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RICHMOND, Virginia -- According to Jeff Borzello of ESPN, Florida A&M transfer Malcolm Bernard is back on the market and looking for a new school to play for.
After initially committing to play for Richmond in April, Bernard now tells Borzello that he is on the move again. As a grad transfer and at whatever school he ends up at next, he will be eligible to play immediately next fall.
As the Richmond Times-Dispatchstated on Tuesday, there has been no clarity on Bernard’s pledge to the Spiders, even though he tweeted back in April he was joining the program. Richmond never officially addressed his transfer.
Bernard, a 6’5”, 195-pound versatile forward from Middleburg, Florida is coming off a 2015-16 season in which he averaged 14.4 points, 7.1 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game, which were all team-highs. That across-the-board production will likely make him a wanted commodity among coaches.
Bernard talked about his decision to move on a few months ago with Jordan Culver of theTallahassee Democrat. More from Culver: