Kentucky forward Keion Brooks Jr., who started all 33 games for the Wildcats last season, entered the transfer portal on Friday night.
A former top-40 recruit, Brooks had an inconsistent freshman season at Kentucky before proving himself as one of the few bright spots during the Wildcats' dismal 2020-21 campaign.
His best game came in Kentucky's late-January win at Kansas, when he finished with 27 points and eight rebounds.
Brooks is the third Kentucky player to enter the portal this offseason, following Dontaie Allen and Bryce Hopkins. Allen committed to Western Kentucky, while Hopkins picked Providence.
The Wildcats also lost Kellan Grady and Davion Mintz to graduation and TyTy Washington to the NBA draft, while Shaedon Sharpe and Jacob Toppin are testing the draft waters.
John Calipari does return Wooden Award winner Oscar Tshiebwe and starting point guard Sahvir Wheeler, and is bringing in five-star recruits Chris Livingston and Cason Wallace.
May 1 is the deadline for players to enter the portal and still be eligible to play immediately next season.