Former Ohio State MBB forward makes a decision on his career at the next level
Kyle Young announced that he will not be going onto the next level after his career with Ohio State per Dan Hope of Eleven Warriors. He played in Columbus from 2017 to 2021.
Young averaged 8.2 points, 5 rebounds, and 1.2 assists this past season at Ohio State. He also shot 50% from the floor, and made 78% of his free throw attempts. Young also had the 3rd-most points per game for the Buckeyes this past season.
Young announced the news from his Twitter account with a video on Thursday afternoon. Here’s what he said to the Ohio State fans:
“The game of basketball has brought me so much joy in my life, and I’m forever thankful for what it has for me,” said Young. “I’ve decided the time has come to hang ’em up and start something new. Excited for a new chapter in my life.
The game of basketball has brought so much joy in my life and I’m forever thankful for what it has done for me.
I’ve decided the time has come to hang ‘em up and start something new. Excited for a new chapter in my life❤️ pic.twitter.com/A2bFbpl8k8
— Kyle Young (@kyle_young25) May 12, 2022