Hunter Dickinson may have played his final game in a Kansas uniform.

The No. 4-seeded Jayhawks were thrashed by Gonzaga in the second half of Saturday’s NCAA Tournament action in Salt Lake City, losing 89-68 in a disappointing ending to what had been projected to be a promising campaign in Lawrence.

It was the program’s third second-round tournament exit in the past four years.

Dickinson, a Second Team All-American who transferred in from Michigan last May, posted averages of 18 points and 11.1 rebounds on 55.3% shooting in his lone campaign with the Jayhawks.

“I had high expectations coming in of what it was going to be like,” Dickinson told reporters of his Kansas experience following Saturday’s loss. “It was better than expected.

“To be able to play for Coach Self, to play with these guys, to play in Allen Fieldhouse, it’s something you can dream of growing up playing basketball. To be able to play on this stage for this program, it didn’t go the way we wanted it to, but I had a lot of fun this year and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.”

The talented center averaged 17 points, 12.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists in two tournament games at the Delta Center, but he proved incapable of effectively defending Gonzaga’s pick-and-roll action on Saturday, where the Bulldogs consistently hunted him to find great offensive success.

While Dickinson can still exercise his COVID year of eligibility to return for a fifth collegiate season, he hasn’t made any sort of decision yet, having stated during the season that it would be a while before he made up his mind on the matter.

“I definitely won’t have a decision before the end of the year because a lot can change from now until the end,” Dickinson said following the team’s senior night earlier this month.