SMU Basketball head coach Tim Jankovich and staff added some much-needed depth to the Mustangs’ young frontcourt over the weekend.
After visiting campus late last week, Duquesne transfer Isiaha Mike announced his decision to play for SMU on Twitter. The 6-8 forward was one of the Dukes’ top scorers last season, averaging 11.3 points per game as a freshman.
Mike will arrive on The Hilltop with three years of NCAA eligibility remaining, though he must sit out next season due to transfer rules.
— Reece Kelley Graham (@ReeceKelleyG) April 23, 2017
When eligible to play in the 2018-2019 season, he will join 2017 signees Ethan Chargois and Everett Ray, giving the Mustangs a trio of sophomore forwards.