Stud Harvard Grad Transfer Seth Towns Considering Tons of Top Teams for 2020-21 College Basketball Season

Seth Towns has been incredible for Harvard the past two seasons, and now other NCAA schools are vying for his attention.
Seth Towns has been incredible for Harvard the past two seasons, and now other NCAA schools are vying for his attention. | Corey Perrine/Getty Images

Seth Towns was extremely successful for Harvard for two seasons, putting up averages of 14 points and five rebounds a game for the Crimson. Now, it seems that his talent has gotten the attention of some of the top college basketball schools across the nation, even though he's missed the past two full campaigns.

Colleges such as Kansas and Michigan, among others, are looking to acquire the services of the 6-7 forward who is looking to leave Harvard, as he still has college eligibility.

The attention is huge for Towns. Harvard is an Ivy League success story, but these programs are on an entirely different level, and if he plays well at another top school, it could mean a lot in terms of a future in professional basketball.

However, Towns has not played since the 2017-2018 season due to injuries, so there is plenty of uncertainty as to how good he will be for any team looking to obtain his services. While the 2018 Ivy League player of the year is immensely talented and a modern basketball developmental success story, he does not come without his risks.

Congratulations to Towns on all the attention he is receiving. Let's hope that he is healthy enough to play big minutes for a top team.