Plavich Finds New Home

Sources have told that former Vanderbilt point guard Brendan Plavich has selected a new home. Plavich, a sophomore, considered Charlotte, Iowa and Notre Dame before making a decision on Monday.

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Brandan Plavich, a 6-2 sophomore guard at Vanderbilt, is transferring and will enroll next season at Charlotte.

"The coaches very great," Plavich said. "They were real personable and they are a winning program. They play a lot more my style of play."

The Dalton, Ga., native will sign with his third school of his college career. He originally signed a letter of intent to play at Georgia Tech but was released when Bobby Cremins stepped down as coach. He then signed with Vanderbilt and played two seasons for the Commodores.

Last season, Plavich averaged 29.4 minutes a game, 10 points and 3.2 assists. He made 43% of his field goals. At Charlotte, he'll play kind of a combo guard role.

Reportedly, Plavich looked into the situations at Tulane and Notre Dame. "Charlotte was the first school that contacted me once I got my release."

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