Jumping on the Muss Bus: Arkansas lands commitment from Miami transfer guard Chris Lykes
Turns out the Muss Bus is one of the most popular places in the entire college basketball landscape.
That’s been shown once again as one of the top transfer players in all of college basketball has just come off the market as former Miami guard Chris Lykes has announced his commitment to Arkansas. After initially making the decision to turn pro, Lykes has made the decision to close out his college career in Fayetteville.
The former Miami guard has already signed with Arkansas.
Lykes averaged at least 15 points per game for the Hurricanes the last three seasons with 58 starts in 60 games during that time. Lykes only played two games last season as he suffered a season-ending injury after appearing in two games for Miami last season.
“Chris is a proven, dynamic guard who has excelled in the ACC,” Musselman said in a released statement. “He has the ability to score and get his teammates involved. We like how he attacks the paint and gets to the free throw line. He also has show great leadership. We are very excited to have Chris join our program and our fans will enjoy watching him play.”
Lykes joins former Pitt standout Au’ Diese Toney as incoming transfers to the program.
To get an idea of what Arkansas is getting in Lykes, check out some of his highlights below:
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