"It was the overall atmosphere," Evans told Scout.com. "It was a good feeling and they have a good recruiting class. It's like a family; it felt right."
The Storm presented Evans with a chance to leave but in a sense, remain in an atmosphere similar to Philly. "It's kind of far but not too far and I can sill get back when I need to. It's kind of a like a home away from home."
Evans averaged 22 points a game last season.
To land Kennedy, the Red Storm outlasted a late charge from Georgia and a host of regional programs. He'll be a welcome addition as a strong minded wing player who has a dose of athleticism and the ability to play multiple positions.