After announcing his transfer from Georgia last month, former Bulldogs basketball player Osahen Iduwe will continue his career at Arkansas-Fort Smith.
The Nigeria native played in 18 games last season, while averaging 2.7 minutes and 0.5 points per game. He also competed in 11 contests as a freshman.
“Osahen and I talked late last week, and he has decided to transfer,” coach Mark Fox said in a statement last month. “We want Osahen to find the greatest fit for him both academically and as a player. I understand and support his decision and wish him nothing but the best. He has been a terrific teammate and will be missed.”
The 6-foot-10, 245-pound center received a scholarship from Georgia two years ago out of St. Johns NW Military Academy. He will have two years of eligibility remaining.
“Osahen has all the potential to be a force on the defensive end and a key anchor to our defensive scheme,” UAFS coach Josh Newman said in a press release. “For a young man his size – 6-foot-10, 245 pounds – he’s extremely quick and explosive.”