A talented 6-foot-7 guard whose career has been hampered by injuries could finish his college days in the SEC.
Harvard graduate transfer Patrick Steeves is considering a move to Vanderbilt, George Washington, Richmond, San Francisco, and California, according to a report by ESPN’s Jeff Borzello.
Steeves missed the first three seasons he was eligible to play at Harvard after dealing with a multitude of injuries.
First, he suffered a stress fracture in his foot that robbed him of his freshman campaign. Then, shortly before the following season, Steeves tore his ACL, keeping him out of competition for another year. After recovering from the ACL injury, Steeves was forced to get another surgery on the same knee to repair a chipped tibial plateau bone.
After recovering from his third surgery, the Montreal native rebounded to serve as Harvard’s sixth man last season. Despite three years away from full competition, Steeves averaged 9.1 points on 44.9 percent shooting along with 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game. He also made 45.8 percent of his 3-point attempts in 22.7 minutes per game.
Due to his injuries, Steeves will have two years of eligibility remaining once he transfers.