Bryan Antoine

Ex-N.J. prep star Bryan Antoine transfers to Radford from Villanova

Bryan Antoine will begin the next phase of his college career at a surprising destination. The 6-foot-5 former McDonald’s All-American from the Ranney School is transferring to Radford after three injury-plagued seasons at Villanova, his longtime mentor Brian Klatsky told NJ Advance Media. “Three coaches recruited him heavy starting...
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Bryan Antoine commits to Radford

UPDATE: Radford has confirmed the transfer. CBS college basketball analyst, Jon Rothstein, shared the news that sources close to him are saying that Villanova transfer Bryan Antoine has committed to play at Radford. Antoine, who has suffered injuries to his shoulder and knee during his time on the Main Line...

Former Five-Star Prospect and McDonald’s All-American Bryan Antoine Chooses Radford

RADFORD, Va. – Former five-star prospect and 2019 McDonald's All-American Bryan Antoine has transferred from Villanova and signed with the Radford men's basketball program, head coach Darris Nichols announced Wednesday afternoon. "Bryan comes from a great family, and great program," said Nichols. "Bryan has played at the highest level...
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In the region: Radford adds Villanova transfer Bryan Antoine

The Radford men’s basketball program announced the signing of former Villanova guard Bryan Antoine on Thursday. Antoine earned McDonald’s All-America honors as a senior at Ranney High School in New Jersey in 2019. He was ranked the No. 15 high school senior in the nation that year by ESPN. He becomes the first Highlander who ever played in the McDonald’s All-America Game.


The often-injured Antoin played in 46 games across in three seasons as a Wildcat. In 20 games last season he had 29 points, 23 rebounds, and 9 assists. The 6-5 New Jersey native came out of the Ranney School as a 5-star prospect and McDonald’s All-American in the Class of 2019.

Villanova five-star Bryan Antoine enters college basketball transfer portal

Villanova junior Bryan Antoine, a former 247Sports Composite five-star recruit, entered the transfer portal, adding another unexpected name to college basketball's list of available players after the season. Antoine played three seasons under former coach Jay Wright with the Wildcats after signing in 2019 as the nation's 17th-best prospect overall and No. 3 player out of Eatontown (N.J.) Ranney School, according to the 247Sports Composite.
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Villanova’s Bryan Antoine enters NCAA basketball transfer portal

The first defection of the post-Jay Wright era has hit Villanova. Guard Bryan Antoine has entered the transfer portal, a source confirmed on Friday. The news was first reported on Twitter by Players have until May 1 to enter the transfer portal for this academic year. The news of...

Villanova’s Bryan Antoine enters the Transfer Portal

Villanova guard Bryan Antoine has submitted his name to the Transfer Portal according to Jeff Goodman at Stadium. Antoine, who has suffered injuries to his shoulder and knee during his time on the Main Line has played in 46 games across his first three seasons as a Wildcat. He saw...

Ex-Ranney star Bryan Antoine, the Shore's all-time leading scorer, leaving Villanova

Bryan Antoine, who led the Ranney School to the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title in 2019, is leaving Villanova, entering the NCAA transfer portal. A McDonald's All-American who became the Shore Conference's all-time leading scorer with 2,514 points, Antoine had three injury-plagued season at Villanova, playing 42 games for the Wildcats. The move comes after Villanova...