Last month Jeff Borzello of ESPN announced that Santa Clara graduate transfer Ke’Jhan “KJ” Feagin had announced his final four schools: Cincinnati, Northwestern, Oregon, and San Diego State. Today CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported that Feagin will visit The Mesa on February 21st. Since then Feagin has confirmed via social media that he will be in attendance for the big-time tilt on February 20th against Nevada.
Feagin is from Long Beach, California, where he played at Long Beach Poly. From Long Beach he went to Santa Clara where he was a double-digit scorer over three years. This year he played in two games before injuring his thumb and missing the season. He will finish up the year at Santa Clara and will transfer at the end of the year, which allows him to not have to sit out a year.
As of right now the Aztecs will get the first shot at Feagin and look to keep him close to home. Out of his four finalists, San Diego State is the only school in his home state of California and they can offer him some serious playing time as the starting backcourt will be graduating at year’s end. Getting Feagin to take his San Diego State visit first is huge because it allows the coaching staff the opportunity to try to lock down a commitment before anyone else.