According to Darren Wolfson of KSTP in Minneapolis, Mark Few and company have reached out to North Dakota senior transfer Geno Crandall.
That name should be familiar because when UND came to the Kennel in 2017, the guard scored 28 points to almost upset the Bulldogs.
Gonzaga would love some veteran experience in the backcourt behind Josh Perkins who has a freshman in Joel Ayayi waiting in the wings.
Crandall has started all three years at North Dakota and averaged 14.3 PPG with 2 steals per contest. He also shot better than 50 percent from the field each of his last two years.
The Zags have a couple of scholarships to work with so we're all eager to see what happens on this front.