Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE
Jordan Daniels, a sophomore guard, spoke with SB Nation Boston about his decision to leave the Boston College basketball team.
Jordan Daniels, a sophomore guard who played his freshman year with the Boston College Eagles, shocked many when he announced earlier this week that he would transfer from the school. Daniels did not give a reason at the time, but speculation was that incoming freshman guard Oliver Hanlan would take a chunk of Daniels' playing time.
Daniels, speaking exclusively with SB Nation Boston, told us that, while he was not ready to do a full length interview, he would offer the following statement.
"I'd like to thank Boston College for the opportunity to be a part of this community, said Daniels. "Coach [Steve] Donahue has a great program, however I feel this is the best decision for me at this time. It's been a pleasure to develop a bond with my Eagle teammates and I sincerely wish them all the best."
In his line season at Boston College, Daniels averaged 6.4 points on 34.7 percent shooting and 2.6 assists in 31 contests.
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