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UTSA SG Transfer Jordan Ivy-Curry Decommits From Virginia Tech

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Times have changed and today was another example of that as UTSA SG transfer Jordan Ivy-Curry has decommitted from Virginia Tech one day after the Hokies announced that Ivy-Curry had signed with the program.

Ivy-Curry's decision to decommit from the Hokies leaves VT with three open scholarships now and a transfer class of four featuring Charleston All-CAA F Ben Burnham, California SG Rodney Brown Jr, Temple PG Hysier Miller, and VCU PF Toibu Lawal.

Ivy-Curry seemed set to be a featured player for the Hokies in his final season of college basketball after averaging 17.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 3.0 assists in 27.2 minutes per game last season while shooting 40.1% from the field including 38.7% from three-point range plus 79.6% from the free-throw line.

Plenty of various power conference schools have been linked as potential destinations for Ivy-Curry since his decommitment including Kentucky, Louisville, West Virginia, and many more. Ole Miss and Seton Hall were heavily involved previously, though the Rebels may not be an option now, especially after they landed a commitment from former Virginia Tech All-ACC PG Sean Pedulla.

There's no denying the fact that this is a massive loss for the Hokies. On a team that lost all of its lead scorers, Ivy-Curry had shown high-level scoring talent that made you believe he could be a fairly efficient leading scorer. Now with Ivy-Curry go, the Hokies have some work to do to find a big time scorer to lead the way, albeit without the type of NIL funds that you would like to have to achieve that outcome.

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