A report from RDS in Quebec has stated that Boston University sophomore forward AJ Greer has decided to leave the Terriers to sign with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the QMJHL.
At this point, the report has not been confirmed by sources in Boston:
Hearing that Greer leaving BU is not finalized as of right now. Reports saying it's done may not be accurate.— Scott McLaughlin (@smclaughlin9) December 17, 2015
Greer is a 6-3 power forward that was selected in the second round of last summer's NHL Draft by the Colorado Avalanche based off a strong performance as a young freshman last year with the Terriers. He hasn't seen an uptick in production in his second season, however, with just 1-4-5 in 18 games.
It appears this is still a fluid situation, similar to this past November, when it was reported that Wisconsin's Luke Kunin was ready to sign with the OHL's Sarnia Sting, only to be talked out of it at the last minute. We will continue to have updates as the story develops.