Former Edmond Memorial guard Curran Scott leaving Tulsa as grad transfer
Former Edmond Memorial guard Curran Scott announced Friday he was leaving the Tulsa men's basketball program as a grad transfer.
He made the announcement via Twitter.
Scott started in 26 games as a redshirt junior last season and played about 25 minutes per outing. He was one of four Tulsa players to participate in every game. Scott averaged 8.9 points per game while leading the team with a 39.4 percent shooting clip from deep.
Scott began his career at UNC-Charlotte, where he played for Enid native and former NBA star Mark Price. After one season, he transferred to Tulsa to be closer to home.
As a senior at Edmond Memorial, Scott averaged 21.9 points per game. Fresno State and UTEP were two programs who offered Scott while he was in high school, among others.
He has one season of eligibility remaining.