Having your best player is always a problem, especially if you’re coming off a 2-27 season. That’s Florida A&M’s reality as Jermaine Ruttley has announced he will transfer, according to Tallahassee.com’s Jordan Culver.
#FAMU basketball leader Jermaine Ruttley transferring: http://t.co/NwCsbL5BVX @HBCUGameday @RealHBCUSports
— Jordan Culver (@JordanCulver) April 12, 2015
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Ruttley averaged team-highs in points (17.4), rebounds (6.7) and assists (2.1) in 2014-15, but was still left off any of the All-MEAC teams.
Update: Ruttley has committed to Louisiana Tech, where he will be able to play immediately.
Signing of Justin Leon, commitment of Jermaine Ruttley provides Louisiana Tech hoops w/ veteran-savvy players for ’16 http://t.co/GvjzDeddQy
— Sean Isabella (@ST_IsabellaTNS) April 16, 2015
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