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St. Joseph’s guard Jared Bynum transfers to Providence

Another transfer is Friartown bound.

NCAA Basketball: St. Joseph at Villanova Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

The Providence Friars have landed yet another transfer.

After the news earlier this week that Noah Horchler would transfer from the North Florida Ospreys to the Friars, Friartown is set to open its arms to yet another player. This time around, it’s Saint Joseph’s Hawks guard Jared Bynum. Bynum announced the move on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.

As a freshman, Bynum averaged 11.3 points and 4.5 assists per game while playing an average of 36.6 minutes. Those rounded out to be 18 points and 7.1 assists per 100 possessions, solid numbers to say the very least. He brings a dynamic skill set and one that should fit into a system at PC where guards tend to thrive.

He’ll sit out the 2019-20 season, much like Horchler, but be eligible to play in 2020-21 and onward. He’s the third transfer to join the Friars this offseason, alongside Horchler and Luwane Pipkins of the UMass Minutemen.