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Texas A&M graduate transfer Admon Gilder to visit Gonzaga

He sat out all of last season with a blood clot.

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Texas A&M graduate transfer Admon Gilder will be on campus this weekend as he looks at the Gonzaga Bulldogs program, Jeff Goodman reported last night.

Gilder missed all of last season because of a blood clot in his arm. His junior season (2017-18), he averaged 12.3 points as the starting two-guard for the Aggies, who made it to the Sweet 16 that season.

Gonzaga is searching for some backcourt assistance. Both Josh Perkins and Geno Crandall graduated, and there are growing indications (based off of a combine invite) that Zach Norvell Jr. might stay in the 2019 NBA Draft. That would leave the Zags with three unproven options: incoming freshman Brock Ravet, true sophomore Greg Foster, and redshirt sophomore Joel Ayayi.

Gilder won’t be the only visiting transfer, as South Dakota State guard David Jenkins Jr. will also be in Gonzaga this weekend. Jenkins would sit for one year and have two years of remaining eligibility.