The Kareem Canty transfer saga is finally over. Well, at least we think. Between his committing to schools, backing out from them, saying he was going to enroll in them, but not, it is really hard to say. Yet here we are, on June the 4th, talking about Kareem Canty committing to the Auburn Tigers.
Kareem Canty told ESPN he has re-considered and is now heading to Auburn after initially committing to Auburn, then committing to South Fla.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) June 4, 2014
Jeff (we still wish it were John) Goodman’s tweet pretty much sums all this up perfectly.
We don’t blame you if you happen to think this isn’t true. It is not like Canty is above flip-flopping. He’s already done it a few times. Still, if this is true, what a get for Auburn.
Canty averaged 16.3 points and 5.5 assists per game last year for Marshall. All he has to do, per NCAA transfer rules, is sit out this season and he will have three wonderful years of eligibility left.
Despite Canty’s track record of changing his mind more times than you change socks, this feels like the official end of the Kareem Canty transfer story.