Evan Boudreaux, a 6-foot-8 All-Ivy League forward for Dartmouth, plans to be a graduate transfer, and will have two years to play for his new program.
Boudreaux, a Lake Forest, IL native, averaged 17.5 points and 9.5 rebounds per game and recorded 15 double-doubles for the Big Green. He is a two-time All-Ivy League second team selection. His scoring was actually down from his freshman season, when he averaged 17.7 points.
Boudreaux is a solid three-point shooter for a big wing, hitting 40.6-percent of his shots from deep as a freshman, and 35.2-percent last year.
He was expected to star for Dartmouth once again, which opens its season tomorrow at Quinnipiac. Instead he will sit out the year, and transfer after graduating early.
More, from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman:
Boudreaux is a Dartmouth legacy athlete, as his mother was three time Ivy League player of the year for the Big Green, as well as a track and field star, and his father played lacrosse at Georgia according to his Dartmouth bio. It is unclear which schools he will target, but the market for Boudreaux should be pretty large, especially since he will have two years of eligibility remaining.