It is a shame that the young man ran into these problems since he had such a promising future. After 66 career collegiate games with Ohio State with an appealing stat line it is safe to say the young man's future is in big jeopardy. Averaging about eleven points per game with four and a half assists and a solid four rebounds a game Ohio State will certainly be missing this young man on the court. After this year's loss to Rutgers in the Big10 tournament a source hold said he would definitely be back next year.
Lyle was the last of Ohio State's 2015 recruiting class have quit the team. The center, shooting guard, and forward all moved away from the university at the end of the 2015 season. Austin Grandstaff transferred to a different school in the middle of the season. This is not the only problems that plague Ohio State as a whole. This offseason they have already lost two players with Lyle being the third now. Which brings to the forefront of everyone's minds who will they put on the court this year with so many of their veterans flying the coop.
Keita Bates-Diop & JaQuan Lyle Ohio State Highlights 12.19.15 At. Kentucky - 25 Pts, Upset Alert!