It’s appears as if guard De’Vion Harmon is keeping all of his options open for next season. Every. Single. One. The 6-2/198 guard had decided to test the waters of the NBA but without signing an agent so that the door could remain open for a return to college basketball. Now it appears as if that return my not be to Norman. On Thursday morning Harmon’s name was entered into the transfer portal, continuing what could be a mass exodus leaving little to no remnants of the Long Kruger era behind.
Harmon wasn’t alone in hitting the transfer portal on Thursday morning. Senior guard Alondes Williams also decided to explore his options by casting his name into the portal. Williams started 14 games for the Sooners last season and provided some electric moments with his high flying dunks.
Harmon’s entrance into the portal, despite the fact that I’ve been saying for three weeks now on the podcast, is particularity shocking to Oklahoma fans because just last week new head coach Porter Moser said that he expects Harmon to return to Norman for a senior season.
“I’ve had many conversations with De’Vion,” Moser said last week. “I know he hasn’t formally said it, but all signs point to that De’Vion’s going to come back.”
Harmon averaged 12.9 points and 3.4 rebounds for the Sooners last season.
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