Mundelein’s Enright announces transfer to DePaul

Drake guard Conor Enright confirmed via social media he has committed to DePaul as a transfer.

The former Mundelein High School star averaged 6.9 points, 3.2 assists and started 33 games during his sophomore year at Drake, helping lead the Bulldogs to the Missouri Valley Conference tournament title and an NCAA berth.

Enright told he chose DePaul and new coach Chris Holtman over following his coach at Drake, Darian DeVries, to West Virginia. Enright also mentioned a close relationship with Bryan Mullins, the former Southern Illinois head coach who joined Holtmann's staff as an assistant.

“Coach Holtmann sees me as a winner and a guy who came from a winning program, and a culture starter,” Enright told 247sports. “I may not be a leading scorer or anything, but being one of the main guys out there that's part of the face of the program. I play with 100 percent passion pretty much all of the time.”

DePaul has transformed its roster quickly in the transfer portal. Besides Enright, the Blue Demons have commitments from Coastal Carolina's Jacob Meyer, UIC's Isaiah Rivera, Mercer's David Thomas, Louisville's J.J. Traynor, SIU's Troy D'Amico, Missouri State's N.J. Benson and Indiana's C.J. Gunn. D'Amico attended high school at Notre Dame College Prep in Niles.

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