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Georgetown player says he’s transferring to Kansas State

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Friday, May 10, 2013, at 5:49 p.m.

Kansas State has added a transfer to the mix, bringing in 6-foot-10 Georgetown center Brandon Bolden, who spent one season with the Hoyas, appeared in four games and went 0 for 1 from the field.

Bolden, a Sumter, S.C., native, committed to Georgetown in the fall of his junior year of high school and spent his senior season at Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Bolden announced the decision on his Instagram account — “21BoldSalute” — on Friday afternoon:

“I want to thank #HoyaNation for all it’s support over the last few years! I’ve learned a lot this year and truly built life long bonds with each of my teammates! love all of yall its #B4L ! But now I will start another chapter in my life at Kansas State University. #WildcatNation whaddup?”

Bolden also indicated on his Twitter account, @_BrannWale7, that he was headed to K-State: “I’m a Wilddddcat.”

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