Another transfer! Clayton State adds 3rd basketball transfer
Clayton State has added another transfer.
Point guard Bradley Turner signed with Clayton State this week after playing at Div. II Carson-Newman. He is one of three Clayton State transfers in this year’s recruiting class, which also includes Oregon’s Teondre Williams and Hawaii’s Anthony Salter.
The 5-foot-11 Turner played two years at a junior college, last season at Carson-Newman, and will have one year left of eligibility.
“Brad brings leadership and experience to the point guard position,” Clayton State coach Gordon Gibbons. “He is a complete player who makes those around him better.”
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