Dana Altman is widely known as a master of the transfer portal, though recently it’s made his job a little more difficult.
The transfer news of freshman guard Jalen Terry, sophomore guard Aaron Estrada, and sophomore forward Chandler Lawson left a lot of spots open for next season, especially when you consider that Oregon’s three best playmakers have all decided to go pro after a trip to the Sweet 16.
Thankfully, Altman responded by adding a quality guard in sophomore De’Vion Harmon. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound former Sooner averaged 12.9 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 2.0 assists per game. He also started 45 of his 56 games played at Oklahoma and hit 47.7 percent from the floor and 33.0 percent from deep.
Harmon should be a great addition to the Duck backcourt, joining juniors Will Richardson and Eric Williams Jr. The Ducks still have five scholarships remaining, meaning there’s still plenty of time and room for Altman to do his magic, but Harmon should be a contender for starting time.
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Welcome to the flock, De’Vion!