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Its been just three days since Quinnipiac’s Kevin Marfo announced his intention to transfer, but the soon-to-be graduate, has heard from many of the major programs and a number of the top head coaches in the nation.

One year after landing the top transfer prospect in the country (Kerry Blackshear), Florida head coach Mike White is once again in contact with what would be another major addition to his team’s frontcourt.

Marfo has played the last two seasons at Quinnipiac after transferring after his freshman year at George Washington. In 2019-20, the 6’8, 245 lb forward, averaged 10.2 points and a nation’s best 13.3 rebounds per game.

The development, however, is what has coaches foaming at the mouth. Marfo averaged just 5.4 points and 4.9 rebounds in 2018-19 before breaking out this season.

Marfo told 247Sports, “I want to test myself against the best in college basketball.”

Time will tell if White will be able to land a massive prospect for the second straight year.

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