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Sharpshooter Baylor Scheirman Commits to Creighton



On Tuesday, Greg McDermott and the Creighton Bluejays added a key piece to their roster for this upcoming season.

Top transfer prospect Baylor Scheierman committed to the Bluejays over Clemson, Nebraska, Arkansas, and Duke. The Nebraska native is coming home, and has the chance to compete at a high level for a loaded Creighton squad. Scheierman is a 6-foot-6 wing who took home Summit League Player of the Year honors last year, averaging over 16 points and 7 rebounds per game.

He hit 47% of his three-point attempts, ranking near the top of the country in outside shooting. Scheierman is still going through the NBA Draft process, but if he decides to play for the Bluejays and honor his commitment, the potential of the Creighton team will be even higher. As of now, the potential starting lineup for the ‘Jays would be: Ryan Nembhard, Trey Alexander, Scheierman, Arthur Kaluma, and Ryan Kalkbrenner.

The Portal Report ranked Scheierman as the No. 1 shooter available in the transfer portal. For the full list of remaining shooters left in the portal, visit the link below.

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