Jalen Coleman-Lands has decided to transfer from the University of Illinois.
Lands is coming off of a sophomore season that saw him average 8.0 points and 2.3 rebounds per contest for Illinois. Coleman-Lands, known for his sharpshooting, knocked down 42% of shots from behind the three-point arc.
Coleman-Lands will have two years of playing eligibility remaining after sitting out next season as a transfer per NCAA rules.
Coleman-Lands played his high school basketball at The La Lumiere School (IN).
Coleman-Lands is the second player to announce an intention to transfer since Brad Underwood took the reigns of the program. D.J. Williams has also left the program.
Illinois currently has four open scholarships for 2017-18.
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