The Marquette Golden Eagles will look a bit different next season, as guard/forward Duane Wilson will be graduating and transferring out of the program, per ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.
Duane Wilson leaving Marquette and will be a grad transfer. Can play immediately. Last player Buzz Williams signed.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 20, 2017
Wilson confirmed the report on his personal Twitter account.
Always and forever will I love Marquette. This is home... thank you for everything. I love you guys. #mubb pic.twitter.com/vD9VZA5iuy— Duane Wilson (@SwaggyDu1) March 20, 2017
Wilson, as noted above, stayed the course through Marquette’s coaching change all the way through their trip back to the NCAA Tournament this season.
Wilson appeared in 95 games in three seasons for Marquette, averaging 9.6 points per game. Per Big East rules, Wilson will not be allowed to transfer to another Big East school.