a career high twenty-six points against Western Kentucky last season.
The 6-foot-5 guard will have to sit out the 2015 season, but will have three years of eligibility left.
The Wolfpack will only lose one senior this season, so the likelihood of Dorn playing with some talented guys like Anthony Barber and Terry Henderson are very high
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