Cartier Diarra isn’t the only Kansas State men’s basketball player to enter the NCAA transfer portal.
Junior point guard David Sloan announced Monday on Twitter he plans to transfer from K-State. Sloan played just one season for the Wildcats after transferring from John A. Logan College.
The floor general was expected to lead K-State’s offense as a distributor. Instead, it was an up-and-down season. At times, Sloan started for the Wildcats. In other games, he would barely see the floor. Sloan averaged 5.3 points and 2.3 assists as a junior.
Sloan’s departure came as no surprise after the Wildcats landed junior college point guard Rudi Williams Sunday.
Following Sloan’s exit, K-State will have eight new scholarship players on the roster for 2020-21.