In the days after he announced on Twitter his plans to leave Duquesne following graduation last summer, then-junior forward L.G. Gill became one of the most highly sought transfers in the country.
The number of schools and caliber of programs surprised Gill, who had come out of high school in Richmond, Va., with mostly mid-major offers and had put up respectable, though not eye-popping, numbers at Duquesne.
"For me it was kind of overwhelming," Gill recalled this week. "I knew I was going to get a handful of schools, but I had 52 schools on the list. It was finals, I was trying to study, but I had a million coaches calling me."
Gill said he was...