Posted by Jeff Borzello
For the first time in years, Colorado State was in the hunt for an at-large bid last season before fading down the stretch. With the way Tim Miles is pulling in players, the Rams could take the next step sooner rather than later.
Miles added Minnesota transfer Colton Iverson earlier this offseason, and made another move on Wednesday, picking up Daniel Bejarano from Arizona.
“Daniel will bring a great skill set to CSU basketball,” Miles said in a statement. “He is a tremendous shooter, he plays well without the ball and he competes well. I expect him to be a very productive player in the Mountain West and we are excited to have him joining us.”
Bejarano, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard, was a touted recruit out of high school but only played in eight games for the Wildcats last season.
He will sit out next season and have three years of eligibility remaining with the Rams.