Purdue transfer Kendall Stephens has announced that he will close out his college basketball career at Nevada.
Stephens, a 6’6 shooting guard, knocked down 175 three-point baskets during his three years at Purdue. Stephens evolved into a three-point specialist at Purdue with 483 of his 630 shots coming from behind the arc.
Stephens will have to sit out the 2016-17 season per NCAA transfer rules ahead of playing out his final year of eligibility at Nevada in 2017-18.
Stephens starred at St. Charles East High School (IL) as a prep.
Former Indianapolis Park Tudor High School coach Kyle Cox agreed to plead guilty in federal charges that he engaged in inappropriate sexual activity with a minor.
Cox has agreed to not pursue a sentence of less than 10 years, and the prosecutors have agreed to not seek a sentence of more than 14 years. The actual length of the sentence will be determined by a judge.
According to the criminal complaint, Cox is accused of persuaded a teen to send him explicit messages, and had made plans for a sexual encounter when his family was going to be away.
Cox was arrested in January.
Cox coached Park Tudor to Indiana Class 2A state titles in 2014 and 2015.