Found May 02, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
Kansas State point guard Angel Rodriguez announced he was transferring to the University of Miami after visiting the school Wednesday. Rodriguez, who said he wanted to transfer from Kansas State in order to be closer to home, went to high school in Miami and has family in Puerto Rico. He averaged 11.4 points and 5.2 assists as a sophomore for the Wildcats last season and was an All-Big 12 second-team selection. Angel is an exceptional point guard, Miami coach Jim Larranaga told the Miami Herald. When you watch him you immediately notice his ball-handling and passing skills. He can also hit the open shot He has a pass-first mentality, but if he sees an open lane, he wont hesitate to attack. We feel very, very good about Angel joining our program. The Hurricanes are in need of a point guard after All-ACC first-team selection Shane Larkin announced Sunday that he was declaring for the NBA Draft with two years of eligibility remaining. NCAA rules require athletes to sit out a year afte...
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Kansas State's Angel Rodriguez will transfer to Miami

It was believed for some time that Miami was the favorite to land the former Kansas State point guard, but it appears it is finally now confirmed.  Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports tweeted that not only is he headed to Miami but seeking a hardship waiver that would allow him to play immediately. Angel Rodriguez will also attempt to get a hardship waiver from the NCAA to play next season...
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