An accurate forward-firing team joins the University of Hawaii basketball team.
Casdon Jardine, a 6-foot-7 stretch four, will sign a scholarship contract and enroll as a graduate transfer at UH.
Jardine played at Utah Valley University last season, averaging 10.1 points per game on a team-best 39% shooting from behind the 3-point arc. He also picked up 4.8 rebounds.
Jardine gives the Rainbow Warriors a player flexible enough to create space with his outdoor shots while also spinning in the low pole.
Jardine takes the detour to Hawaii. After a standout career at Twins Falls (Idaho) High, Jardine fulfilled a two-year church mission in Brazil.
He then played a season with College of Southern Idaho before transferring to Boise State. After a season with the Broncos, he transferred to Utah Valley. Jardine redshirted during the 2018-2019 season in accordance with NCAA transfer rules.
He will be eligible for the Bows for one season.
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