Bama Hoping to Bring In Bruner
Alabama Basketball Head Coach Nate Oats has been hard at work. Oats said he would explore all avenues to improve the roster for the 2020 season. Oats committed to scour the country for the best high schoolers, graduate transfers and players in the transfer portal. Yale's graduate transfer Jordan Bruner is one of the more sought after graduate transfers available. Bruner recently said that Alabama is one of this top-three destinations for next college basketball season.
Bruner averaged 10.9 points, 9.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game this past season season in the Ivy League. He has narrowed his list down to Baylor, Maryland and Alabama. He is a six foot, nine inch forward who shoots 32% from the 3-point line.
Oats has already brought in five-star combo guard Joshua Primo and four-star power forward Keon Ambrose-Hylton out of high school. Other than Bruner, Alabama was named in the top-eight for Pittsburgh transfer Trey McGowen.