FSU Basketball Transfer Visiting Fellow ACC Program After Hitting Portal

The former Seminole is quickly exploring his options after entering the portal on Tuesday.
Mar 2, 2024; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Florida State Seminoles forward Cam Corhen (3) shoots
Mar 2, 2024; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Florida State Seminoles forward Cam Corhen (3) shoots / Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Florida State is in the middle of a mass exodus as six players have entered the NCAA Transfer Portal since the conclusion of the season. The most significant loss so far came earlier this week when rising junior forward Cam Corhen announced that he was moving on from the Seminoles.

Corhen is coming off his second year in Tallahassee where he improved on all of his averages despite dealing with a toe injury. His departure leaves Florida State with an extremely thin front court as sophomore Taylor Bol Bowen is the lone big man returning to the program as of now. Baba Miller previously hit the portal and there's no guarantee that Jaylan Gainey will receive a waiver for another year of eligibility.

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It hasn't taken long for Corhen to begin exploring his options elsewhere. He plans to officially visit fellow ACC program Pittsburgh next week from April 12-14, according to Derek Murray. It's a little bit of a coincidence since Corhen had the best game of his college career against the Panthers down the stretch of the season, totaling 25 points, eight rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block on 8/12 shooting from the field.

Corhen averaged 9.4 points and 3.9 rebounds while shooting 62.9% from the field this past season. He appeared in 28 games, with 12 starts, and averaged 21.3 minutes per game. Outside of his success against Pittsburgh, Corhen recorded 18 points and ten rebounds in a loss to Florida. He scored in double-figures in 25 of his 60 appearances in garnet and gold.

The Texas native is expected to have two seasons of eligbility remaining. Corhen was a four-star prospect and top-100 recruit in the 2022 class.

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Lewis joined NoleGameday in 2016 and is currently in the role of Editor-In-Chief. A graduate of Florida State, Lewis contributes to football, recruiting, and basketball coverage. Connect with Dustin on Twitter at @DustinLewisNG.