5 Drake players that could follow Darian DeVries to West Virginia

With the hiring of Darian DeVries from Drake and the transfer portal already being open, some players might choose to follow their coach to his new school.

Mar 21, 2024; Omaha, NE, USA; Drake Bulldogs guard Tucker DeVries (12) reacts in the first half of the game.
Mar 21, 2024; Omaha, NE, USA; Drake Bulldogs guard Tucker DeVries (12) reacts in the first half of the game. / Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports
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Conor Enright

Conor Enright is a player who went from redshirting his freshman season to starting a few games his second season, but playing solid minutes, to this season being a full-time starter for DeVries and the Bulldogs.

Enright improved from his first season playing to his second going from an average of 4.1 points per game to 6.9 points, 2.2 rebounds per game to 3.2 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game to 3.2 assists. He also improved his field goal percentage shooting 43.4% in the 2022-2023 season and now shoots 45.3% from he floor. He also improved his three-point shot, still one he does not shoot too often, by going from 32.2% from beyond the arc to 43.9%.

Enright would be a great player to have a West Virginia because he would be able to grow even more in a bigger program with more resources. I would not be surprised if he chose to follow the coach who recruited him.

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