It's always too bad when this kind of news comes up, but it's also not rare: freshman Darian Bryant and sophomore Nick Griffin are transferring, according to articles in the Hatchet.
Griffin was a pure shooter who didn't see a ton of time, but also had a 12-point game earlier in the year. He averaged 2.6 points in 7.9 minutes a game, shooting 24/66 (.364) from three and only .326 from the floor overall. He had a great shooting stroke, but as some mentioned on GWHoops.com, he didn't seem to be able to get his own shot and I didn't get a good sense of any other facet of his game. That said, I liked watching him and wish him the best.
Darian Bryant was a tough, big guard who played aggressively, but also didn't see much time. He averaged 1.2 points in 5.4 minutes per game. I liked his high energy play but he would sometimes be a bit out of control -- that said, I definitely hoped to see more of him.
That means all of Coach Lonergan's 2013-14 class has left, as Miguel Cartagena and Skyler White have already transfered. Then again, as the Hatchet noted, the team was able to add Maurice Creek instead, so that worked out well.
That means the team now has two open scholarships, so I look forward to seeing if they sign new freshmen, snag some transfers, or hold onto them (I hope not the latter.) The team is alerady adding transfer Tyler Cavanaugh from Wake, who can play this coming season, and freshmen Jordan Roland and Collin Goss.