Michigan Basketball could be set to lose another piece this off-season.
Forward Kameron Chatman, who would be a junior this upcoming season, is reportedly set to transfer away from Ann Arbor barring a change at the last minute, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.
Barring a last-minute change of heart, source told ESPN that Michigan sophomore Kameron Chatman will transfer.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) May 3, 2016
If Chatman decides to transfer, it will be the fourth Michigan player to depart for greener pastures this off-season. Aubrey Dawkins, Ricky Doyle and Spike Albrecht. The Wolverines also must replace a pair of assistant coaches after LaVall Jordan and Bacari Alexander left for head coaching jobs at Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the University of Detroit Mercy, respectively.
Chatman is a former four-star recruit in the class of 2014 and would be the fourth member of that recruiting cycle not not finish his career on the roster, joining Dawkins, Doyle and Austin Hatch, who took a medical redshirt at the end of last season.