The Bears aren't just looking for transfers that can contribute a year from now like Jimmy Whitt. They want players who can come to Cal and be ready to play this fall.
Cal wants some immediate help at current positions, particularly to alleviate the loss of Tyrone Wallace and now likely Tyson Jolly (no word yet on what Ivan Rabb and Jaylen Brown will do). One potential player named is Columbia graduate transfer Grant Mullins. A 6-4, 175 pound guard from Ontario, Canada, Mullins mentions Cal, Hawaii, Syracuse and Michigan as four potential transfer possibilities.
Michigan, California, Syracuse and Hawaii are among the schools that have contacted Columbia grad transfer Grant Mullins.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) March 30, 2016
Mullins averaged 13.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.3 assists on 47% shooting from the field, but most notable is his three point percentage of 44% with about 4.5 attempts a game. Cal could use a boost from the three point arc to continue upgrading their offensive potency. Here's a look at his three point shot highlights.
Cal's last graduate transfer was Dwight Tarwater, who provided an effective stopgap for the Bears as Cuonzo Martin got settled in at Berkeley. What do you think of what Mullins could bring to the Bears?