Nebraska reportedly landed transfer Isaac Copeland.
Around mid-December, reports surfaced indicating Isaac Copeland wanted to transfer from Georgetown. Initially, those reports listed a plethora of schools he could transfer to. Arizona, Arizona State, Cincinnati, Illinois, Kansas, NC State, Nebraska, Texas, and UConn were all in the running.
Well, one month later, Copeland reportedly made his decision.
The junior small forward reportedly chose Nebraska.
Can confirm that Isaac Copeland is coming to Lincoln. Have reached out to him, and will have a story up soon. #Huskers
— Chris Basnett (@HuskerExtraCB) January 9, 2017
In his two and a half season with the Hoyas, Copeland averaged 8.6 points per game, 4.5 rebounds per game, and 1.3 assists per game.
Copeland was a highly-rated recruit from Virginia, but never lived up to the hype with Georgetown. The small forward is set to have back surgery soon and plans to play for Nebraska next season. Copeland reportedly filed a medical hardship waiver, but won’t be eligible to play this season for the Cornhuskers.
Copeland has a link to Nebraska, as Cornhuskers assistant Kenya Hunter recruited Copeland to Georgetown when Hunter was an assistant with the Hoyas.