Two George Mason players follow Kim English to Providence
Forward Josh Oduro and guard Justyn Fernandez, both formerly of George Mason, have committed to transfer to Providence.
Oduro and Fernandez played at George Mason for Kim English, who was named Providence's new coach last Thursday, replacing Ed Cooley.
Fernandez committed on Sunday and Oduro followed suit Monday.
Oduro has one year of NCAA eligibility remaining after spending four years at George Mason. He was twice an All-Atlantic 10 first-team selection (2022, 2023).
Oduro averaged double-digit scoring in each of the past three seasons and put up 15.6 points per game along with career highs in rebounding (7.9) and assists (2.6) in 33 starts. In 114 career games (94 starts) at George Mason, Oduro has averaged 12.0 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists per contest.
Fernandez was rated a four-star prospect by some services coming out of high school and turned down offers from ACC and SEC schools to commit to English at George Mason.
He averaged 4.1 points and 1.9 rebounds per game in 33 games (13 starts) as a freshman.
--Field Level Media
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