Guard Alex Dragicevich decided to transfer from Notre Dame, citing concerns over playing time. According to the Tribune's Teddy Greenstein, Northwestern is a potential destination for him:
Dragicevich plans to huddle with his family next week and then formulate a list of possible destinations.
Northwestern appears to have interest. If that’s the case, Dragicevich will investigate.
Related: Notre Dame Basketball: Sophomore G Alex Dragicevich To Transfer
Dragicevich possesses good size for a shooting guard, and he was a solid three-point shooter for Notre Dame in 2011-12, which could make him a good fit for the Wildcats' offense.
He played in 34 games this past season, starting 10 of them, and averaged about 21 minutes per game.
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