NCAAB: VCU G Ace Baldwin Jr., Atlantic 10 POY, to transfer

VCU guard and Atlantic 10 Player of the Year Adrian “Ace” Baldwin Jr. announced Thursday that he will transfer.

His announcement comes in the aftermath of a whirlwind coaching change at the Richmond, Va., school. VCU lost coach Mike Rhoades to Penn State and hired Ryan Odom — all on Wednesday.

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“I want to thank Coach Rhoades and the coaching staff for trusting in me to lead VCU’s basketball program for the time that I was here,” Baldwin posted to Twitter.

Baldwin led the Rams to a 27-8 record this season and a No. 12 seed in the NCAA Tournament. VCU was bounced by No. 5 Saint Mary’s in the first round.

He averaged team highs in points (12.7), assists (5.8) and steals (2.2) in 30 starts. A three-year starter, he averaged 10.4 points and 5.2 assists in 80 games.

Baldwin was also named the A-10 Defensive Player of the Year.

–Field Level Media

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