Leading Rebounder Goodman Leaving ASU

The winds of change continue to swirl for Bobby Hurley and the Arizona State men’s basketball program as forward Savon Goodman announced he was leaving the program.

The Philadelphia native was one of the top prep players in the country when he signed with UNLV. Goodman spent a year (2013-14) at Indian Hills Community College but did play. He was recruited to Tempe by former head coach Herb Sendek and his staff and signed in the spring of 2014.

The 6’6″, 220-pounder led ASU in rebounding this past season (6.4 per game) and was tied for third in scoring (9.6). He shot 55% from the field and was third on the team in blocks (14).

Goodman joins junior guard Andre Spight who opted to leave back in late February.

As a graduate transfer Goodman will be eligible to play immediately next season.