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WATCH: Incoming Tennessee Transfer Darlinstone Dubar Arrives In Knoxville

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Tennessee basketball signee Darlinstone Dubar. Photo via Hofstra Athletics.

Incoming basketball transfer Darlinstone Dubar arrived on Tennessee’s campus over the weekend, the Vols announced with a video.

Dubar was Tennessee basketball’s first transfer commit this spring. The 6-foot-6 Hofstra wing visited Tennessee in mid April before committing to Rick Barnes and his staff the ensuing week on April 15.

The wing transfer started his career at Iowa State before transferring to Hofstra where he played his next three seasons. Last season, Dubar averaged 17.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game last season at Hofstra. Dubar scored nearly 18 points per game on just 12.5 shots while making 73 three-pointers over the course of the season— a mark that would have ranked second on the Vols’ roster behind only Dalton Knecht last season.

The versatile wing turned in a number of strong performances against top competition, totaling 24 points (seven-of-11 three-point shooting) and eight rebounds in a loss at Duke, 23 points (10-of-17 from the field) and five rebounds against St. John’s and 17 points and four rebounds against UNLV.

Shooting 53% from the field and 40% from three-point range, Dubar was the fourth most efficient offensive player in the country last season according to Synergy. Incoming Tennessee shooting guard Chaz Lanier was the most efficient offensive player in the country last season according to Synergy.

Dubar is one of four incoming Tennessee transfers along with Lanier, Charlotte forward Igor Milicic and Ohio State center Felix Okpara. With Dubar now on campus, all four of the Vols’ incoming transfers have now arrived in Knoxville.

Tennessee’s video shows Dubar arriving on campus, sharing his “DStone” nickname and more as he gets situated. Check it out here.

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