Kameron Chatman, a former top 25 recruit in the Class of 2014, is set to transfer to Detroit Mercy, according to reports on Wednesday morning. The former Michigan Wolverines prized recruit made the decision to transfer down the road to play for Bacari Alexander, who was a former assistant of John Beilein in Ann Arbor.
When Chatman joins Detroit Mercy, he will have two years of eligibility remaining.
During his brief time at Michigan, Chatman averaged just 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game.
While Chatman did not consistently stuff his stat sheet, he was able to play a key part for the Wolverines during the 2016 Big Ten Tournament. It was Chatman who nailed the buzzer beating three to top Indiana in the tournament which punched Michigan’s ticket for the Big Dance.
Best of luck to Chatman as he begins the next step of his career.
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