Daniel Giddens, a 6-11 forward from Georgia, started his college basketball career at Ohio State during the 2015-16 season.
After that, he transferred to Alabama, where he sat out the 2016-17 campaign before playing for the Tide each of the past two seasons.
Now, though, Giddens is on the move again. Per a report from Alex Abrami of the Burlington Free Press, Giddens will play his final year of college basketball at Vermont:
Alabama junior forward Daniel Giddens confirms to me that he’s transferring to @UVMmbb. The 6-foot-11 Giddens saw action in 14 games this past season, missing last 4 games with a hand injury.
— Alex Abrami (@aabrami5) May 8, 2019
As a graduate transfer, Giddens is eligible to play right away. He’ll join a team that made the NCAA Tournament this year before falling to Florida State in the first round.
Giddens appeared in only 14 games this past season for the Tide, averaging 1.9 points and 1.9 rebounds in 8.2 minutes per night.