Former BYU basketball guard Jordan Chatman has reportedly found where he will continue his college basketball career.
Chatman's father, Jeff Chatman, shared via Instagram Tuesday that his son will attend Boston College. ESPN's Jeff Goodman also reported the same information. No official announcement has come from Boston College.
On June 9, Cougar basketball coach Dave Rose announced that Jordan Chatman would leave the program as a graduate transfer, the same day his father announced his son had been accepted into BYU's law school.
Chatman graduated in April with a degree in Asian Studies after two years at the school. In order to help replenish the depth at guard with the departure of Chatman, Rose and the Cougars reportedly got a commitment from transfer L.J. Rose, who played three years at Houston and will be immediately eligible next season.
According to his father, who also played basketball at BYU, Chatman received interest as a grad transfer from 11 schools. In addition to Boston College, they included in-state schools Utah State, Utah Valley University and Weber State, as well as Chaminade, Davidson, Georgia Tech, Portland State, Minnesota, George Washington and Idaho State.
Chatman, a Vancouver, Washington, native, will have three years of eligibility remaining. He averaged 2.6 points, 1.0 rebounds and 0.8 assists while playing 10.0 minutes in 36 games last year for BYU as a freshman. Prior to joining the Cougars, he served a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Taipei.
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