Duquesne F Quincy McGriff Enters Transfer Portal After One Year With Dukes
On Tuesday night, Duquesne forward Quincy McGriff became the second Duke to enter the transfer portal this year, alongside Kevin Easley, who entered months ago.
McGriff played in 29 games this year for Duquesne, starting seven, and playing an average of 16.3 minutes per outing. He shot 36% from the field, scoring 5.3 points per game. McGriff’s best offensive game of the year came against George Washington in February, when he scored 27 points on 6-of-9 shooting. He had five games in double figures this year, including the first game of the season (10 points) against Montana.
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McGriff, a 6-foot-6 sophomore out of Los Angeles, California, played one season for Duquesne. He came to Pittsburgh from Salt Lake City, where he played junior college ball for Salt Lake City Community College. There, McGriff added offers from Duquesne, Wichita State, Texas A&M, and others before eventually choosing Keith Dambrot’s Dukes.