Joe Toussaint Narrows List to 3 Schools

Former West Virginia point guard Joe Toussaint has narrowed his list of potential destinations to 3 schools.

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — Earlier today, former West Virginia guard Joe Toussaint announced that he would not be returning to play for the Mountaineers next season. After visiting Kansas State and Texas Tech, Toussaint has cut his list of possible transfer destinations down to 3 schools.

According to Joe Tipton of On3, Toussaint is down to considering Kansas State, Texas Tech and Pitt. Toussaint, who averaged 9.4 points and 2.6 assists per game in his one season with the Mountaineers last year, will announce his decision tomorrow, July 4th. Kansas State has been considered the favorite since Toussaint announced that he was entering the transfer portal.

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