Jul 6, 2013, 3:00 PM EDT
Former SMU guard Brian Bernardi is now down to two in the transfer process according to a report from CSN Washington’s Daniel Martin. Bernardi, a native of New York City, is still looking at Hofstra and Fairfield as possible transfer destinations according to the report from Martin.
The freshman guard was previously interested in George Washington and Dayton before settling on his final two schools of interest. Bernardi was scheduled to visit Hofstra on July 4th and Fairfield on July 5th according to the New York Post’s Zach Braziller, so the sharpshooter cutting his list to those two schools after those scheduled visits makes some sense.
Bernardi averaged 3.5 points per game in only 11.5 minutes a game for SMU during his freshman season, but did shoot 42 percent from beyond the arc. After sitting out a redshirt year due to the transfer, Bernardi will have three years of eligibility remaining.
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