St. John’s offseason isn’t off to an ideal begin.
Forward Aaron Wheeler has opted to bypass his closing yr of eligibility and go pro, his father Bill advised The Post.
The transfer isn’t a shock because the 23-year-old Wheeler already has graduated from school.
He transferred to St. John’s after three seasons at Purdue, and had a robust season following a sluggish begin. Wheeler might’ve performed a fifth season, because the 2020-21 marketing campaign didn’t rely as a result of it was performed throughout the top of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 6-foot-9 wing averaged 10 factors, 4.7 rebounds and shot 38.5 p.c from 3-point vary. He broke the information to educate Mike Anderson on Tuesday afternoon, based on his father.
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St. John’s is probably going going to be dropping two of its high three gamers, as main scorer Julian Champagnie is predicted to go pro, though he hasn’t made a proper announcement but.