Baylor basketball landed their second transfer in the day by securing guard Adam Flagler, a former Presbyterian player. Flagler will sit out next season and then have three years of eligibility left.
Flagler is a 6-foot-3 guard that averaged 16 points per game and shot 38% from three on 264 attempts. He scored 20 points against Marquette and had 29 against UCLA. He’s a big time get for the Bears, as they beat out Butler for his services.
Baylor now has 13 scholarships for next season. Those include the ten returning scholarship players: Freddie Gillespie (senior), Devonte Bandoo (senior), Mark Vital (junior), Mario Kegler (junior), Tristan Clark (junior), Macio Teague (junior), Davion Mitchell (sophomore), Jared Butler (sophomore), Matthew Mayer (sophomore) and Flo Thamba (sophomore). The Bears also have three new players: Jordan Turner (freshman), Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua (will redshirt, then a sophomore) and Adam Flagler (will redshirt and then a sophomore).