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Arizona interested in Seattle grad transfer Terrell Brown

NCAA Basketball: Seattle at St. Mary’s Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

One of the best players in the WAC announced his intention to transfer on Wednesday and, predictably, the Arizona Wildcats immediately expressed their interested.

They were one of at least eight schools to reach out to Seattle guard Terrell Brown, according to Corey Evans of Rivals.com.

The 6-foot-1 guard averaged 20.8 points, 6.8 rebounds and 4.8 assists for a Redhawks team that went 14-15 and finished fifth in the WAC. Brown shot 41.5 percent from the field and 29 percent from 3, but only averaged 1.9 attempts 3s per game.

He also got to the free throw line at a healthy rate (5.7 FTA/game) and converted 78 percent of them. For someone with such a high usage rate, Brown posted a solid 10.8 turnover percentage, coughing the ball up just 2.9 times per game.

Brown is a redshirt junior, so he should be eligible to play immediately at his new school assuming he is on track to graduate in four years.

Before joining Seattle for the 2018-19 season, Brown began his career at Shoreline Community College, where he led the league in scoring (30 ppg) and made his conference’s All-Defensive Team.

The Wildcats have been linked to over a dozen transfers, but landing them could be a bit trickier this year since on-campus visits and in-person contact is prohibited through May 31 due to the coronavirus crisis, meaning they would have to commit without taking an official visit.

Here are some of highlights from Brown’s 31-point outing vs. GCU this season, one of his four 30+ point outings: