D’Angelo Hunter will not be playing for the West Virginia Mountaineers in the 2018-2019 season, according to an Instagram post.
The post from Hunter read: “First off I want to thank Bob Huggins and the University of West Virginia for everything they have helped accomplish through out the year! I will be re opening my recruitment for my senior year! [sic]”
— WVU (@StrictlyWVU) March 19, 2018
#WVU junior forward D’Angelo Hunter is transferring. He was not with the team during the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament
— Chris Jackson (@CJacksonWVU) March 19, 2018
Earlier in March, Hunter’s father went on a tirade about West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins. Hunter played sparingly over the 2017-2018 season, only averaging 1.5 points per game. He did not travel with the Mountaineers during the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
The Mountaineers will take on the Villanova Wildcats in the third round of the tournament. The Wildcats are one of two 1 seeds remaining in the tournament. The Mountaineers beat the Murray State Racers 85-68 in the first round of the tournament and the Marshall Thundering Herd 94-71.
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