Remy Martin appears to be putting all his options on the table. After declaring for the NBA Draft, multiple reports came out that the Arizona State senior point guard has entered the transfer portal.
Arizona State senior guard Remy Martin has entered the transfer portal, the portal told me. Averaged 19.1 points per game last season.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) May 11, 2021
The NCAA gave athletes an additional year of eligibility following the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning Martin has one potential season left.
He is similar to Marcus Bagley, who also declared for the NBA Draft and entered the transfer portal. In this latest mock draft from Bleacher Report, neither Martin or Bagley were part of the 60 selections.
Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley and company seemed prepared to lose Martin even before Tuesday’s news.
The Sun Devils have done their own work in the portal, adding A.J. Bramah out of Robert Morris, Boston College point guard Jay Heath, Illinois State guard D.J. Horne, and Toledo point guard Marreon Jackson.
If Martin is officially done in Tempe, the two-time All-Pac-12 first-team selection finished sixth in program history in points (1,754) and second in assists (466).