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ASU F Devan Cambridge transfers to Oregon

Devan Cambridge announced he was transferring from ASU to Oregon on Friday after one season with the Sun Devils. © Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
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ASU forward Devan Cambridge announced on Friday that he is transferring to Pac-12 conference foe, Oregon, after one season with the Sun Devils.

With this being Cambridge’s second time transferring, he said that he will be a grad transfer. However, there are some reports that he’s not eligible to be a grad transfer, and if so, he will have to apply for a waiver to play next season under the new NCAA rules. Some speculate the way he will do this is by saying he’s moving closer to home.

Cambridge, listed at 6-foot-6, transferred to ASU from Auburn before last season with his brother Devan. He started 35 of 36 games for the Sun Devils, averaging a career-high 9.8 points per game and proving to be an elite defensive presence. He originally said he was coming back to the Sun Devils after this season, but a few weeks later announced he was entering the portal.

Cambridge’s commitment comes after he visited Oregon last week. He also visited his former school, Auburn, before making this decision. In an interview with, he said, “I can take my game to the next level and get to the pros,” with Oregon.

Oregon’s Jermaine Couisnard and N’Faly Dante were the two biggest recruiters for Cambridge committing to the Ducks, he told Duck Territory. He had 14 points and five rebounds in a blowout victory over the Ducks in January, and he recorded eight points in a loss to them in early February. 

Cambridge is the third Sun Devil to announce he’s transferring elsewhere in the past two days, fourth this week and fifth overall. Duke Brennan and Malcolm Flaggs announced they were both transferring to GCU yesterday, second-leading scorer DJ Horne signed with NC State earlier this week and Enoch Boakye transferred to Fresno State early last week. Austin Nunez is the only Sun Devil left in the portal.

The Sun Devils have brought in four transfers themselves this offseason, as they look to move forward after the loss of many key players from last season’s NCAA Tournament team, like Cambridge. 

ASU F Duke Brennan transferring to GCU

ASU Roster Tracker (Main Pieces from End of Last Season)

Players lost to the portal (6): F Devan Cambridge (Oregon), F Duke Brennan (GCU), G Malcolm Flaggs (GCU), G DJ Horne (NC State), F/C Enoch Boakye (Fresno State), G Austin Nunez (undecided)

Players lost to eligibility (2): G Desmond Cambridge Jr., G Luther Muhammad

Player gained from the portal (4): F Zane Meeks (USF), G Adam Miller (LSU), F Kamari Lands (Louisville), G Malachi Davis (Tallahassee CC)

Players with names in NBA Draft (option to return) (2): G Frankie Collins, F/C Warren Washington

Unannounced players (1): F Alonzo Gaffney

Returning players (1): G/F Jamiya Neal (removed name from portal)

San Francisco F Zane Meeks commits to ASU

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Brendan Mau is a college sports insider and general assignment reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on twitter via @Brendan_Mau

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