Another Texas Tech Red Raider intends to leave the program.
This time, it’s guard Mac McClung, 247Sports reports.
From 247Sports: “This past season, McClung started all 29 games for Texas Tech and led the team in scoring with 15.5 points per game. He also averaged 2.7 rebounds and 2.1 assists per night. If McClung does decide to make the jump to another program, it would be a major loss for the Red Raiders. This would be the second transfer of McClung’s college career. After playing his first two years with Georgetown, McClung transferred down to Lubbock following the 2019-20 season. However, entering the transfer portal doesn’t necessarily guarantee that McClung is leaving. He still has the option to pull his name out of the transfer portal and return to the program.”
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- Former Texas women’s basketball standout Celeste Taylor is now at Duke.
As expected, Celeste Taylor is heading east and transferring to Duke. https://t.co/k9hlmNH5jh— Hookem.com (@bevobeat) April 10, 2021