Seth Towns looking for 2023-24 opportunity after stepping away from Ohio State basketball
Seth Towns is not giving up on playing college basketball. The forward is reportedly looking to find a new team after stepping away from Ohio State basketball last fall.
Towns, who’s college career began in 2016, is in the NCAA transfer portal, according to ESPN’s Jeff Borzello.
A familiar name entered the portal earlier this evening, per source: Seth Towns. Hasn’t played since 2020-21 season with Ohio State, has missed three entire seasons with knee and back injuries over course of his career. First played college hoops in 2016 at Harvard. 2018 Ivy POY.
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In September, Towns tweeted that he was stepping away from the Buckeyes basketball team because his body was not up to a full season of B1G hoops. Towns has missed time due to multiple injuries and surgeries. He underwent back surgery in September 2021.
Once a Buckeye, Always a Buckeye pic.twitter.com/cKS6v0GPr1
— Seth Towns (@219setty) September 4, 2022
Towns, the Ivy League Player of the Year in 2018, last played during OSU’s 2020-21 season. He made 25 appearances, averaging 3.8 points over 10.8 minutes per game.