Logan Ryan transferring from Colorado State

Logan Ryan will finish his career elsewhere. The sophomore forward announced on Twitter that he is transferring from Colorado State, becoming the fourth Ram to do so since the season ended.

“I am grateful for the past two years in Moby Arena, “ Ryan said. “Although I may not be finishing my career as a Ram, I will always have roots and friends in Fort Collins.”

Along with Ryan, Anthony Masinton-Bonner, Zo Tyson and Deion James have all decided to transfer this offseason.

After playing in 21 games as a true freshman in 2017-18, Ryan averaged eight minutes per game last season - primarily playing behind Nico Carvacho. In limited action, Ryan made 24-of-38 attempts from the field (63 percent). The 6-foot-9 forward never seemed to find a comfortable role on the floor, though - and on the defensive end, Ryan struggled throughout the season as he was generally much smaller than the person he was trying to stop in the paint.

With David Roddy and Dischon Thomas coming in as freshman for 2019-20, Ryan’s playing time was bound to decrease in his junior season. So, his decision to leave has been anticipated since the Mountain West Tournament.