Alex Dragicevich Transfer Update: Former Notre Dame Guard Reportedly Headed To BC

After two quiet years at Notre Dame, Chicago native Alex Dragicevich decided that it was time to move elsewhere to continue his basketball career. Over the past six weeks, there have been plenty of rumors about where Dragicevich would end up, but according to Jeff Goodman of CBSSports, he has finally made his decision:

@goodmancbs: Notre Dame's Alex Dragicevich is transferring to Boston College, source told CBSSports. He's a 6-foot-7 wing who started 10 games last year.

Dragicevich came to Notre Dame as a highly-touted recruit, selecting the Fighting Irish over offers from schools like Xavier, Colorado and Oklahoma St. Despite starting 10 games as a sophomore, Dragicevich wasn't able to take advantage of expanded playing time, as he averaged only 6.6 ppg.

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