Kerr Kriisa Enters the Transfer Portal

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — Moments ago, West Virginia’s starting point guard, Kerr Kriisa, announced that he is leaving the Mountaineers’ basketball program and entering the transfer portal.

Kriisa, a senior guard from Estonia, averaged 11.0 points, 4.7 assists and 2.5 rebounds a game as the starting point guard for the 9-22 West Virginia Mountaineers this season. Kriisa, who will have one year of eligiblity remaining, played his first three seasons at Arizona.

Kriisa was suspended for the first 9 games of the season for receiving inappropriate benefits last season at Arizona. However, he put together a pretty strong season with career highs in points per game, rebounds and three point percentage (42.4%). It’s unclear at this time which program Kriisa is interested in going to to finish out his collegiate career, but he is widely regarded as an outstanding point guard who many teams will be interested in adding.