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Former Tennessee Power Forward Re-Enters Transfer Portal

Brandon Huntley-Hatfield
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Former Tennessee power forward Brandon Huntley-Hatfield is back in the transfer portal two seasons after leaving the Volunteer program, On3’s Joe Tipton first reported on Wednesday afternoon.

Huntley-Hatfield spent two seasons at Louisville, averaging 12.9 points and 8.4 rebounds per game as a junior for the Cardinals last season. Louisville was horrific in the two seasons Huntley-Hatfield spent in the program with head coach Kenny Payne.

In Payne’s two seasons as head coach, the Cardinals posted a 12-52 record and a 5-35 record in ACC play. The Clarksville, Tennessee native ranked second on Louisville in scoring last season and led the team in rebounding.

Louisville fired Payne at the end of the season and Huntley-Hatfield entered the transfer portal after the Cardinals hired College of Charleston coach Pat Kelsey.

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A former five-star recruit, Huntley-Hatfield signed with Tennessee out of high school and played one season in Knoxville. Huntley-Hatfield played 12.5 minutes per game in his freshman season in Knoxville, averaging 3.9 points and three rebounds per game.

The 6-foot-10, 240-pound power forward had a relatively small role early in the season and then played a bigger role in the final six weeks of the season after then-junior power forward Olivier Nkamhoua suffered a season-ending ankle injury.

Huntley-Hatfield has one-year of eligibility remaining after playing one season at Tennessee and two seasons at Louisville.

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