Friday May 15th, 2015

Florida guard Eli Carter has reportedly narrowed his list of transfer destinations, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.

Goodman reports that Carter is looking at Boston College, Georgetown, Clemson as well as possibly staying at Florida.

In late April the guard announced that he planned to transfer from Florida.

Carter had spent his first two college seasons at Rutgers, then transferred to Florida after the 2012-2013 season. He took a medical redshirt after breaking his leg early in his first season in Gainesville, then averaged 8.8 points a game during his junior year in 2014-15.

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The Gators have already lost guard Michael Frazier II and forward Chris Walker, who both declared for the NBA Draft.

Earlier in the month Florida hired former Louisiana Tech coach Michael White after Billy Donavan accepted the job to coach the Oklahoma City Thunder coach at the end of April.

Since he has graduated from Florida, Carter would be eligible immediately at a new school.

- Erick Fernandez

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