With Jordan Cornish and Don Coleman in the fold, Cal doesn't seem to be done with its transfer circuit for the 2016 cycle, making you ponder even more what Ivan Rabb and Jaylen Brown are planning to do. Let's take a look at the two newest names.
One potential graduate transfer target is taking a visit to Berkeley this upcoming week.
Columbia transfer Grant Mullins will visit Cal on Monday, source told @CBSSports. Immediately eligible for next season.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 14, 2016
Could Columbia transfer Grant Mullins be the latest Cal basketball prospect? Eligible to play immediately, Mullins could provide the Bears with an additional guard who can stretch and shoot off the bench and complement Jabari Bird and Jordan Mathews.
Another possible transfer is Virginia Tech's Jalen Hudson, who has also been contacted by the Bears. Hudson is also in that athletic guard mold, averaging 8.4 points per game and 2.3 rebounds as a sophomore. He'd have two years of eligibility left. But there's a lot of competition at the moment.
Purdue, Florida, Butler, Creighton, Auburn, Illinois, VCU, Richmond, Dayton, & Cal among those in pursuit for Vtech transfer Jalen Hudson— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) April 14, 2016
Cal is currently out of scholarships, so it seems like the Bears are hedging their bets until they know for certain whether Brown or Rabb are turning pro. If one of those two decide to declare, Cal probably extends an actionable offer to one of the remaining transfer targets, and has their team set for next season.
What do you think of Mullins and Hudson?