Second straight year Bulldogs will gain services from George Washington
Following in the footsteps of Kethan Savage last season, the Butler Bulldogs should be in pretty decent shape heading into the 2017-2018 school year. On Wednesday, NBCSports.com reported that New York state native Paul Jorgensen will sit out a year due to those archaic NCAA rules.
The 6’2″ guard will have two years remaining of eligibility after coming off his sophomore year finishing up with averages of playing 15.7 minutes while compiling 4.9 points per game to go along with 2.1 assists per game.
Speaking of Savage, he had to sit out this past year after transferring from the Colonials and will be eligible to play for Butler this coming November.
With most of the backcourt heading to graduation both this year and next, the transfer of Jorgensen will fit very nicely in a rather competitive–and thanks to Villanova winning the national championship–a very hotly contested Big East Conference.