Kanye Clary, a rising sophomore point guard, has announced his plans for the 2023-24 season after the Nittany Lions made a coaching change.

Clary shared on social media that “Year 2” is on the way.

Clary, who is listed at 5-foot-11 from Virginia Beach, Virginia and appeared in 32 games off the bench. He averaged 3.7 points per game which was sixth on a veteran tea,.

Clary scored a career-high 17 points on the road against Maryland and posted 11 points in the Big Ten Tournament against Northwestern.

Coming out of high school, Clary was an ESPN 4-star recruit who ranked as the No. 36 point guard in the country.

The Penn State roster is beginning to come into focus after the addition of VCU players Adrian Baldwin Jr and Nick Kern Jr. Clary is the first of 5 freshmen to reveal that they plan to play for new coach Mike Rhoades.