One of the top players from the Atlantic 10 conference has joined USF men’s basketball as senior guard Javon Greene from George Mason announced his intentions to transfer to USF.
In his senior year, he lead the Patriots in steals (40) and 3-pt percentage (37.5%), was second in the team for scoring (11.5 PPG), assists (48), and three points made (39) as the Patriots went 13-9 this past season.
Greene scored a career-high 39 points against Richmond in his junior year, which is the most points a George Mason player has scored at home since 1985. He also paced the Patriots with 13.8 PPG.
The 6’4, 190-pound Greene shot 80% from the free throw line in his career (!!!!), while accumulating 199 assists for the Patriots. His 37.5% three point percentage last season would have had him second on the team, just behind Xavier Castañeda who transferred a few weeks ago. He also average five rebounds a game, which would have lead all guards for the Bulls last season. In all Greene has collected 535 rebounds and 162 steals in his George Mason career.