Ethan Henderson has made the decision to move on from the Arkansas basketball program.

The rising senior appeared in 50 games for the Razorbacks during his college career, with six starts — all of which came during the 2019/2020 season.

This season, Henderson appeared in 18 games and averaged 1.2 points and 1.3 rebounds for the Razorbacks.

He announced his decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal with the following statement on Instagram:

“Being a Razorback for the past 3 years has been an unbelievable opportunity. Being able to play for my home state is an experience I will always remember. I want to express how grateful I am to Coach Anderson for recruiting me and to Coach Musselman for letting me further my time as a Razorback, and all my past coaches that got me to this point. Thank you to the fans that packed Bud Walton Arena every game and made the environment amazing for us. Lastly I want to thank my teammates. Thank you for pushing me everyday to be a better player. What we accomplished this season won’t be forgotten. I am excited to further my college basketball career. I am entering my name into the transfer portal and looking forward to where God takes me next.”

Henderson came to Fayetteville from Parkview Magnet High School in Little Rock. He was rated as a consensus four-star prospect coming out of high school.