Northwestern No Longer A Possibility For Kirk

Detroit native and Miami transfer Donnavan Kirk was on hand for Northwestern's game against Michigan State. However, Kirk confirmed today that Northwestern is no longer a possibility.

"No Northwestern anymore," Kirk said over the phone. Kirk declined to comment on the reasons.

The redshirt freshman forward (6'9, 230-lb) recently decided to transfer out of Miami, citing personal reasons. Kirk is now searching for a school closer to home in Detroit.

"I've had personal issues, and I probably feel it's best to be closer to home," Kirk said.

Kirk was in Evanston for Monday's game, and plans on visiting three other schools.

"Right now, I'm looking at Depaul, Oakland, and Central Michigan."

Kirk was among many prospects on hand at Welsh-Ryan Arena to see the Wildcats. Also on hand was five-star Jabari Parker, of Chicago Simeon High School, and De La Salle High School sophomores Alex Foster and Jaylon Tate.

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