Former Indiana forward Jeremy Hollowell is transferring to Georgia State. He will join Kevin Ware as one of two high-profile transfers into coach Ron Hunter’s program.
Hollowell is a 6-8 forward who will have two years of eligibility remaining after he sits out next year, per the NCAA’s transfer rules.
He averaged 4.2 points and 2.73 rebounds per game in 13.8 minutes per action in two seasons for the Hoosiers. Hunter is familiar with Hollowell, who is from Indianapolis, from his time as coach at IUPUI.
Former Louisville guard Kevin Ware announced earlier this month that he will transfer to Georgia State.
They are two of several transfers that Hunter has been able to recruit to Georgia State. Ryan Harrow (Kentucky), Curtis Washington (USC) and Manny Atkins (Virginia Tech) are others.
Harrow and Atkins helped Georgia State go 17-1 in the Sun Belt last year to win the conference’s regular-season title. They were beaten by Louisiana-Lafayette in the tournament championship game.
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