Cincinnati Basketball: Bearcats senior guard Mika Adams-Woods enters the transfer portal

Cincinnati Bearcats guard Mika Adams-Woods handles the ball against SMU Mustangs at Fifth Third Arena. The Enquirer.
Cincinnati Bearcats guard Mika Adams-Woods handles the ball against SMU Mustangs at Fifth Third Arena. The Enquirer. /
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Cincinnati Bearcats senior guard Mika Adams-Woods announced his decision to enter the transfer portal on Tuesday afternoon and will have one year of eligibility remaining.

During his senior campaign at Cincinnati, Adams-Woods averaged a career-high 9.1 points and 3.2 assists per game on 43.0 percent shooting from the field in 36 appearances last year.

The New York native was a 3-star combo guard coming out of high school according to 247 Sports, before committing to Cincinnati over Buffalo, Minnesota, Nebraska and others.

Make sure to stay tuned for the most recent transfer portal and recruiting rumors as the Bearcats attempt to add more depth and experience heading into the Big 12 next season!

Cincinnati Basketball: Bearcats senior guard Mika Adams-Woods enters the transfer portal

Wes Miller’s staff has recently picked up three transfers from the portal including Temple center Jamille Reynolds, Kentucky guard CJ Fredrick and Butler wing Simas Lukosius!

Fredrick scored 10.2 points and 2.8 assists per game on 46.1 percent shooting from 3-point range during his freshman campaign at Iowa en route to earning All-Big Ten recognition.

Reynolds started his career at Central Florida before transferring to Temple, where he averaged 10.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game on 60.4 percent shooting from the field last year.

Cincinnati Basketball: Breaking down Jeremiah Davenport’s decision to enter transfer portal

Cincinnati product and Bearcats senior guard Jeremiah Davenport announced his decision to enter the transfer portal last month after appearing in 109 games during his career.

Despite struggling at times, Davenport had several memorable moments, highlighted by scoring a season-high 22 points including six 3-pointers in a win at Wichita State last season.

The Cincinnati native was a standout at Moeller High School before joining his hometown Bearcats in 2019 and eventually developing into a significant scoring option.

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