Boise State Basketball

Boise State basketball loses junior to transfer, now has one open scholarship to fill

Boise State forward Casdon Jardine celebrates a second-half 3-pointer against Loyola-Chicago at Taco Bell Arena on Nov. 28, 2017.
Boise State forward Casdon Jardine celebrates a second-half 3-pointer against Loyola-Chicago at Taco Bell Arena on Nov. 28, 2017. kjones@idahostatesman.com

Boise State men’s basketball forward Casdon Jardine announced Thursday afternoon that he intends to leave the Broncos and continue his college career elsewhere.

A Twin Falls native, Jardine transferred from the College of Southern Idaho last season, playing in 18 games as a true sophomore. He scored 28 points and had 22 rebounds in 78 minutes played.

Jardine’s departure leaves the Broncos with one open scholarship. They played last season with 12 of their 13 scholarships filled. They lost three players to graduation (Chandler Hutchison, Christian Sengfelder, Lexus Williams) and have four incoming scholarship players signed (Mikey Frazier, Jaycson Bereal, Riley Abercrombie, Patrick Dembley).

Here’s how the Broncos’ scholarship distribution for 2018-19 breaks down:

Seniors: F/C David Wacker, F/C Zach Haney, C Robin Jorch

Juniors: G Malek Harwell, G Justinian Jessup, G Marcus Dickinson, G Alex Hobbs, G Patrick Dembley (signee)

Sophomores: G Cam Christon

Freshmen: F/C Mikey Frazier, F Jaycson Bereal, G Riley Abercrombie

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