Virginia Tech sophomore forward David N’Guessan entered the transfer portal on Thursday afternoon. He becomes the fourth Tech player to enter the portal this offseason, joining freshman forward Jaylen Haynes, junior center John Ojiako, and junior guard Nahiem Alleyne.
N’Guessan played in all 36 games for Virginia Tech in 2021-22, backing up Justyn Mutts and Keve Aluma at both the power forward and center positions. He averaged 3.7 points and 2.7 rebounds per game, scoring in double figures twice.
Virginia Tech recently added Memphis transfer John Camden, who could potentially play power forward or small forward in Mike Young’s system. The Hokies also signed power forward Darren Buchanan, who was the 2022 DC Gatorade Player of the Year as well as the All-Met Player of the Year.
Mike Young currently has three open scholarships for next season, and possibly four if Justyn Mutts declines to use his COVID year of eligibility. Virginia Tech’s roster breakdown can be seen in the tables below, which were prepared by David Cunningham.