https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sp...sketball-tari-eason-transfers-lsu/7298528002/ Former Cincinnati Bearcats All-AAC freshman forward Tari Eason transfers to LSU Keith Jenkins Cincinnati Enquirer Freshman forward Tari Eason, the most notable of the six Cincinnati players who entered the transfer poral at the end of last season, announced he is transferring to Louisiana State University. The 6-foot-8 Eason, a former four-star recruit out of Seattle, earned a spot on the American Athletic Conference All-Freshman team last season after averaging 7.3 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.2 steals for the Bearcats. His 1.3 blocks per game ranked fourth in the AAC. https://stockrisers.com/s/329/the-portal-an-update-on-tari-easons-transfer-recruitment The Portal: An update on Tari Eason's transfer recruitment By Jake Weingarten The Cincinnati men's basketball program is amidst change as six players entered the transfer portal this offseason. One of the biggest names to enter and leave the Bearcats? Tari Eason. Eason was rated as a four-star prospect in high school. The 6-foot-8 forward out of Garfield High School in Seattle, Washington was awarded for his great freshman year and was named to the AAC’s all-freshman team after posting season averages of 7.3 points, 5.9 rebounds, and more than one block and one steal per game. In high school, Eason was viewed as a Top-50 prospect by many and he held offers from Colorado, USC, Washington State, with interest from Texas, Florida, and a slew of other programs. Point is, Eason was legit in high school and his ceiling has the only rose since his arrival on the college scene. That ceiling is now being recognized. After entering the portal, Eason heard from a slew of programs including Washington, Arizona, UCLA, Washington State, Pittsburgh, and plenty of other programs. As far as where things currently stand, Eason said the following programs are still heavily involved in his transfer process: Marquette, Florida, LSU, Washington, Washington State, Pepperdine, Iowa State, and Arizona.