Kolbe Caldwell didn’t have much chance to make an impact for Utah during his first season with the program, and now it turns out that will be his only year as a Ute. The sophomore guard announced Saturday night he had opted to transfer.
Dear Utah… pic.twitter.com/d2uqxWVoUg
— KOBE (@nolimitkob0) April 28, 2018
The 6-foot-5 Caldwell averaged 2.3 points and 11.3 minutes per game in 27 appearances, including four starts, after coming to Utah from Lewis & Clark College in Illinois. His best performance came Dec. 31 at Oregon State when he scored 9 points with 2 rebounds and 2 assists in 24 minutes.
Caldwell is the second lightly used Utah player to transfer this offseason, along with redshirt freshman forward Chris Seeley, in addition to four graduating senior. The Utes have added graduate transfer center Novak Topalovic from Idaho along with a 5-man recruiting class that ranks eighth in the Pac-12.