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Former South Alabama guard Michael Flowers Moving to Washington State basketball program

Former South Alabama shield Michael Flowers, the very best available scorer in college basketball transfer portal, has committed to perform Washington State second year, he told ESPN.

"I picked Washington State since I wished to play with at a Power 5 seminar and I believed they were the ideal match," Flowers said. "The training staff showed a fantastic interest in me and my objectives. I enjoy how trainer Kyle Smith enables his point guards to create plays and helps players in place to work."

"They're becoming a player that has a chip on his shoulder and will do anything is required to direct a team into the NCAA championship," Flowers said. "I think I shall show I could be more efficient and effective at another system at a greater summit."

Flowers began his career in Western Michigan and proceeded following three seasons into South Alabama, where he performed with his senior season and will graduate this summer. He'll make the most of the excess year of eligibility that the NCAA awarded all winter sports players and perform with a fifth year for a graduate transfer in Washington State.

Washington State finished 14-13 last year, its first winning year since 2011-12. The staff will probably return the majority of its roster out of top scorer Isaac Bonton, who'll graduate and is expected to turn pro. The Cougars additional Division II All-America shield Tyrell Roberts, as a move from UC San Diego.

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