Drummond seemed to have loads of potential, but never fully realized it during his time at Villanova. Early last season he looked great with a few near double-doubles including a monster 9 point, 17 rebound game vs. NC State. However, after the injury last season and so far this season he's been nothing more than a big body down low to give up fouls. Drummond's transfer hurts Villanova's depth, but it shouldn't have a major impact on the team's success. Dante Cunningham has been a beast and Antonio Pena is developing nicely. Nova learned how to play and win without the big man last season, and they have been doing it so far this season as well.
Another thing to consider is the impact this will have on the coaching staff's plan to redshirt Maurice Sutton. With Cunningham, Pena, and little-used Frank Tchuisi the only true power forward/centers left on the team, they might be forced to play the 6'11 Sutton this year. If Drummond desires significantly more playing time, I don't see him joining an elite team. Most likely a mid-major or a major conference team with a depleted front line. It's disappointing to see him go because I really thought he could have developed into a rebound-machine and a force on the offensive and defensive post. Nevertheless, I wish him good luck wherever he winds up.