LeDee To Transfer
Just two or three days after a season completing mishap to Houston in the Round of 32, four-star forward Jaedon LeDee has entered his name into the NCAA trade window and will play the remainder of his school ball elsewhere. The Athletic's Bill Landis was the first to report the move.
"Jaedon is a fabulous youthful individual," Holtmann said in a declaration. "We welcome the dedication he made to our program and wish him the best."
He at first came to Columbus as a four-star player from The Kinkaid School in Houston and was the underlying player in the 2018 class.
Ohio State Career
LeDee played sparingly for Ohio State in his singular year with the program. He saw just three minutes a match generally speaking, anyway he saw the floor in 26 of the Buckeyes' challenges. In any case, he saw enormous playing time (more imperative than 15 minutes) just on numerous occasions all year, and didn't play in any of Ohio State's four last competitions.
The most we saw of LeDee this year was against Purdue, when he filled in for a suspended Kaleb Wesson. He played a season high 22 minutes, recorded 16 points on 4/9 shooting (8/11 from the free hurl line) and included three boards in a losing effort.
What Now for the Buckeyes
With this departure, Ohio State by and by has two open positions to work with this offseason.
The Buckeyes were foreseeing adding another huge man to its 2019 selecting class by offering 7-foot Ibrahima Diallo of Prolific Prep (CA), will presently have another open spot.
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