Alex Dragicevich Rumors: Talk of Boston College Commitment Untrue, According To Report

Alex Dragicevich, the ex-Notre Dame Fighting Irish shooting guard who is transferring to another school, told the Chicago Tribune's Brian Hamilton that rumors that he has committed to play for the Boston College Eagles are false.

That, of course, doesn't necessarily mean that Dragicevich won't end up at BC, but if he will, it's at least not official yet. Dragicevich has been quiet while looking for a new school, but he's reportedly been targeting schools (BC, Northwestern) that, like Notre Dame, are in the North and have high academic standards.

Dragicevich averaged 6.8 points per game for the Irish last season, and is a noted three-point shooter.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage of the Irish, head over to Notre Dame blog One Foot Down. And for more from around the world of college hoops, visit SB Nation's NCAA basketball news hub.

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