Joe Girard III was one of the better volume 3-point shooters in the ACC last season. The former Syracuse sharpshooter hit 38% of his 3-pointers attempted, shooting 231 on the season.

Girard announced he would be transferring from Syracuse at the end of the season, following a less than ideal regular season and retirement of Jim Boeheim. Since his announcement of transfer, Girard has heard from at least 3 B1G schools, as well as plenty others across the country.

Indiana, Ohio State and Nebraska have all reached out to Girard alongside the likes of Tennessee, BYU, Pitt, Auburn, Florida and LSU. That’s a strong list.

Where is the best fit?

At face value, the answer seems to be Indiana.

The Hoosiers will be losing the services of Miller Kopp after this season and will be in need of another strong 3-point shooter. None of the 3 schools shoot the 3 in abundance to begin with, but Indiana was perhaps the best at creating open looks. We guess that’ll be the case with Trayce Jackson-Davis drawing so much in the paint.

But let’s be fair to Girard here. He’s not just a great 3-point shooter, he’s an offensive threat everywhere. He’s fantastic at drawing fouls, an excellent free throw shooter and a strong ballhandler. That’s a deadly combination.

Where will he end up? We’ll just have to wait and see.