Sidney Wilson to Transfer from St. John’s

 

Sidney Wilson had yet to play a game for the St. John’s Red Storm, and it appears he never will. It was reported today that the 6-6 wing from the Bronx will transfer from St. John’s before ever suiting up for the Johnnies. A four-star recruit with highlight making bounce, Wilson was a big get for Chris Mullin and staff when they convinced Wilson to stay home.

Per Scout, since Wilson enrolled at SJU this summer and took classes, he will have to wait a year before being eligible to play for whatever school he chooses. The same thing applied to Mitchell Robinson, who ended up returning to Western Kentucky this week instead of transferring. Wilson chose St. John’s over UConn, UMass, Syracuse and Texas.

Wilson transferred from St. Ray’s in NY to Brewster Academy for his last year in high school. I would not be surprised if he chose Connecticut over New York again for college and chose to commit to the Huskies. Anything can happen though, so stay tuned.

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