Bryce Hopkins Commits to Providence
On Monday, former Kentucky forward Bryce Hopkins committed to Providence to play for head coach Ed Cooley.
Hopkins joins Corey Floyd Jr. (Connecticut), Noah Locke (Louisville), Devin Carter (South Carolina), and Clifton Moore (La Salle) as Cooley’s commitments from the portal.
Hopkins, a Chicago native, played one season for the Wildcats, entering college ball as a top-40 player in his class. This season, he averaged 2.1 points per game off the bench, shooting 43% from the field. His best game came against LSU, when he set a career high with 13 points on 5-for-6 shooting.
After entering the portal, the 6-foot-7 forward heard from Providence, Illinois, LSU, Texas Tech, West Virginia, Marquette, and many more, but ultimately chose the Friars.
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