Clemson mens basketball lands BYU transfer, Damarcus Harrison
CLEMSON ó Clemson menís basketball is seeking depth and experience and found some Monday when it announced the addition of 6-5 guard Damarcus Harrison, a transfer from Brigham Young University.
When Harrison will play at Clemson is unclear. NCAA rules state a player must typically sit out a year when transferring to another Division I program, but Clemson has announced it plans to file a waiver in an attempt to allow Harrison to play in the 2012-13 season.
Harrison, originally from Greenwood, helped BYU to the third round of the 2012 NCAA tournament, averaging 3.2 points per game as a freshman. Harrison scored a career-high 12 points against Iona in the NCAA tournament.
Former C of C star to play for Real Madrid
Former College of Charleston basketball standout Dontaye Draper signed a two-year contract with the Turkish Airlines Euroleagueís Real Madrid.
Draper played for the Cougars from 2003-07, where he earned All-SoCon honors twice, before spending time playing for professional teams in France, Belgium, Italy and Croatia.
C of C menís soccer gets Wake Forest transfer
The College of Charleston announced the addition of Sam Redmond to the roster as a senior transfer from Wake Forest.