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BGSU men’s basketball’s Anthony McComb III enters the transfer portal

McComb is the fifth Falcon to enter the portal
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Anthony McComb III (#10) dribbling the ball up court.

Bowling Green men’s basketball sophomore guard Anthony McComb III has entered the transfer portal, according to verbalcommits.com.  

McComb is the fifth Falcon to enter the portal, joining freshman guard EJay Greer, sophomore guard PJ Edwards, junior guard Marcus Hill and senior forward Rashaun Agee 

Over the past two seasons, McComb played in 33 games for the Orange and Brown, starting two.  

This past season, the Dayton, Ohio, native played in 12 games, averaging 8.0 minutes, 3.0 points, 1.0 rebounds and 0.5 assists per contest.   

McComb, who tallied a career-high 36 points and five steals this past season, shot 25.3% (21-83) from the field, 15.2% (7-46) on three-pointers and 56.5% (13-23) on free throws across his two seasons at Bowling Green. 

McComb was one of four Falcons who stayed at BG for this past season following the firing of Michael Huger and the hiring of Todd Simon.   

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