UNT Transfer Tylor Perry Will Choose From Four, With K-State, Tech in Mix: Report
Former North Texas point guard Tylor Perry previously said he was prioritizing eight schools in his transfer process, and he’s reportedly knocked that down to four, including a pair of Big 12 programs. Perry will now choose from Kansas State and Texas Tech, along with Florida and Ole Miss, per New York Times Contributor and Basketball Insider Adam Zagoria.
Perry is set to visit Ole Miss this upcoming weekend, Zagoria reports. He’ll then take in Manhattan and the Kansas State Wildcats from Monday to Wednesday of next week.
Perry is electric, and any of these four teams would obviously be lucky to have him in their program. This past season, he was named the Conference USA Player of the Year while averaging 17.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game and shooting 43.7% from the field, including 41.3% from beyond the arc.
The National Invitation Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, Perry carried the Mean Green to the NIT Title when the Mean Green took down UAB 68-61 in the event held in Las Vegas, Nev., for the first time. Perry’s other rewards are numerous. He was a two-time Conference USA First Team All-Conference selection, the 2022 Conference USA Sixth Man of the Year, 2022 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Classic MVP, and there are many more to name.
Perry appeared in 66 games over his two seasons in Denton, starting 36 of those. He averaged 15.3 points, 3.2 boards and 2.3 assists per contest.
And he’ll be bringing all of that production to another team soon. At the very least, a pair of Big 12 schools are now very close to being that one.