It’s been well established that Chris Mack and his staff are going to lean on the graduate transfer market as a way to finalize the 2018-19 roster.
On Monday morning we learned of a fourth grad transfer that Coach Mack is trying to lure in for his final season of eligiblity.
Jody Demling of CardinalAuthority.com reports that Wake Forest grad transfer Keyshawn Woods will meet with Chris Mack on Monday.
Woods was one of the top reserves in the ACC this past season, averaging 11.9 points per game off the bench for Wake Forest, As a sophomore in 2016-17 Woods started 22 games and averaged 12.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists.
The Gastonia, North Carolina, native spent his freshman season at Charlotte where he led Conference USA in 3-PT field goal percentage.
Ohio State appears to be the school that has been mentioned the most as a potential landing spot for Woods. He reportedly visited Columbus over the weekend.