Central Connecticut transfer Kyle Vinales passes on Toledo for now
Kyle Vinales tweeted that he was headed to Toledo, but that's no longer the case. The recruitment continues for the former CCSU guard.
On Sunday, Vinales tweeted that he'd be a Rocket, thumbing out, "Jus committed to the University of Toledo #gorockets," but all mentions of Vinales to Toledo were deleted from his Twitter account as of late Monday morning.
And then came this tweet early Monday afternoon.
After praying and talkin to the people closest to I've decided to wait a little longer to make my decision. I'm still open to recruiting.— kyle vinales (@kylevinales1) May 13, 2013
So Vinales, one of the best offensive options among all transfers this offseason, remains on the market.
Toledo was sidelined last postseason with a mandatory year away from playoff competition due to APR sanctions. The team hasn't been much of a factor in the MAC for years; it's been a lower-tier program in general for decades.
Vinales opted to transfer out of CCSU in part because the team wasn't as successful as he'd hoped. The transfer decision means he'll sit out next season before getting back on the floor for the 2014-15 campaign. The junior-to-be averaged 21.6 points, 3.8 assists and two rebounds last season with the Blue Devils from New Britain, Conn. He's a talented player and really was one of the biggest offensive threats at the low-major level.
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