Per multiple reports, Arizona State Sun Devils forward Savon Goodman is transferring out of the program Wednesday.
Arizona State’s Savon Goodman will transfer and be able to play next season, source told ESPN. Averaged 10 and 6 last year.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 23, 2016
Confirmed: Arizona State forward Savon Goodman is leaving the program. As grad transfer, he will be able to play right away next year.— Doug Haller (@DougHaller) March 23, 2016
Goodman averaged 9.6 points and 6.4 rebounds last season with the Sun Devils, but had a tumultuous year as he missed four games in December due to personal reasons and saw his minutes slightly drop after he returned.
Goodman spent two years at ASU and was the team's second leading scorer in 2014-15. He transferred from UNLV after his freshman year due to legal issues and spent a year at Indian Hills Community College, but did not play.
Since Goodman graduated from ASU in December, he is immediately eligible to play one more season. As an athletic forward that can score and rebound, he is expected to be in high demand.
[UPDATE, 10:40 a.m.] Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley released a statement following the news:
Quote from ASU HC Bobby Hurley on Savon Goodman’s departure: pic.twitter.com/RPbefYjOsv— Fabian Ardaya (@fardaya15) March 23, 2016