Earlier this month, Indiana forward Damezi Anderson announced his intention to transfer from the program and continue his college basketball career elsewhere. A few weeks later, the former Hoosier has found a new home.
Anderson announced on Instagram this week that he will be transferring to Loyola-Chicago.
The 6-foot-7 forward struggled as the season progressed while in Bloomington last year, finishing the year missing his final 18 shots from the floor. He ended the season averaging 2.8 points and 2.2 rebounds per game for the Hoosiers.
Anderson is a former four-star recruit out of South Bend, Indiana. He was ranked as one of the top 125 players in the 2018 recruiting class and was the No. 3 player from his home state.
Loyola-Chicago has risen to prominence recently under head coach Porter Moser, including a memorable run in the 2018 NCAA Tournament when the Ramblers reached the Final Four. The program has posted a winning record each of the last four seasons and has made one NCAA Tournament appearance and one NIT appearance in that span.
Last year, the Ramblers finished with a 21-11 record.