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The Utah men's basketball team transfer total is up to six.
CBS Sports reported that Kenneth Ogbe, a rising senior guard from Munich, Germany, will transfer from the Utes the sixth scholarship transfer from the program since the beginning of the 2015-16 season.
Ogbe's Utes career was marred by injury, as the 6-foot-5 wing played only 22 games in the last two seasons. Larry Krystkowiak told the Tribune several times since the season ended in March that Ogbe was considering a medical retirement.
While Ogbe appeared on Utah's most recent updated roster, he'll join Brandon Miller (Dixie State), Chris Reyes (Pepperdine), Isaiah Wright (San Diego), Makol Mawien (New Mexico Junior College) and Brekkott Chapman (Weber State) as players who have transferred in the last year from the program. Walk-on Austin Montgomery also transferred this offseason to Dixie State.
Utah's six scholarship transfers lead the Pac-12 this offseason.
Ogbe averaged 5.2 points per game this season, but played in only five contests for the 27-9 Utes.
It is not yet known where Ogbe will transfer.