Former Tennessee point guard Darius Thompson, who visited Purdue last week, opted to transfer to Virginia after taking a visit there early this week.
Thompson, a 6-foot-5 sophomore-to-be, was the backup point guard on Tenessee's Sweet 16 NCAA tournament team this past season. He must sit out one year under NCAA transfer rules and retains three years of eligibility.
Purdue's final transfer option appears to be West Virginia transfer Eron Harris, who visited the Boilermakers early last week ahead of Thompson. Harris told The Indianapolis Star on Tuesday that he has not yet scheduled visits with Michigan and Michigan State, the other two teams he previously said were in his final three.
"We're still working on it," he said. "Nothing's really changed, but I'm in communication with the coaches. We just have to figure out a date that works."
Harris said he expected that visit to happen "in the next two weeks or month." College teams are currently in a no-visit dead period that runs through May 30.