Coleby eyeing mid-majors | 10th Year Seniors
Earlier this week, Kansas Jayhawks' Head Coach Bill Self said he felt senior forward Dwight Coleby, with one year of eligibility remaining, had played his last game as a Jayhawks player in March during their National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament run, and that Coleby would transfer out of Kansas in the coming days. Since then, Coleby has confirmed that he has made the decision to transfer to another school. However, he has not given any indication as to which school he'll be transferring to. Sources close to the situation said that Coleby has been eyeing several mid-major division one programs, including Stephen F. Austin, Louisiana Monroe, Western Kentucky and Arkansas-Little Rock. "The past two years here (Kansas) has been nothing but special," said Coleby about his time with the Jayhawks. "The memories shared cannot be taken away. Kansas will always be my home away from home and I will always be a Jayhawk." Coleby, a graduate transfer, will be immediately