On Wednesday, Miami raised Tavian Percy announced that he will transfer to Weber State after two years at New Mexico State via Instagram.
During his time with the Lobos, Percy played in 23 games including six starts, averaging 1.7 points and 0.7 rebounds on 51.7 percent shooting.
“Weber State was one of the schools that were most consistent throughout my recruitment process,” Percy told 305Sports. “I made great relationships with the coaches there at Weber! And Weber was the best fit for me!”
The Lobos finished the season with a 19-14 (overall) and 7-11 (conference) record.
“Weber State is getting a kid that is going to work hard and take care of his business off the court, ” Percy states. “For on the court, they’re getting a natural leader that is going to lead by example and work towards winning a Big Sky Championship for the years I am there.”
The 6-5 guard also held offers from Tennessee Chatanooga, Radford, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), and Southern Illinois.
Percy played his freshman and sophomore campaigns at Miami Palmetto High School, before transferring to Pasadena (California). He averaged 12.7 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.3 steals, and 1.3 assists per contest as a sophomore.
The Weber State Wildcats finished the season with a 12-20 overall record.