After almost two weeks in the transfer portal, former Duquesne point guard Tavian Dunn-Martin has his eyes set on three schools as for where he will play next.
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Dunn-Martin narrowed his list down to Florida Gulf-Coast, Georgia State, and Indiana State.
The 5-foot-8, Huntington, West Virginia native played three seasons for Duquesne after transferring from Akron. In his time on the Bluff, he played in 80 games for the Dukes, scoring 738 points and totaling 219 assists. The playmaking guard shot 35% from the field in his three seasons, along with 34% from 3-point land.
In this past season, he started 15 of Duquesne’s 18 games, 10.2 points and 3.6 assists per game. His best scoring game of the season came against UNC Greensboro in the second game of the year, a game in which he hit four of his six three-point attempts en route to 21 points.
His final three choices include two southern schools and one midwestern option. Florida Gulf-Coast went 10-8 this season, including 4-5 in ASUN play. Georgia Southern went 13-13 this year, including 7-9 in the Sun Belt. Lastly, Indiana State finished 15-10, including 11-7 in MVC play.