Report: Wynston Tabbs Cleared To Resume Activities

A.J. Black

Boston College men's basketball got much needed good news on Tuesday as it was reported that guard Wynston Tabbs was cleared to resume activities. Per Jon Rothstein:

Tabbs came to Boston College as a three star recruit out Suitland, Maryland. He missed the entire 2019-20 season after having surgery on his left knee. In 2018-19 as a true freshman he impressed many with his play, averaging 13.4 points per game, along with 3.9 rebounds per game. His season ended in late January due to an injury to that same knee.

He is expected to return as the starting guard for Jim Christian's squad. What remains to be seen is if the coaches puts him at the point or move sophomore Jay Heath there. Last season Heath was primarily the shooting guard. On top of the pair of presumed starters, the Eagles also have transfer guards Rich Kelly (Quinnipiac) and Makai Ashton Langford (Providence) who will both be battling for minutes as well. Tabbs should be the leading scorer on this team, if he returns to the form he had before the injury. 

Earlier this month it was reported that Andre Adams, a transfer from Southern Utah would miss the season with an injury. 

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AGPennyPacker
AGPennyPacker

Tabbs being back is wonderful news on so many levels (human and program) but I agree that JC is still a lame duck at BC just as Addazio was in his last seasons.
We also just lost out on Carter Whitt that was to be our next jewel which tells me there is little confidence around this program.

NewtonBus
NewtonBus

I don't think Tabbs plays much PG, but there isn't really a traditional PG in the system. MAL is likely the primary ball-handler, and I think they play a lot of 3-guard lineups. MAL-Tabbs-Heath-Langford (or Ryder)-Mitchell. With Adams out and Karnik likely ineligible, defensive rebounding will once again be an adventure.

Eagles2007
Eagles2007

Who cares they are going to be terrible next year anyways. Waste of a season with Christian still here


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