Any ACC school that missed on Seth Curry will get a second chance at the highest-scoring freshman in the country. Curry announced Tuesday that he's transferring from Liberty in an attempt to find better competition.
Curry, the younger brother of Davidson's Stephen Curry, led the Flames — and was second in the Big South — with a 20.2 scoring average as a freshman.
Curry said in a statement released by the school that the decision "is based on my desire to develop as an athlete to the fullest of my potential and take advantage of new opportunities that may be available to me in a higher rated conference."
Curry would be nice pickup for the next Virginia coach (he scored 26 in Liberty's win at Virginia earlier this season) or his father's alma mater, Virginia Tech. N.C. State has two available scholarships.
Under NCAA transfer rules, he would have to sit out the 2009-10 season but would have three seasons of eligibility.