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Report: Pitt Reaches Out to Transfer Guard Camren Wynter



On Thursday, the Pitt staff reached out to another transfer target, 6-foot-2 guard Camren Wynter.

Wynter played four seasons for Drexel, averaging more than 15 points per game in each of them. This past season, he averaged 15.8 points per game and 5.3 rebounds per game, while shooting  43% from the field and 28% from three-point range.

According to Hoop Scoop Media, Wynter also heard from Arkansas, Creighton, Penn State, Providence, Pitt, and more.

Wynter has over 1600 points and 570 assists in his career.

After the recent departures of Chris Payton and Noah Collier, the Panthers currently have four available scholarships for next season.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Krackerjack Kid
Krackerjack Kid
2 years ago

Serious question.

I would think the transfer portal would open up a bunch of opportunities to bring in high-caliber talent. Pitt plays in the ACC and is considered a very good basketball league (although it’s down this season). Why is Capel talking about bringing in transfers from mid-major or smaller programs where the players, once on campus would equate to being a role-player.

I get that Capel has not had success with recruiting high school players, but what’s going on with the inability to attract a single P5 league player?

2 years ago

Look at the offers some of these guys are getting. Obviously other teams see something in these kids as well. they have to do their due diligence. If someone like Efton Reid becomes available, I would think Capel would reach out bc his job is on the line. It’s still early, guys are still playing in the tournament. Let’s see what happens before making a judgment. I’m not high on Capel, but let’s see who the hell comes here, if anybody.

2 years ago

I do not know anything about these two youngsters ,but assume that Pitt thinks they are legitimate,
small school or not. It seems Pitt did pretty well
by bringing in Gueye from Stoney Brook , not
exactly a member of the ACC Big 10 or

For those concerned by the competition for top level point guards, knowledge of Hugley and what the
two can achieve for each other, should take
priority over anything else.

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