Former Georgia Bulldog Noah Baumann names transfer destination

Georgia Bulldogs basketball guard Noah Baumann is transferring to Grand Canyon Antelopes. Baumann entered the NCAA transfer portal shortly after Georgia’s 2021-2022 season. Grand Canyon will be the fourth school of Baumann’s NCAA basketball career.

Noah Baumann transferred to Georgia from USC ahead of the 2021 season. He has NCAA Tournament experience and is a good long-distance shooter.

Baumann, a senior guard, is one of numerous Georgia basketball players in the transfer portal. Baumann averaged 8.1 points, 3.5 rebounds and 22 minutes per game for Georgia in 2021-2022. The Dawgs struggled and finished last place in the SEC.

Baumann played in 31 games in 2020-2021 for USC, but he only played an average of 11 minutes per game. Baumann played with San Jose State from 2017-2019 before coming to USC.

During his final season with San Jose State, Baumann scored 10.8 points per game and shot an impressive 45.5% from 3-point territory. At 6-foot-6, Baumann has good size and will be a key addition for Grand Canyon, which finished 4th in the WAC last season.

Baumann signed with San Jose State as a two-star recruit from Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Arizona.

Jailyn Ingram, Jabri Abdur-Rahim, Kario Oquendo, and Braelen Bridges are Georgia’s remaining scholarship players from last season on the roster. Head coach Mike White and Georgia added Longwood guard Justin Hill via the transfer portal to give the Georgia Bulldogs some much needed experience and talent for the 2022 season.

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