Just a few days after learning where K-State transfer Angel Rodriguez ended up, the Wildcats were able to land a transfer of their own. Justin Edwards, a 6-3 combo guard from Maine picked KSU today while visiting.
What Kansas State fans will learn about Edwards is that he led the America East in scoring at 16.7 points per game, and that he was a stat stuffer averaging 5.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists, and 1.9 steals.
But what we've learned from analyzing years of previous transfers is that mid-career transfers are often high-volume, low-efficiency players. Does Edwards fit this mold?
The short answer is yes. The longer answer is a bit more complicated.
When he was on the floor he took 30% of the shots. For perspective, no player coached by Bruce Weber in his entire career has taken that many shots. Edwards has virtually no 3-pt shot (27% for his career) yet he insists on taking three a game. He's fairly efficient on 2s (49%) and he's an average free throw shoo...