EJ Jarvis, starting Yale transfer F, names B1G team in final 8
EJ Jarvis is looking to continue his college basketball career elsewhere after more than 3 years at Yale. Jarvis has narrowed his transfer options down to 8 teams, including Northwestern.
The Wildcats will be competing with Cal, Florida Georgia Tech, Georgetown, Miami, Notre Dame and VCU, according to Joe Tipton of On3.
NEWS: Yale transfer EJ Jarvis is down to eight schools, he tells @On3sports:
Story: https://t.co/jVLkL1QdMj pic.twitter.com/7At1AYsDh4
— Joe Tipton (@TiptonEdits) March 26, 2023
It was just over 1 week ago that Jarvis announced his entry into the portal as a graduate.
“Thank You Yale” ?
(click link in bio for full highlight tape) pic.twitter.com/r8zkIqWAKp
— EJ “Edge” Jarvis (@J4RV15_) March 17, 2023
Jarvis’ Yale career began in 2019-20. He saw limited playing time in a college basketball season that ended prematurely due to COVID-19. The Ivy League did not hold varsity college sports seasons for the 2020-21 academic year.
Over 3 seasons, Jarvis saw his playing time steadily increase. He was a bench contributor in 10 games in 2019-20, averaging 4.3 minutes per contest. In 2021-22, he was up to 17 minutes per game, making 5 starts in 22 total appearances.
Jarvis became a regular starter this past season. In 29 games (21 starts), Jarvis averaged 11.4 points and 5.5 rebounds over 22.3 minutes per game.