Former Alabama forward Jusaun Holt transferring to Kennesaw State

Former Alabama forward Jusaun Holt announced that he was transferring to Kennesaw State on Monday afternoon. Holt spent last season playing for Mike White and the Georgia Bulldogs.

Holt began his college career in Tuscaloosa as a part of Alabama’s 2021 recruiting class. Holt was regarded as a four-star prospect out of St. Francis Day School in Roswell, Georgia.

In one season with the Crimson Tide, Holt averaged 0.7 points per game while averaging 7.0 minutes per game. After the 2021-2022 season ended, Holt entered the transfer portal and chose to transfer to Georgia.

As a sophomore, Holt averaged 3.2 points per game and 3.3 rebounds per game. Although his numbers were slightly improved during his time in Athens, he still struggled to be an efficient shooter.

After the 2022-2023 season concluded, Holt re-entered the transfer portal. Now, he will be heading to Kennesaw State where he will play for former Alabama assistant coach Antoine Pettway. Pettway recruited Holt out of high school, so it is fitting that the two reunite at the college level.

Needless to say, it will be interesting to see what type of role Holt carves out on the Owls’ roster next season. Pettway has already landed some notable transfers through the transfer portal. On Monday, he landed a former four-star in Jusaun Holt.

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Former Alabama forward Jusaun Holt transferring to Kennesaw State

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