Welcome to college basketball in 2021, where a team’s biggest loss can become its biggest gain in the same offseason.

After initially announcing his transfer to Texas A&M and entering his name in the 2021 NBA draft, Jordan Hall has decided to return to St. Joseph’s, CBS Sports reported, citing a source.

Hall announced his transfer to Texas A&M on May 4 after entering the transfer portal on April 28. He said in April that it was in his best interest to leave the Philadelphia area.

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Hall averaged 10.6 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 5.7 assists as a member of the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team. He also recorded the fourth triple-double in program history in a 91-82 win against La Salle.

With Hall’s return, St. Joe’s will be expected to improve its win totals from the last two seasons. The Hawks went 11-41 in that stretch.

A potential backcourt of Hall and incoming freshman Erik Reynolds sounds promising after St. Joe’s lost Ryan Daly. Reynolds is the Hawks’ highest-ranked signee since 2010. Frontcourt transfers Ejike Obinna and seven-footer Charles Coleman are also in the 2021 recruiting class.