Andrew White, a 6'7" guard from Richmond, Virginia has been looking for his third school in his college basketball career, news came out today it will not be Michigan State.

White played two years for Kansas averaging less than seven minutes per game. He took the entire 2014-15 season off to transfer to Nebraska where he averaged over 16 points and almost 30 minutes a game.

White worked out for several NBA teams in lead up to the draft but opted to return to school and requested a full release by the program, it has been a little messy to say the least.

While losing a possible talent like White might sting, Michigan State boasts a lot of depth in the position he plays (wing guard) with Eron Harris and Matt McQuaid returning and impact freshman Miles Bridges and Josh Langford that can also slot into that position.