Former Purdue starter Ethan Morton announces transfer to Colorado State for his final college basketball season after entering the NCAA transfer portal following Purdue's national championship run.

By the Numbers
  • Morton averaged 10 minutes per game last season for Purdue.
  • In his four seasons at Purdue, Morton averaged 2.0 points, 1.6 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game.
Yes, But

Morton took on a reduced role in his senior year despite being a starter in the previous season.

State of Play
  • Purdue's coach, Matt Painter, acknowledged the sacrifices made by Morton and other players in the team's successful season.
  • Morton will have one year of eligibility to play for Colorado State, which went 25-11 and reached the NCAA Tournament in the previous season.
What's Next

Morton is set to bring his experience and skills to Colorado State, enhancing the team's roster for the upcoming college basketball season.

Bottom Line

Former Purdue player Ethan Morton's transfer to Colorado State offers both parties a fresh start for the upcoming college basketball season, with Morton poised to make a valuable contribution to his new team.