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Bryce Dejean-Jones will be graduating from UNLV in the summer and has one more year of eligibility left, which he is planning on spending at another school. Dejean-Jones was the Rebels leading scorer with 13.6 points per game. He also averaged 3.7 rebounds and three assists while playing just over 27 minutes per game.

 

The 6’5″ wing started his collegiate career at USC, but transferred after just one season. He said he left for playing time, but apparently there was several off the court issues. He played in 18 games as a freshman, averaging 7.6 points per game. 

Bryce Dejean-Jones  was also suspended earlier this month for is actions after UNLV’s regular season finale.

John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats have another great class coming in for 2014, but having an experienced player would be beneficial. It will be interesting to see if the interest continues for Kentucky, they would hate to pick up someone who has too many issues or too much eg0.

 

 

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