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Louisville transfer Anton Gill reportedly commits to Nebraska

Louisville transfer Anton Gill reportedly commits to Nebraska

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Anton Gill, a 6-3 sophomore guard at Louisville, will reportedly transfer to Nebraska. Gill would have to sit a transfer season, then have two years of eligibility.

As a sophomore, Gill averaged 2.4 points in 9.4 minutes of play, though Lee Barfknecht writes that he never fit into coach Rick Pitino's rotation at Louisville. He did score seven points in a key stretch of the Cardinals’ NCAA Sweet 16 win over North Carolina State in March. 

Two years ago, ESPN listed Gill 40th on its Top 100 list of prep prospects. He averaged 28.2 points a game at Hargrave Military Academy, and had single games of 50 and 56 points.

CBS Sports, ESPN and several other outlets reported the news of Gill's commitment Tuesday, while Husker coach Tim Miles shared the news more cryptically:

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Guard Tarin Smith tweeted on Monday that he is transferring to Duquesne, an Atlantic-10 school in Pittsburgh. The freshman guard from Ocean Township, New Jersey, averaged 4.5 points for the Huskers. He played in all 31 games, averaging 17.6 minutes.

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